When you take the TOEIC TEST, you may have to compete with time and pressure. There are 100 questions with time limited. When the time is up, you have to stop doing the test immediately. These can affect your scores a lot. Excited…Worried….Nervous can be happened to everyone. TIP TOP TOEIC is here to be your best assistant in doing this test. With the techniques, secret tricks and highlight content, you can understand more and feel much more confident when doing the test. This article will provide you from easy to difficult examples. For the first issue, we will start with TOEIC reading part.
TOEIC TOEIC Day 4 – Reading 1 (Email / Announceme […]
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:
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 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 VII of TOEIC test is about reading comprehension. So the questions are in similar form to other popular tests such as TU-GET and CU-TEP. But instead of long passages, you will be given e-mails, announcement posters, news article, or easy texts from magazine. Undoubtedly, reading test in TOEIC is the easiest one. That’s why the problem usually involves not the text or questions but the time.