Tips and Trick Toefl

Test of English as a Foreign Language or TOEFL is a standardized test of English language proficiency for non-native English language speakers wishing to enroll in U.S. universities.The test is accepted by many English-speaking academic and professional institutions.

Example:

  1. She is watching   TV   now

S         P             O     C

  1. She  is    smart

S     P       C

>> Find the wrong word of the sentence.

  1. Arizona have a very dry climate.

A                B

Is there anything wrong with the sentence above?

Arizona is singular, so you must use HAS not HAVE. The answer is A

  1. The first steamship to across the Atlantic were  the Savana in 1819.

Is there anything wrong with the sentence above?

The subject of the sentence is Steamship is singular, so you must use WAS not WERE. And the sentence is past    tense.

Formula of past tense: Subject + was/were + complement (pelengkap)
Subject + Verb II + Object

  1. My friend, Haris,  is attending  the meeting.

S                           P                  C

Is there anything wrong with the sentence above?

The answer is NO. The sentence above is a correct sentence.

  1. Advertising provide  most of the income for magazine, newspaper, radio, and television in Indonesia today.

S                P                                                                          C

Is there anything wrong with the sentence above?

If there’s (Subject + ing) just remember that is will always a singular. In the sentence above, advertising is a singular, so the Provide should be ‘PROVIDES’.

Sumber:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Test_of_English_as_a_Foreign_Language

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