By working out the lesson plans in Michael’s 60-Day TOEFL Study Guide focusing on writing, grammar, pronunciation, and speaking, Katana of New York City overcame his former English inaccuracies to develop successful skills in vocabulary, pronunciation, grammar, speaking and writing, which allowed him to score a remarkable 103 on the TOEFL iBT! Because of this, Katana fulfilled the language requirements of his future university and overcame the embarrassment of his former Cambodian accent in the academic fields of New York State.
Thanks to Michael’s vocabulary, pronunciation, grammar, writing, and speaking lessons in his Online TOEFL Course: “The 7 Step System to Pass the TOEFL iBT,” Katana achieved his TOEFL goal and improved his English proficiency with Michael’s extensive yet effective lesson plans.
With this in mind, like Katana do you need to meet a TOEFL goal that’s holding you back from entering your dream university? Well by consider joining Michael’s Online TOEFL Course, you will be allowed like Katana to have access to the following lessons and more! Which are part of Michael’s many study guides.
In Michael’s vocabulary section for example, students have access to 2,700 lessons, exercises, and practice tests for a mastery of 1,700 TOEFL words; provided 90 hours of instruction by video, PDF files, and web pages. Because of this, it is easy for students to perform optimally and support their generalizations and ideas in the speaking and writing sections of the TOEFL iBT. All by memorizing the synonyms, parts of speech, and contextual meanings of these words in an effective yet organized fashion.
In Michael’s pronunciation section, students have access to numerous practice tests, exercises, and pronunciation drills to improve their abilities to say certain vowel and consonants sounds. For example, with Speak Clearly Lesson 3: How to Pronounce Consonant Sounds of American English, students learn from an instructional video how to annunciate constant sounds with accuracy and clarity. Moreover in Michael’s pronunciation section, students have instruction in stress, intonation, and pausing of certain word phrases, which has helped students like Katana build excellent pronunciation skills in academic English needed for the TOEFL iBT.
In Michael’s grammar section, students have access to grammar lesson plans which were designed to improve students’ inaccuracies and difficulties in punctuation, editing, and writing. For example in Grammar Lessons 1-3, students study about sentence variety, being more concise, and punctuation. Furthermore with multiple other lessons and exercises, students learn basic and advanced sentence structures, verb tenses, word forms, word choice, parallel structures, and so on. Because of this, students have gained competence with the rigors of academic writing which has better prepare many for the independent and integrated writing sections of the TOEFL iBT.
In Michael’s writing section, students target and improve their writing weaknesses by developing good topic development skills, sentence organization skills, and a final thought; but how you may ask? Well in Michael’s writing section, students have hundreds of skill-building exercises and various independent and integrated practice tests which target in improving students’ academic writing. Because of this, students like Katana have gained competence in independent and integrated writing skills like: decoding the writing task, organizing a coherent response, writing detailed developmental paragraphs, and ending their essay with a conclusion.
In Michael’s speaking section, students have access to 100’s of skill building speaking exercises and various integrated and independent speaking practice tests that allows for students to gain competence in speaking skills like: decoding the speaking task, organizing a coherent response including a topic statement, delivering rich details in the body of the speech, and ending with a conclusion. Because of this and receiving feedback by an iBT Speaking Specialist in Michael’s Voxopop Discussion Group, students like Katana developed impressive speaking skills that has allowed for them to score high on the speaking sections of the TOEFL and overcome their awkward pauses and unclear pronunciation inaccuracies.
All in all, with an overview of what these lessons and more could offer in Michael’s TOEFL Course in order for students to meet their TOEFL goals and enter the college of their choice, do you need to improve your TOEFL score? Then consider joining today and begin your access to many of Michael’s extensive yet effective lessons, exercise, etc.