Reading: Übung 1 Fortsetzung von Mike Giesler

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Der Vortrag „Reading: Übung 1 Fortsetzung“ von Mike Giesler ist Bestandteil des Kurses „Vorbereitungskurs TOEFL iBT“. Der Vortrag ist dabei in folgende Kapitel unterteilt:

  • Fragetyp: Ableiten
  • Fragetyp: Textverständnis
  • Fragetyp: Einsetzen
  • Fragetyp: Zusammenfassung

Dozent des Vortrages Reading: Übung 1 Fortsetzung

 Mike Giesler

Mike Giesler

Mike Giesler ist Dozent für SAT und TOEFL Kurse und kennt sich als solcher bestens aus mit den TOEFL Anforderungen. Er ist Experte für die englische Sprache und bietet Expertise in den Bereichen Auslandsstudium, Studienplatzvergabe und Stipendium.

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