TOEIC Day 14 – Grammar Practice 4 04/07/15
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 Day 13 – Grammar 4 (Overall review) 04/07/15
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 […]
toeic Day 6 – Grammar Practice 2 02/07/15
Don’t worry if you are not good at vocabulary. There are other ways to succeed the sentence completion test. By analyzing grammar structure, you can eliminate the incorrect choice, thus increase your probability of choosing the correct answer. I can guarantee that studying grammar is more useful than memorizing a large bunch of vocabularies. Grammar is fixed rule that can be applied to any context. Meanwhile, there are too many vocabularies. No matter how many of them you can memorize, there is not much chance that they are going to be in the test.
TOEIC Day 5 – Grammar 2 01/07/15
Subject-verb agreement is another grammar rule that is regularly tested. in a sentence, the form of verb depends on the subject. If the subject is singular, the verb is either is, was, or verb with s/es. If the subject is plural or ‘you’, the verb is either are, were, or verb without s/es
TOEIC Day 2 – Grammar Practice 1 01/07/15
In the first part of reading test, it is sentence completion. This part requires knowledge of vocabulary and good understanding of grammar. These are most common subjects with tips on how to choose the right answer.
TOEIC Day 1 – Grammar 1 01/07/15
It is very important to distinguish different kinds of words and their functions. There are five kinds of word: noun, pronoun, verb, adjective, adverb, and preposition. A word can appear in different forms.