TOEFL: Main Clause Structure; Partial & Complete Main Clauses

If a sentence has a subject, it must have a verb unless it's a double-comparison structure. If a sentence consists of a main clause and subordinate clause, each should have a subject and a verb. The clause word is placed at or very near the boundary between the main and the subordinate clause. Sentence Breakdowns... Continue Reading →

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TOEIC Listening: Part II – Question & Response + Audio

Welcome back to my first ever listening listening lesson! I've gone over common distractors before, but now I want to do it with audio so you guys have a more thorough understanding. The most important part about question and response is understand the five 5'w: who, what, where, when, why - also, the how much,... Continue Reading →

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