TOEIC tests your ability to use English in working environment. So, the texts are what you will be seen in working office. Another one that is common in office is invitation to meeting, seminar, or event. It maybe a letter of invitation or a reply to an invitation (or both). Potential questions are as follows:
Part 4 of listening test is called short talk because it’s a talk by one person on a very specific matter. It’s shorter than a lecture talk but it’s definitely longer than Part 3 conversation, approximately 1 minute long.
In this article, I’ll teach you my secret method on how to learn grammar. I don’t memorize the rules. I create them by myself. WARNING! As far as I’m concerned, this is not accepted academic method. I came up with it and I would like to share it. If you find it’s sensible, feel free to use it. If not, you just have to find other ways.
TOEIC TOEIC Day 13 – Grammar 4 (Overall review) I’ll make list of most common grammar errors. Collocation (verb and preposition) A verb has its own collection of prepositions to be used with. Different preposition means different meaning of the verb. Sarah is married with John. Sarah is married to John. Sarah is the […]
This is the typical length of advertisement. I suggest you read the text once with skimming technique. Then you read the questions and read the related information in detail. Some advertisements use symbols, numbers, and pictures to draw attention. But this one is written in paragraphs and not marked as advertisement. Therefore, one of the questions is Where is the text from? Here are the choices and the solution.
In this part, you will hear two people having a conversation and answer three questions based on what you hear. Now, the conversation has a very specific purpose. So, every line matters. Typically, the choices are clear. If you can catch up with the audio, then you have a good chance to get the right answer.
This website gives you over 3,000 TOEIC questions covering every part of TOEIC test. The questions are categorized in different levels, from easy, intermediate, and advanced. Here are the links that lead you straight to the grammar test.
A sentence in causative form is the one that has the following verbs; let, make, have, get, and help. They are called causative verbs. For example, I had my hair cut yesterday. Here are the forms.
Here are the forms.
In reading comprehension, the reading text may come in form of postcard. Postcard is naturally written by easier words than those used in e-mail or letter because it’s usually meant for family or friends. But there could be some informal phrases that you have never seen before.
Part II of Listening test is called question-response. From the audio, you hear a question and three responses. You basically have to choose the response that conforms to the question. This part truly tests your listening skill because the answers are quite explicit. If you hear the audio correctly, there’s a good chance that you’ll get the answer correctly.