Longman Preparation Course for the TOEFL Test NR

Longman Preparation Course for the TOEFL Test

International Edition
About the Book
Skills -- Strategies -- Confidence. This book/CD-ROM package gives students all the tools they need to succeed on the TOEFL(R) paper-based test. Providing both a comprehensive language skills course and a wealth of practice for all sections of the paper test, the Longman Preparation Course is appropriate for courses in TOEFL(R) test preparation or as a supplement to more general ESL courses.

In the Student Book:

  • Complete language skills instruction for skills tested on both the TOEFL(R) paper test and the Test of Written English.
  • Longer reading passages that reflect the latest testing format. Diagnostic pre-tests and evaluation post-tests for each section that allow students to identify their strengths and weaknesses.
  • Practice exercises for each of the language skills that maximize understanding and retention.
  • Five complete Practice Tests that familiarize students with the actual test format and timing.
  • In the CD-ROM:

    • An additional 1,450 test questions in both practice sections and three more simulated tests.
    • Pop-up explanations to enhance understanding.
    • Easy-to-use scoring and record keeping to monitor progress.
    A separate audio program -- available on your choice of cassettes or CDs -- includes the complete materials from the Listening Comprehension section and Complete Tests in the text.

    Book Details
    ISBN-13: 9780131408838
    Publisher: Pearson Education ESL
    Publisher Imprint: Pearson Education ESL
    Depth: 25
    Height: 274 mm
    No of Pages: 672
    Series Title: English
    Sub Title: The Paper Test
    Width: 208 mm
    ISBN-10: 0131408836
    Publisher Date: 01 Sep 2003
    Binding: Mixed media product
    Edition: PAP/CDR
    Language: English
    Returnable: N
    Spine Width: 25 mm
    Weight: 1498 gr
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