Cracking the TOEFL IBT

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Random House, 2010 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 546 pages
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If it’s on the TOEFL iBT, it’s in this book.Cracking the TOEFL iBT with CDincludes:
 

• A full-length simulated TOEFL iBT with accompanying audio sections on an MP3 CD
• Audio exercises on the CD to hone your listening skills
• Strategies and practice drills for all core concepts
• Detailed answers and explanations for the practice test and all practice drills
• Tips on organizing and focusing your essay-writing skills
• Practical information on the what, when, where, and how of taking the TOEFL iBT
• Additional grammar review to brush up on your basics
• Planning and organization advice to get you all the way to test day!
 

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Contents

What ls The Princeton Review?
10
Heading on the TOEFL
18
Understand the Structure
37
State the Main Idea
56
Dealing with Difficult Passages
73
Listening
89
Speaking
101
Organizing Your Ideas
107
A Lecture
279
Listening Practice Answers and Explanations
285
A Lecture
292
A Lecture
300
How the Speaking Section ls Scored
306
Basic Approach
320
Speaking Practice Drills
339
Speaking Practice Answers and Explanations 353
352

Putting It All Together
114
Scorin for the Writing Section
120
Organizing Your Ideas
126
Writing the Perfect Body Paragraph
139
Grammarfleview
147
Cracking the Reading Section
150
Basic Principles
159
Putting lt All Together
201
Reading Dnll 3
216
Reading Drill 1
222
Reading Drill 4
238
Listening Directions
245
Basic Approach
252
Listening Practice
271
Basic Approach
367
Writing Practice Drill 2
383
Writing Practice Answers and Explanations
395
Writing Practice Drill 3
401
The Princeton Review TOEFL iBT Practice Test 413
412
The Listening Section
462
The Speaking Section
492
The Writing Section
501
Answers and Explanations
511
The Listening Section
523
Sample Responses
538
Sample Responses
544
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