Introducción al examen TOEFL

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Generalidades del examen TOEFL

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IELTS vs. TOEFL: ¬ŅCu√°l es la diferencia?

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Quiz: Generalidades del examen TOEFL

TOEFL Reading: Estructura y tipos de preguntas

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Simulador de TOEFL Reading: Antes de Empezar

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TOEFL Reading Section: Tipos de Pregunta Parte 1

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TOEFL Reading Section: Tipos de Pregunta Parte 2

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TOEFL Reading Section: Tipos de Pregunta Parte 3

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TOEFL Reading Section: Tipos de Pregunta Parte 4

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Simulador de TOEFL Reading: Después de Practicar

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TOEFL Reading: Recomendaciones finales

Quiz: TOEFL Reading: Estructura y tipos de preguntas

TOEFL Listening: Estructura y tipos de preguntas

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Simulador de TOEFL Listening: Antes de Empezar

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TOEFL Listening Section: Tipos de Pregunta Parte 1

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TOEFL Listening Section: Tipos de Pregunta Parte 2

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TOEFL Listening Section: Tipos de Pregunta Parte 3

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Simulador de TOEFL Listening: Después de Practicar

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TOEFL Listening: Recomendaciones finales

Quiz: TOEFL Listening: Estructura y tipos de preguntas

TOEFL Speaking: Estructura y tipos de preguntas

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Simulador de TOEFL Speaking: Antes de Empezar

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TOEFL Speaking Section: Task 1 Pregunta Independiente

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TOEFL Speaking Section: Task 2 Pregunta Integrada

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TOEFL Speaking Section: Task 3 Pregunta Integrada

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TOEFL Speaking Section: Task 4 Pregunta Integrada

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Simulador de TOEFL Speaking - Después de Practicar

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TOEFL Speaking: Recomendaciones finales

Quiz: TOEFL Speaking: Estructura y tipos de preguntas

TOEFL Writing: Estructura y tipos de preguntas

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Simulador de TOEFL Writing: Antes de Empezar

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TOEFL Writing Section: Task 1 Pregunta integrada

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TOEFL Writing Section: Task 2 Discusión Académica

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Simulador de TOEFL Writing: Después de Practicar

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TOEFL Writing: Recomendaciones finales

Quiz: TOEFL Writing: Estructura y tipos de preguntas

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TOEFL Speaking Section: Task 3 Pregunta Integrada

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I have recorded the teacher instead and tracked the way he uses the language in 36 seconds of time. ![](https://static.platzi.com/media/user_upload/image-a8a69772-2257-42f0-b15c-f4363adc93f8.jpg) 1. He uses 3.5 seconds to speak his first sentence. 2. After that first complete sentence he utters additional information and spends 1 second in the process. His intonation becomes more important. 3. In the next 4 seconds he makes a question that lasts 1 second and gives an answer to it. 4. In the next 5 seconds he gives an example of how the process of the test goes. The linking word he uses here is AND. He does not use linking words when enumerating the steps of the process he is explaining. 5. The pauses between pieces of information he utters is around HALF A SECOND. Such half a second helps to the perception of the consecutive ideas in the enumeration. 6. Then he uses the next 8 seconds to comment on the explanation he has just given. That is, his comment is a series of well organized words with no pauses of HALF A SECOND. 7. This implies that he provides the main information in at least 16 seconds, using few linking words and lying on the pauses to make clear each of the important pieces of information. With such economy, specific HALF A SECOND pauses and few linking words, he explains the situation, and later he uses half of the time used previously in order to make a comment in a comforting tone. 8. Finally, he uses 12 seconds to extend on the next important aspect of speaking, which is time. The explanation lasts 12 seconds. He again resorts to use specific ONE SECOND pauses between meaningful phrases. His intonation DOWN-UP pattern is repeated five times, in the 12 seconds span of time, and HE USES NO LINKING WORDS AT ALL. 9. This means he uses no AH, UH, EH, and he does not try to give more information by trying to add words by using incoherent conjunctions.

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