Cetakan pertama, Agustus 2022, vi+89; Uk: 14 x 20 cm
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First, all praise is merely to The Good mightiest, the lord of the worlds, for the gracious mercy and tremendous blessing that enable us to accomplish this book on time. The book entitled “Get Ready For TOEFL LISTENING SECTION Read, Listen, and Practice". This book aims to provide various recommended tips that can be learned for the listening section of the TOEFL ITP and IBT.
Secondly, we also want to say our gratitude to Ms Arum Nisma Wulanjani, M.Pd., and Ms Sukma Shinta Yunianti, M.Pd., who have contributed and given valuable evaluations, comments, and suggestions during the completion and accomplishment of this book from the beginning until now. We are also grateful for other parties willing to provide time, knowledge, and inspiration that are very useful for us in making this book.
Last but not least, thanks to teams who always give each other love, support, and encouragement. We can get it done well.
Hopefully, this book would give a good reference and positive contribution to education for those who want to learn English.
Purpose The listening section is one of the sections in TOEFL ITP test. Hence, the purpose of this topic is to provide an overview related to the test. The most essential objective of this topic is to discuss what you should do and do not do when answering the question and/or when facing difficulties during the test.
Description This topic discusses the structure of the listening section in TOEFL ITP. Particularly, the 'Short Dialogue' part is going to be the main focus of this topic. Hence, this topic is divided into three sub-topics. First, the general strategies used. Second, the procedures for answering the questions. Third, the skills, tips, and tricks which can be applied in answering and/or facing the difficulties during the test.
The part 1. Short Dialogues
- 2 lines of dialogues - 30 short dialogues and 30 questions
2. Long conversation
- 60-90 second conversation on a casual topic
- 60-90 seconds conversation talks about school life or academic subjects.