Here’s is a great podcast/video on how to write an advantage and disadvantage essay. My student, who is a physician in Peru, submitted her first essay. As a token of my gratitude, I showed her a snippet of my course on how to structure an advantage/disadvantage essay.
If you’re interested in buying the full course, it’s $57 with 6 essay evaluations (for free), along with videos in each segment. Make sure you inquire today!
Nonetheless, looking forward to breaking this down for you!
A student of mine from Morocco is now doing a PHENOMENAL job in his speaking, and what it comes down to is his organization and slowing it down. In today’s podcast/video, listen to the great responses I give him, as well as feedback and things that he needs to improve on.
Welcome back! I’m super grateful for bringing another discussion audio to you because this is ALWAYS the best. I’ve realized the majority of my lecture/discussion podcasts have gotten thousands of plays, so I’m back with the FIRE!
Today is THE SPECIAL DAY! First and foremost, I want to give a big shout out to my current students who have asked me to create a course on TOEFL Writing. I was preparing for a coaching session and then the “a-ha” moment came. I wanted to finally create a course that’s easy for students to navigate.
In this course are about 6 modules and 13 lessons, each of them will have a video tutorial. In each of those 6 modules, and at the end, you’ll be able to submit an essay for FREE as part of the course, meaning you will get 6 free essays (normally a package of 5 essay evaluations would go for $25).
The full rundown is in this podcast and on video (if you’re watching on YouTube and Facebook).
For the next 2 days, you can get the course for 40% off! So, right now, it’s literally just $34! After October 15th, it will go back to its full price of $57.
We’re back with another mini-test! Excited to bring this one to you, and remember, everyone, the Structure, Written Expression, and Reading Course is out in Bundle Form for just $100 total! (when the bundle expires, it will go back to just north of $130). So, if you’re interested, please reach out to me or hit the link down below!
Boom! Another amazing TOEFL iTP Course Sneak Preview! In today’s episode, I will show you how to understand correlative sentences, compare and contrast, and breaking down parallels in vocabulary questions. This is one of the many passages in the module on my course, and if you’re interested in purchasing it, the link is down below!
Did you miss the webinar (Reading) last night? Mass Extinction was on the menu, and I had two newcomers from Peru joining my champions who will be taking the test soon. Want the full video? Link is down below for $5!
Next Webinar is this Saturday, and next week will be Monday-Thursday.
In this snippet, I break down two questions, as well as a phenomenal break down from one of my students, Gonzalo.
Speaking Skills Webinar is here! Later on this evening (GMT +7 Bangkok, Thailand time), I will be hosting the third webinar of the week! This is going to be on the speaking question 2!
Do you have problems formulating your talk? Linkers? Stuttering? Too many fillers? This webinar is going to help you with all your needs, and with other students from around the globe joining, there’s going to be lots of feedback that will help you.
Webinar will also be recorded and available on the link FOREVER. So if you ever want to review, it’s there for you.
$5 gets you in, so inquire and I’ll be seeing you soon!
Welcome back to a WONDERFUL reading special! So, if you’re listening to this on my ESL podcast, we’re just two days away from the full launch (September 15th). However, if you’re watching this on September 3rd (Facebook, IG, or YouTube), you’re in luck!
This is a wonderful pre-course episode for what’s in store in my wonderful reading course (TOEFL iTP), and this is a full reading lesson that you will see in my course, too. The course, between now and September 22nd, can be bought at a super reduced cost (bundle) with Structure & Written Expression for just $100! That’s right, three courses for just $100 for the first week and you can buy them now, too!
Nonetheless, the techniques I have in this video/podcast are going to be superb in understanding the context of paragraphs and these types of questions. Tune in!
The Civil War created feverish manufacturing activity to supply critical material, especially in the North. When the fighting stopped, the stage was set for dramatic economic growth. Wartime taxes on production vanished, and the few taxes that remained leaned heavily on real estate, not on business. The population flow from farm to city increased, and the labor force it provided was buttressed by millions of newly arrived immigrants willing to work for low wages in the mills of the North and on the railroad crews of the Midwest and West.
Government was nothing if not accommodating. It established tariff barriers, provided loans and grants to build a transcontinental railroad, and assumed a studied posture of nonintervention in private enterprise. The social Darwinism of British philosopher Herbert Spencer and American economist William Graham Summer prevailed. The theory was that business, if left to its own devices, would eliminate the weak and nurture the strong. But as business expanded, rivalry heated up. In the 1800’s, five railroads operating between New York and Chicago were vying for traffic, and two more were under construction. As a result of the battle, the fare between the cities decreased to $1. The petroleum industry suffered from similar savage competition, and in the 1870’s, many oil industries failed.
The word “feverish” in line 1 is closest in meaning to
Sickly and slow
Which of the following is closest in meaning to the word “critical” in line 1?
The phrase “the stage was set” in line 2 is closest in meaning to which of the following?
The play was over
The progress continued
The foundation was laid
The direction was clear
The phrase “real estate” in line 4 refers to
Tools and machines
Land and buildings
The word “buttressed” in line 5 is closest in meaning to
The word “accommodating” in line 8 is closest in meaning to
Which of the following could best be substituted for the word “posture” in line 10?
The word “prevailed” in line 11 is closest in meaning to
The phrase “left to its own devices” in line 12 means
Forced to do additional work
Allowed to do as it pleased
Made to change its plans
Encouraged to produce more goods
The word “vying” in line 14 is closest in meaning to
The word “savage” in line 16 is closest in meaning to