TOEFL Speaking Section von Robert Kuehl

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Über den Vortrag

Der Vortrag „TOEFL Speaking Section “ von Robert Kuehl ist Bestandteil des Kurses „Preparation for TOEFL“. Der Vortrag ist dabei in folgende Kapitel unterteilt:

  • Question type 1 - Prepare and speak
  • Question type 2 - Read, listen, speak
  • Question type 3 - Listen and speak

Quiz zum Vortrag

  1. Speaking clearly
  2. Speaking coherently
  3. Do not jump from one idea to the next.
  4. Do not change the topic.
  5. Speaking slowly
  1. Finding 2 main examples or supporting ideas and developing them
  2. Deciding for an answer and constituting the arguments
  3. Approaching the situation and finding a solution
  4. Finding a solution for the problem and explaining the justification
  5. None of the above answers is correct.
  1. Taking good notes on the main ideas
  2. Noting down as many specific examples as possible
  3. Stating the 2 main reading concepts within 20 seconds; then taking 40 seconds for the details and examples in the listening passage
  4. Finding 2 main examples or supporting ideas and developing them
  1. Noting down as many specific examples as possible
  2. Finding 2 main examples or supporting ideas and developing them
  3. Taking good notes on the main ideas
  4. Stating the 2 main reading concepts within 20 seconds; then taking 40 seconds for the details and examples in the listening passage
  1. Stating the 2 main reading concepts within 20 seconds; then taking 40 seconds for the details and examples in the listening passage
  2. Taking good notes on the main ideas
  3. Finding 2 main examples or supporting ideas and developing them
  4. Noting down as many specific examples as possible
  1. Listening for the main points which are often introduced with words like "First of all" or "Two main issues" and taking notes
  2. Noting down dates and numbers as best as possible
  3. Skipping over dates and numbers and concentrating on the main statements
  4. Concentrating on the key words of the reading passage
  1. Obbey
  2. Comply
  3. Disobey
  4. Ignore
  5. Overlook

Dozent des Vortrages TOEFL Speaking Section

 Robert Kuehl

Robert Kuehl

Robert ist geboren in New Jersey und unterrichtet seit über 10 Jahren TOEFL Kurse mit dem klaren Ziel, Nicht-Muttersprachler auf ein maximales Englisch-Level zu bringen.

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