Cambridge Preparation for jinzihao.info - Ebook download as PDF File .pdf) or read book online. Cracking the TOEFL iBT by The Princeton Review - Excerpt. Description this book The Cambridge Preparation for the TOEFL Test, Fourth Edition, helps students master the language skills they need to. Cambridge Preparation to the TOEFL IBT Answer Keys. Tzoghik Petrosyan. Loading Preview. Sorry, preview is currently unavailable. You can download the .
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PDF | 4th ed. Na obálce nad názvem: Internet-Based Test Obsahuje rejstřík. 13 Results Browse, shop and download TOEFL teaching and learning resources from Cambridge English. FILE FORMAT. Audio (4); Online Presentation (1); PDF (8) Cambridge Preparation For The TOEFL Test 4 View Inside Online Book ( Cambridge Preparation for the TOEFL® Test 4th Edition). Online Presentation. Cambridge Preparation for the TOEFL iBT Test features of the edition include: An iBT-group demonstrative test, three complete practice tests, and little.
Now customize the name of a clipboard to store your clips. Not really. That depends largely on what you most need to work on! Could you please suggest me some good material for me for step wise preparation of each sections? The main difference is an additional practice test at the back of the 4th edition. I am weak in English Vocabulary and grammar. Kshitiz March 19, at 7:
That schedule is one month long and only requires the official guide. The Paper Test. Because the practices in that book are easier than the real test. For example, the conversation in Listening Section is much slower, the questions in Structure is easier. I got in practice, but only in real test.
Good luck in your search for PBT materials! Glad you liked it! But as far as I could understand from your words Official Guide is the closest source to the real exam. So I reached the conclusion that It is the rightest thing to get ourselves accustomed to the level of Official Guide. If you clarify this point, I will appreciate it… Thanks for your articles by the way…. Cambridge is a bit different from the real test.
Do you believe is it still possible to study with it? Nonetheless, the description of the test in the 2nd edition guide is the same as 3rd and 4th editions. The main difference is just the practice tests. In my first attempt for ibt i secured 24 in speaking but i need By any means i have to secure 26 in speaking , and other section in need total Could you please guide me: Which book should i use?
That means studying each speaking task carefully to know what you need to do and then practicing it again and again. For speaking, the Complete Guide is probably a better choice. It comes with three practice tests at the back of the book. It also comes with a CD-rom that includes those same practice tests to use on the computer. There are a few different editions of this book. The current edition is the fourth edition. Earlier additions have fewer practice tests.
This book does not include computer-based tests on a CD. Instead, the CD that comes with it only includes audio.
There is only one edition of the red book of tests. The best skill-building book that I know of is Cambridge Preparation. You need the CDs to make full use, though, and they can be expensive. It depends on where you live, mostly. I do recommend using some official practice material, too, so you have a good idea of how difficult official TOEFL questions are:.
First, your review is impressive. Is that a good one to work on? I plan on reviewing that book, but it might not be for a few months. Here are some of the major differences:. But, had a problem with a wriitng and speaking sections.
How can I improve my skills in these sections?
Besides, the book I am following is a good choice or should I have to read another one? How can I make an effective preparation as I have 3 weeks time to take test? Improving writing and speaking involves a lot of practice following specific structures. For both parts, it helps to know the exact structure of your answer before you start.
Learn the exact format of each speaking question and the two types of essays, then practice working with those formats. It can be very helpful to record your answers when speaking and listen to them again, making notes about what you should do better.
Then, repeat the same questions with clearer, fuller answers. The same basic thing can help for essays. After writing a practice essay, return to it a day or two later. Read through and edit your essay. Then try writing the same essay again, from the start, but better.
There are many other ways to improve, too—these are just a few suggestions! Generally, your goal is to learn the exact format of the test and your answers.
Between that and the core concepts part of Princeton, you will have a good amount of material. If you wanted even better strategy advice, you would have to get another, more expensive book either Cambridge or The Complete Guide by Bruce Rogers. Of course, I also recommend following our blog for study and strategy advice. You can buy the book online from the official website or from amazon. You could probably find it in any very large bookstore with a section for English language books, too!
I am an IT Professional. Could you please suggest me some good material for me for step wise preparation of each sections? My English is average.
About the official guide to the toefl test fourth edition I would like to know if for the listening section they have audio track because the book is only text, so how should I supose to do the listening excercices in the book if it is all about text?
One month window — what is the best resource other than OG 2. Any schedule to follow 3. Any strategies in general to crack the test…. Check out the official book of five practice tests for more official exposure. Some skills are very helpful e. But when studying, the most important thing is that you learn the exact format of the test, see what causes you trouble, and the best ways to answer each type of question. I find the listening section of the official guide very easier than Cambridge and Barron.
So I am confused regarding difficulty level of the actual test. Of course, as it name suggests, official guide should be closer to the actual test. May I know you opinion too? Of course! The official guide is far closer to the real thing. I am working as well and sparing weekend for the preparation. I wish to achieve score Without preparation I appeared for the test and score 72 is for your reference. That depends largely on what you most need to work on! Have you read the rest of our book reviews?
Generally, for a short time of studying I recommend focusing on official material to learn the format of the test. Know exactly what speaking question 5 will look like, for example, and what you have to do in your response.
If you think you will have time to do more than that, then Cambridge or The Complete Guide are both good choices see my book reviews, linked above. Partially, yes. You can score the reading and listening sections based on number correct—there is a scoring chart at the back of the book. But speaking and writing are ungraded.
You can estimate your score by looking at sample essays and the scoring rubric, which explains the features of essays at different scores. Hi Lucas! I just started prepare for the Toefl test, and my english level is intermediate, And I planned to take the Toefl test on March of , not so soon, I just bought ETS Official guide fourth edition, and just started to use this book and I also read books and listen to audio books and BBC news, and watch movies with subtitle, what else should I do?
Could you advice me? And what other book you recomment to me? As you know i am unfamilier with the Toefl and it will be my first time to take this test Thanks you. Mostly, your plan sounds good! Please answer me, it is very meaningful to me! There are very few changes from the 3rd edition to the 4th, actually. The main difference is an additional practice test at the back of the 4th edition. There are still vocab questions per passage. There are 3 or 4. Hope that helps!
For the student who does not know anything about the exam or unfamiliar with the TOEFL test and want to achieve a score close to high score ;can we say that the-official-guide-to-the-TOEFL-test-fourth-edition-book is the perfect choice for him. I should have been clearer. If you have already studied the test in the past, and you know what the structure and format is, then the official guide is only helpful for practice tests.
If you only took the test once, but never studied for it, then the official guide will still have helpful explanations of the test format, because you probably will not remember everything about the format from the one experience. Achieving a score of , meanwhile, depends on the student, not the book. But if you do not know the test at all, then the Official Guide is a very important resource.
What would be your choice? Assume you have at most 3 months to master the material and you are fairly good in English. Your score depends heavily on your English experience. If you had just started studying this year, no combination of two books would bring you to a 95, for example. That gives you the full range of plenty official material, plenty skill-building practice, and key advice for how to best answer questions.
Carlos, the answer is yes— this is still a very useful guide. The 4th edition is still the most current edition of the O. Contrary to the software that comes with the OG, the TOEFL exam timer only starts ticking down when the questions are made available— the OG CD shows the timer starting during the instructions in some cases.
And the audio tracks may now sometimes contain native English accents other than American English. But this is not that common and British, Australian, etc.. Hi Lukas! Best regards.
I can get this one for you, Lucas. Do you happen to know how many hours min. What about the other publications in terms of hour coverage? I can get this for you, Lucas. Mariusz, that is not an easy question. Although official TOEFL books make excellent class materials, they are structurally designed for self-study schedules. That being said, the best fit I ever found for the Official Guide was a 6-hour-a-week, 4 month class I taught.
I hope that helps. Hi lucas quick question.. There have been a number of small changes to the TOEFL in the last 10 years, but these four books are still pretty good— even the earlier editions of the books. This is an excellent question! With that being said, which book you should buy depends partly on your personal needs.
Check out our book reviews for more information! Hi Lucas My name is mohammad and in civil engineer so i wanna to continue education on phd. Tnx, Best regards, Mohammad. But the book is a really excellent resource for skills building exercises and test strategy advice.
It is strongly recommended though. Also available as an eBook.
Volumes 1 and 2 have transcripts of the audio portions of the test, but do not include audio. Volumes 3 and 4 include both transcripts and audio files. PDF includes transcripts of audio portions only. Volume 2 2MB A4 8. Volume 3 24MB A4 8. You must have Flash installed to access the audio portion of the PDF.
You can also play each individual MP3 file using the links below. Volume 4 18MB A4 8. Volume 3 Audio Files Note: Listening Practice Set 1: Conversation and Question — Track 11 MP3. Full Name Comment goes here. Are you sure you want to Yes No. Be the first to like this. No Downloads. Views Total views. Actions Shares. Embeds 0 No embeds. No notes for slide.
Book details Author: Jolene Gear Pages: Cambridge University Press Language: English ISBN Using an integrated-skills approach that mirrors the structure of the TOEFL iBT, this fully revised text is ideal for classroom use and self- study. The book contains hundreds of skill-building exercises covering all the question types in the exam, and four practice tests.