Tag: learnenglish

TOEIC: Text Completion #1 + PDF

For my TOEIC students studying around the world, here’s a nice, simple text completion (with PDF down below) for you guys to complete.  Simple and quick with just a few questions, but really look into the answers, which are basically in present, past, perfect…

TOEIC Grammar: Determiners & Pronouns

Determiners and pronouns Point 1 Determiners Definition : A determiner is a word that is normally used at the beginning of a noun phrase. Determiners include: articles. There are two types of articles: – the definite article: the – the indefinite article: a/an possessive…

TOEIC: Grammar: Prepositions

Prepositions link their objects to the other structures within the sentence.  They’re used to show placement, time, direction, cause, and location. At is used with a specific time of day. We will meet at 2:00pm. On is used with a specific day or date. I…

TOEIC: Listening – Part 1 – Photographs

As promised, the easiest part of the TOEIC test has arrived.  This part is basically about looking at the photographs and predict as many nouns, verbs, and sentences as you can.  After you do that, you’ll have an idea of what you’re probably listening…

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…

TOEIC: Phrasal Verbs: (Two-Word)

Two-word verbs are basically words that can standalone by themselves,  but have a different meaning when combined.  For example, turn means to rotate, and down means from a higher to lower position.  Together they mean to reject.  Be sure to check out the YouTube…

TOEIC: Incomplete Sentences + Text Completion

Welcome back to a full-on blog and episode (in the YouTube video down below) about the two areas of grammar that’s features on the TOEIC test. Without further ado – let’s get into it. Directions: Select the best answer to complete the sentence.  The…