Get your free gift of 1,700 TOEFL Vocabulary Words

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63 thoughts on “Get your free gift of 1,700 TOEFL Vocabulary Words

  1. AJ,

    Yes, watching movies is a very effective way to improve your listening comprehension abilities. In addition, try speaking and writing about the movies that you are watching, both of which will help you to improve your integrated speaking and integrated writing abilities.



  2. sir thankyou for giving me the right solutions that i have actually need…

    Sir, listening could be improve by watching hollywood movies or episodes instead of which you had suggested in the video???

  3. Sir i m preparing for the toefl….
    Can i prepare it without going to any tution classes???
    if yes?
    So would you please tell me how to prepare it sitting at home and can get better marks?

  4. Hi sir.
    first of all thank you for your vocabulary , sir My recent score was approximately 34 I’d like to get at least 85 points.

  5. Hi! i recently took toefl and i got an 88 score overall. I need to re-take the test to get a 26 in the speaking section. could you help me?

  6. Alina,

    Tell me more about your situation by answering the following questions:

    1. What is your most recent TOEFL score, including reading, listening, speaking, and writing subtotals?

    2. What target score do you want to get, including reading, listening, speaking, and writing subtotals?

    Answering these two questions will help me understand more about what type of study plan you should follow.



  7. One more question! I didn’t find the video about question in reading which is all the time in the end of a test. It based on the whole text, but we should include only main ideas. How we can distinguish all sentences if we didn’t read the whole passages?

  8. Hi, Michael! First of all I want to thank you for getting Vocabulary free of charge.
    I am going to take TOEFL in a couple of weeks and I need practice particularly reading. Which books would you recommend me? PS I have went through BARRON’S, Official Guide and free samples already.
    Looking forward to your answer.
    Thank you!

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