TOEFL Test has 4 sections: Listening, Structure,
Reading and Writing.
reading exercises can help you learn English and
practice for English tests like TOEFL.
The paper-based TOEFL test takes about 3.5 hours to
complete and has three sections: Listening Comprehension,
Structure and Written Expression, which measures the
ability to recognise standard written English and grammar,
and Reading Comprehension.
Section 3: Reading
The reading section measures ability to read and
understand short passages similar in topic and style to
those you may find in North American universities and
colleges. There are four to five passages of 250-350 words,
with 10-14 questions per passage.
The reading questions test
- comprehension of main ideas,
- factual information in a passage,
- pronoun referents,
- vocabulary (direct meaning, synonym, antonym).
This are multiple-choice questions, questions where
test candidates must choose and then click on a word,
phrase, sentence, or paragraph to answer, or where TOEFL
candidates must add or insert a missing sentence.
Many ESL students and IELTS test candidates find the
reading section of many English tests like TOEFL the
most difficult because they often run out of time. Our
online exercises reading comprehension are timed to
help you learn to manage your time in the most effective
way possible. Our online grammar exercises and vocabulary
exercises will also prepare you for the TOEFL test.
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