BOOM! We’re here with an EXCELLENT one! Lots of you will benefit from this podcast/video. With my student from Nicaragua, I decided to make a video for all my students on my membership at one go. I first break down the note-taking for reading, followed by the note-taking on the listening. After that, I explain the details of the 40/60 rule, as well as the introduction setup. And finally, I show you EXACTLY how to write paragraphs and the setup! Without further ado, let’s dive into this!
You guys asked for it, I delivered it! In today’s episode, there will be a number of different audios that I had told my student to send me for homework. She first joined my webinar a couple of weeks ago, then bought some coaching hours, and ultimately achieved a 28 in the speaking section of TOEFL, becoming a pharmacist in my native United States.
So, I decided to make a collection of it all, put it together, and have you guys listen to what a 26-28 sounds like (this was on coaching hour number 4 and we had a three-hour session just 36 hours before her test).
I hope you enjoy this!
Welcome to another wonderful TOEFL iTP Written Expression rundown! In today’s episode I’ll be covering 7 questions, followed by the additional 5 that you’ll be answering. Remember to follow me on IG to get the answers!
- The wavelengths of ultraviolet light are short than those of visible light but longer than those of X-rays.
2. All thoroughbreds are descended from three Arabian stallion imported into England between 1689 and 1724.
3. By measuring the rate of decay of potassium isotopes in volcanic ash, scientists can date the layers of volcanic ash and any human remains in they.
4. Hundreds of partial to complete fossil skeletons of Triceratops have been gather in North america from rocks of the late Cretaceous period.
5. By the time of the dinosaurs, turtles have already developed the hard shell into which their heads and legs could be drawn.
6. A zoom lens produces an inverted real image, either on the film in a camera and on the light-sensitive tube of a television camera.
7. The leaves and young twigs of the henna plant are grounded into a powder to produce a paste that can be used as a dye.
8. Thirty-one pairs of spinal nerves are / present in humans, and each pair have two roots.
9. William Randolph Hearst built a chain of newspapers that included 25 dailies and 11 Sunday editions at their peak in 1937.
10. The electromagnetic spectrum consists in / bands of different wavelengths.
11. Lemon trees are similar in longevity and appear to orange trees but have more upright growth.
12. Christopher Columbus, alike / many / other explorers, underestimated the size of the Earth and overestimated the width of Asia.
It was a turbulent month (June). So much good happened, but there were also high-los. One issue I had this month was my expectations and how high they can be sometimes, ultimately fueling disappointment when it doesn’t go my way.
Well, let’s just say I gave away a webinar for free to a student. This particular student had a key to another door. This student had an even more unique key to another door. And the person on the other side of the door had a master key to Eldorado.
It’s not set in stone (as of the end of June), but if this goes through, this will be the most successful business acquisition of my early training career!
Here’s a follow-up from yesterday’s podcast. The Integrated Task, which is far easier than the independent essay to most, is reviewed and he has a number of different phrases within his essay. The goal for any integrated task is to make comparisons, use passive voice, reported speech and especially a wide range of reported statements. So, hear my breakdown of this.
Super grateful to chop up this podcast and give you the full coaching session with one of my previous students who was EXCELLENT at note-taking. So, make sure you get a pen, pencil, and put yourself in an entirely different vantage point of understanding the TOEFL Speaking questions.
We’re back with a FANTASTIC breakdown of the speaking question 2. Some of you are still confused about how to take reading notes. I’ve heard a Thai student, who you will hear next month, state conflicting information. In this episode, I break down the reading, and we go really deep in detail about the others. Let’s dive into it!
Today we have an awesome, pre-recorded interview of an AMAZING CEO that gives a tremendous amount of perspective. In the last question about leadership, I was literally in awe about his perspective, and if we had CEOs like this at the heads of the biggest companies and small businesses in the world, we would truly be blessed. Let’s dive into these questions!
Hello, all! Today is a PHENOMENAL coaching session. By showing the value through social media, I’ve been getting a lot of inquiries. In today’s episode, we have a phenomenal student who has gotten a 26 in speaking one time, but is struggling to get it this time around. So, in saying that, today’s a power session of 6 questions and different ways to answer them, followed by a revelation at the end. Will keep you updated on her score, too!
When it comes to assessing risks, what do you do? Whether it’s everyday risks, such as buying something that you really need but you’re hesitant because of the job market. Or perhaps even risks in the stock market? Well, there are ways of getting around it, such as buying a share + an option to hedge against the risk. That way if the price falls, you can choose to keep your share or sell it using the option you had agreed at a higher price.
This is called mitigation, and whether you do trade stocks or you’re looking to invest in general, there’s always a way of offsetting and protecting yourself. In today’s podcast, I got you COVERED!