The Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) is an exam that colleges in the United States use to gauge non-native English speaking students’ readiness to participate in an academic environment in the U.S. The Speaking section is approximately 20 minutes long and includes six tasks. Students must complete a series of tasks that test their abilities to talk about a variety of topics in English.
Recording and then listening to yourself through these Mock Tests can be of great help.
TOEFL Speaking tests your ability to speak about various subjects. There are six tasks in this section. The first two tasks are independent speaking tasks. The last four tasks are integrated speakings tasks. The third and fourth questions involved a reading text and a listening passage. The fifth and sixth questions involve a short listening passage. You may take notes on both the reading and listening passage.
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