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TOEFL Grammar Resources: Adjective, reduced adjective clauses; noun clauses
- TOEFL iBT Grammar Video: Who versus Whom: Differentiate between subject and object relative pronouns “who” and “whom”
- TOEFL iBT Grammar: How to Use Whose, Practice Exercises: This TOEFL grammar resource explains how to use the possessive relative clause pronoun in both speaking and writing.
- TOEFL iBT Grammar: Participial Phrases: This seven minute video will show you example sentences of participial phrases. You will learn how these reduced adjective clauses are formed. Moreover, you will understand why you should use them during the TOEFL speaking and writing tasks.
- TOEFL iBT Grammar: Appositives: Reducing adjective clauses into appositives is another important way to impress TOEFL iBT human raters. TOEFL human raters will grade your speaking and writing tasks. Learn how to form these advanced grammar structures.
- Reduced Adjective Clauses: Understand how and why you should reduce adjective clauses during the TOEFL speaking and writing tasks.
- Adjective Clauses and the TOEFL iBT Exam: Knowing how to form adjective clauses is important to your speaking and writing improvement. In this lesson, you will learn why. Moreover, you will learn how to form these advanced grammar structures.
- TOEFL iBT Grammar: Adjective Clauses: You will see connectors such as “which,” “who,” “whom,” “that,” “whose.” Furthermore, you will learn how they are used in example sentences.
- Using Noun Clauses in TOEFL Integrated Writing: Noun clauses can help you to summarize reading and listening passages during the integrated writing task. This lesson will show you how to correctly form these advanced grammar structures. As a result, you will score higher on the writing section.
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TOEFL Grammar Resources: General tips for speaking and writing
- TOEFL iBT Writing Practice: “Is content more important than grammar and sentence structure?” Understand how TOEFL human raters and eRater evaluate grammar and sentence structure as part of your score on the TOEFL writing tasks.
- Your grammar and vocabulary usage during speaking and writing tasks: TOEFL grammar resources here explain the difference between basic and advanced grammar usage during the speaking and writing tasks.
- How your Grammar Will Be Evaluated on TOEFL iBT Speaking: Do You Have What it Takes to Pass? This lesson explains what type of grammar you should be using so that you score high on the speaking and writing tasks.
TOEFL Grammar Resources: Parallelism
- TOEFL iBT Grammar: Choosing an Appropriate Point of View: Through this lesson, you will learn why choosing a point of view and being consistent with that point of view is important for your speaking and writing tasks.
- TOEFL iBT Grammar: Parallelism and Speaking and Writing Tasks: Keeping your ideas, as you will learn in this lesson, as balanced as possible will make it easier for others to understand you. Learn how to improve your grammar in this area.
TOEFL Grammar Resources: Practice Tests and Quizzes
- Article Usage in TOEFL Grammar: Learn how to use articles “a,” “an,” and “the.” In addition complete the quizzes or 30 questions to reinforce your mastery of this lesson.
- Clauses and Sentence Structure: TOEFL Speaking and Writing: Learn the most important sentence styles that you will need to use during the speaking and writing portions of the TOEFL exam. After this lesson, you will complete three quizzes, including multiple choice and listening dictation practice exercises.
- Infinitives in TOEFL grammar: Complete practice tests to improve your mastery of distinguishing infinitives from base form and simple past verbs.
- TOEFL Speaking and Writing -s endings: Learn the three -s endings and how they are pronounced.
- TOEFL Connecting Word Quizzes: Choosing the right connector can be difficult during the speaking and writing sections of the exam. Especially, knowing how to use prepositions, coordinators, subordinators, and transition words correctly requires a lot of practice. And that is exactly what you will get in this lesson–more than 100 multiple-choice questions to test your mastery of these important connecting words.
- TOEFL Grammar Practice Test: Complete a practice test that diagnoses your grammar weak points in 23 specific areas.
- TOEFL iBT Grammar: Pronoun-antecedent Agreement + Practice Exercises: Pronouns should agree in number with the nouns to which they refer. This lesson + 20 practice exercises will teach you how to spot and repair this common type of error in speaking and writing.
- TOEFL Sentence Variety Practice: Learn how to complete sentences to create simple, compound, and complex types. Complete five exercises for a total of 50 sentence combining activities.
TOEFL Grammar Resources: Prepositional phrases
- TOEFL iBT Grammar: Prepositional Phrases: This video will give you extensive practice forming prepositional phrases.
TOEFL Grammar Resources: Punctuation
- Comma Splices, Run-ons, and Fragments: Three TOEFL iBT Grammar Errors You Do Not Want to Make: Get practice recognizing and repairing three important sentence structure errors.
- TOEFL iBT Grammar: Punctuating Adjective Clauses: This lesson explains the punctuation rules with non-restrictive and restrictive relative clauses.
- TOEFL iBT Grammar: The semi-colon versus the comma: The semi-colon ( ; ) and the comma ( , ) are frequently confused punctuation marks in writing. Learn how to use them accurately in your writing.
- TOEFL iBT Writing: How to Avoid Three Common Grammar Errors: This grammar video resource explains how to identify and repair three common sentence structure errors. These errors are comma splices, run-ons, and fragments.
- TOEFL iBT Grammar: Understanding Punctuation: I explain a simple strategy that can help you get used to the basic and advanced punctuation marks used in academic writing.
- Learn how to recognize and avoid this common TOEFL iBT writing error: Many students have a recurring problem with comma splices. Learn what this common writing error is and how to correct it.
TOEFL Grammar Resources: Syntactic variety
- TOEFL iBT Grammar: Tips and Practice Exercises: This lesson teaches several tips to help you be more concise and to have more syntactic variety of your writing and speaking.
- TOEFL iBT Grammar and Baseball: They Are More Similar Than You Think: Get practice using different kinds to sentence styles to improve your syntactic variety.
- TOEFL iBT Grammar: How to Use Compound and Complex Sentences: Understand how to use different types of sentence combinations. Consequently, you will have a wider range of sentences when you are speaking and writing.
- Understanding subjects, inversions, and verb tenses: Learn different types of sentences you can create, especially how subject-verb inversions
TOEFL Grammar Resources: Verb tenses
-ed endings for TOEFL Speaking and Writing: Learn how to pronounce the three -ed endings and how to recognize them as adjectives, verbs, and past participles.
TOEFL iBT Grammar: Verbs Followed by Infinitives: This lesson gives examples of dozens of verbs which are commonly followed by infinitives.
Subjects, Verbs, and TOEFL iBT Grammar: This lesson explains 7 different types of subjects you can use. In addition, this lesson will explain the thirteen verb tenses in English. You will see example sentences to help you understand what is being taught.
TOEFL iBT Grammar: Sentences with One Subject and One Verb: Learn how to accurately form sentences with one subject and one verb.
Four Language-Use Tips for TOEFL iBT Speaking Section: Many independent speaking tasks require a specific type of verb tense. In this lesson, you will learn what verb tenses to use with most TOEFL independent speaking example test questions.
TOEFL iBT Grammar: Verbs + Pronouns + Infinitives: Get used to the verbs + pronouns + infinitives combinations to improve your speaking and writing.
TOEFL Grammar Lesson: You will learn about present and past impossible conditions and specifically what types of very tenses you should use.
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