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TOEFL: 10 tips to take you to the top

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nitin kalani
Great work!
by nitin kalani on Apr 01, 2010 12:02 PM

I find this writeup really helping.The author has shared useful tips which even the coaching classes may not teach!!M gonna share this article with all ma frenz appearing for TOEFL.

All the best to all TOEFL test takers....Nitin

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kusum pandey
Funny people and funny article
by kusum pandey on Mar 15, 2010 11:54 AM  | Hide replies

Is writer of this article or any of his family members ever qualified this test? The answer would be: No.

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Re: Funny people and funny article
by Pradeep on Mar 16, 2010 11:59 PM
Kusum, I pity your innocence. Some say "Ignorance is Bliss", witnessed it today. Is there a law to comment on each goddamn article even if you don't understand what the author is trying to say. Instead of find fault, please introspect!

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Re: Funny people and funny article
by Amol on Mar 16, 2010 08:03 AM
Yes indeed. The writer has given tips that can be followed without the need for a coaching class and honestly TOEFL is not the exam that you would need a tutor for it. It's just plain English that we use everyday. You just need to know the structure of the exam and for that matter book(s) is more than sufficient.

I would like to redirect your question to you again. Have you or any of your family member ever qualified for the test? The answer would be: OF COURSE NOT!

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jimmy noronha
by jimmy noronha on Mar 15, 2010 11:49 AM  | Hide replies

Rubbish, sheer rubbish you are speaking. You are kidding and do not give such advice.
Students must learn grammar, (there is a book TOEFL for Rs.299), practice grammar, read extensively and listen English news preferably from BBC and do not go by the above crap in the article.

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by Amol on Mar 16, 2010 07:58 AM
Do not go by above and article then go by what your advice? Listening to BBC news?

BBC is a British news channel and TOEFL is mainly for U.S. (It is accepted by other countries that is another thing). Why would one not watch a U.S. channel then than a british channel.

Secondly, where is grammar tested in TOEFL apart from writing section. Even there, it's not just about grammar!

Don't speak as if only you have given TOEFL and rest of the world is utter idiot. At least refrain from calling names to author when you yourself are lost.

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