TOEFL Prep for Chinese Speakers

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Britt Servicios Lingüisticos, 2010 - Education - 260 pages
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Author's Note: I suggest that you consider an updated edition titled "5-Step TOEFL Prep for Chinese Speakers." After working with translators and Chinese-speaking students, I feel the Chinese notes are clearer and more helpful in the 5-Step edition. This original edition will remain available, however, mostly for teachers who are accustomed to using it. GB An effective program for preparing to take the TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) exam, especially for Chinese speakers. Ideal for group or self study. Answer key is included in this updated, second edition. Appropriate for pre-iBT, ITP, & PBT TOEFL and English Teacher Training. Here, for the first time, a unique approach to preparing to take the TOEFL exam--especially for Chinese speakers. Focused on the Grammar section with five steps, this program also includes strategies for the Listening Comprehension section, guidelines for success in the Reading section, and expert tips and sample topics for the Written Essay. Includes useful appendices for reference. There is an on-demand video course available to accompany this book. It includes classes taught by the author, Greg Britt. See www.etoeflprep.com for details (click "Chinese edition" in upper right corner).
 

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Contents

Main Clauses
2
Subordinate Clauses
17
SubjectVerb Agreement
41
SubjectPronoun Agreement
59
Verb Tense and Form
69
Pronoun Form and Reference
78
Verbals
97
Word Form
117
Word Order
141
Parallel Structure
158
Unnecessary Repetition
170
Correct Usage
177
Written Essay
204
Reading Comprehension
215
ANSWER KEY
251
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Greg Britt is the Director of Britt Servicios Linguisticos, an institute in Mexico City that has specialized for many years in TOEFL preparation (see www.dfbritt.com, on-line program available with on-demand video classes using this book). He previously taught English at the Monterrey Institute of Technology and Advanced Studies in Mexico City. Britt also writes a restaurant review column that has been published in The Mexico City Times, The Herald (Mexican edition of the Miami Herald), and The News. He has lived in Huatulco, Ixtapa, Acapulco, and, currently, Mexico City. He has recently completed his first novel.

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