Build Your Vocabulary for the TOEFL
- Intermediate English
- Commitment to learn
Your understanding of what you read and hear is, to a very large degree, determined by your vocabulary, so improve your vocabulary daily.
-- Zig Ziglar
You can't build up a vocabulary if you never meet any new words. And to meet them you must read. The more you read the better.
-- Rudolf Flesch and Abraham Lass
Words are important. If you cannot say what you mean, you will never mean what you say. And you should always mean what you say.
Paraphrased from the film, The Last Emperor written by Mark Peploe & Bernardo Bertolucci
This course is intended to improve your performance in the TOEFL test by building and enriching your vocabulary. This course is the first part of a series of TOEFL Vocabulary Building courses. This course relies on TOEFL Preparation self study books which were written by professionals who help prepare learners for the TOEFL test. Their selection of words for this course was based on their extensive experience with the TOEFL test.
This course is tailored to the needs of learners studying for the TOEFL examination and working on enriching their vocabulary. After being introduced to the meaning of the target words, you listen to them in context.
This free course contains:
20 video lectures
Keep a vocabulary log
Translate the words in your language if you need to
Listen to the lecture more than once
Answer the attached worksheet
Retake the course again if you need to
Who this course is for:
- People who are planning to immigrate to an English Speaking country
I have been working in the education field since 2006
I started IELTS and TOEFL tutoring in 2011
I worked as an academic coordinator in many schools in Egypt and Saudi Arabia
I taught English to hundreds of young adults and adults online and in the classroom
I teach General English, Business English, psychology, and social studies
I taught students from different backgrounds and nationalities and most of them were satisfied by the results and their noticeable improvement in English