So, what are these acronyms, might you ask? MI: Main Idea SD: Supporting Detail Ex: Example CC: Conclusion A systematic approach to taking notes that will never leave you lost again, as well as seeing the four big areas and trying to work around. Today is a segment on the speaking question 4, which I should’ve started on with to begin with, but it was the listening lecture. Nonetheless, try applying this and tell me what you think!
Boom! Another great reading with so much discussion and ways to get better. this was the first of four reading sessions with many more coming that focus on very specific skills. In this episode, you’re going to hear a huge breakdown and how some of my students navigate around the difficult questions of reading.
Another phenomenal way of dissecting the questions. So, in the first segment, there’s a colossal, 5-question — question that you’ll be diving into with me. But the great part about this is even without note-taking, which you’re able to do in America, you’re still able to come to a conclusion for each of the sentences and keep it in mind. It’s like compartmentalizing. In today’s video, you’re going to learn it. Remember, full course is available, too!
Loaded question and so many things we’re going to be discussing today in an action-packed episode that will leave you with some deep questions going forward in your life!
We’re back with another super special! Today we’ll be getting into suggestions, invitations, and much more. On TOEFL, you need to make sure you memorize these different things because it could make all the difference in the world when answering. Here’s a free video. Audio dialogs and breakdowns will be on the paid course down below!
Another snippet! Welcome back! Today we’re going over audios now featuring agreement/disagreement scenarios. This is a follow up, so again, if you haven’t memorized the phrases yet, PLEASE DO!
So, I decided to chop up a coaching session with my student who had recently gotten a 28 on the speaking section of TOEFL. My editing isn’t the best, but in this video, you’re going to hear a tremendous amount of feedback, as well as her answers to everything and those “moments of clarity.” She invested in 8 hours of coaching and got the mark of 28, and this is coaching session #3 so hear how I break everything down!
We’re back with an amazing TOEFL iBT Membership Sneak Peek. In today’s episode, I have a wonderful Venezuelan dentist who submitted her Integrated task, and I’m here to help her in putting the structure together. So, because she had received a 17 in her writing, being the lowest of all bands, I was a bit nervous to see her writing. However, after seeing it, I know exactly why she received a low score, and it’s because she didn’t use the 40/60 rule. Tune in!
Oh, we’re back! I’m excited about this one because it’s been a long time coming! In this episode, I’ll be teaching you how to answer Sentence Insertion Questions, and if you want the full breakdown, my TOEFL iBT Membership is FREE FOR TWO DAYS! Take advantage of it and check out the other awesome things you have available! Remember to watch my video, too!
Webinar June 19th!
Oh, so many of you asked, I’ve delivered.
In the first-ever TOEFL Speaking Webinar, you guys will learn all the tips and techniques for establishing yourself as a great speaker in question 1.
Because TOEFL Speaking question 1 is one of the most difficult (especially in developing ideas), it’s crucial to understand the HOW TO, and that’s exactly what you’ll be getting in this phenomenal webinar!
We’ll be covering agre//disagree, preferential questions, and much more — you’ll also have the ability to practice with me, speak, and I’ll be giving you live feedback. The goal is to have around 5 students for the webinar so that we can have maximum speaking time for each student. This webinar will be a minimum of 1 hour and a maximum 1.5 hours — and don’t worry! After the webinar, you’ll have it for your lifetime!
Not able to make it? That’s ok! You’ll be able to purchase the webinar after, too!
In saying that, if you’re interested in other speaking questions, reading (such as the videos I’ve uploaded), listening or writing webinars, let me know!
Here it is! No more excuses about “I can’t take notes.” This one is going to help you in more ways than one because my wonderful Moroccan student was able to, with handwriting, jot down a massive amount of notes and categorize them. Let’s dive into it!