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What is the TOEFL

What is the TOEFL?

The Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) evaluates the English proficiency of individuals whose native language is not English. Most people who take the TOEFL
test are planning to study at colleges and universities in the United States and Canada. TOEFL is also used by institutions in other countries where English is the language of instruction. In addition, many government agencies, scholarship programs, and licensing/certification agencies use TOEFL scores to evaluate English proficiency. TOEFL is administered under the direction of Educational Testing Service.

The test includes four sections. It takes between three and one-half and four hours to complete everything.


Section 1 - Listening
Section 2 - Structure
Section 3 - Reading
Section 4 - Writing

Each section of the test has a time limit. The test center supervisor will tell you when to start and stop each section. The number of test questions may vary from one test administration to another, but there will never be fewer than 140 questions.

 

For additional practice material, see Preparation Materials.  

Source: http://www.toefl.org

 

 

What is the TOEIC test?

The Test of English for International Communication (TOEIC
) is a multiple-choice test of English for adult, nonnative speakers of the language. It consists of two sections: Listening Comprehension and Reading.  Each section contains 100 questions.
The Listening Comprehension section of the test is administered by audiotape.

There are four parts to this section.

 

Part I: Picture                                20  questions

Part II: Question-Response            30  questions

Part III: Short Conversations          30  questions

Part IV: Short Talks                       20  questions

 

There are three parts to the Reading section of the test.

 

Part V: Incomplete Sentences       40  questions

Part VI: Error Recognition             20  questions

Part VII: Reading Comprehension 40  questions

 

How long does the TOEIC test last?
It will take over between two and three hours to take the test.

Completing the answer sheet             30 minutes

Listening Comprehension Section       45 minutes

Reading Section                1 hour and 15 minutes


How is the TOEIC test scored?
The TOEIC test is scored on a scale of 10 to 990. This is the total of the Listening Comprehension score and the Reading score.

Listening Comprehension                 5 to 495

Reading                                         5 to 495

 

For more information go to the official TOEIC website  OR GlobalEnglish.com.

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GREETINGS QUIZ
1. What are the common styles of greeting in Korea?
Bowing and kissing
Kissing and hugging
Bowing and shaking hands
Shaking hands and hugging

2. If you meet someone while touring in a foreign country, what is the best answer to the question: "Where are you from?" (Note: Assume your home is in Kyesan-dong, Inchon, Republic of Korea.)
I am from Kyesan-dong, Inchon, Korea.
I am from Korea.
I am from Inchon City in the Republic of Korea.
I am from Asia.

3. Which phrase is used to introduce someone to a friend?
Hope to see you again.
Pleased to meet you.
I am fine.
This is John.

4. When first meeting an American, what are some topics that are comfortable to talk about?
Hobbies, weather, and sports.
Weather, politics, and religion.
Hobbies, age, and family.
Weather, sports, and marital status.

5. What three countries are the most popular tourist destinations?
France, Italy, and the United States.
China, Spain, and the United Kingdom.
France, Spain, and the United States.
China, France, and the United States.

6. What are the correct titles?
Mr., Ms., Mris., Miss, Dr.
Mr., Mss., Miss., Dr.
Mr., Ms., Mris., Miss., Dr.
Mr., Ms., Mrs., Miss, Dr.

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