- Talk about a time when you accomplished something you did not think you could do What do you accomplish Why did you think you could not do it 47
- TPO 06 - Question 4 Explicit Memories and Implicit Memories In everyday life, when people speak of memory, they are almost always speaking about what psychologists would call explicit memories. An explicit memory is a conscious or intentional recollection 90
- Which one do you prefer to read? Novels, poetry, and magazines. 80
- TPO 01 - Question 6 70
- TPO 04 - Question 4 Verbal and Nonverbal Communication When we speak with other people face-to-face the nonverbal signals we give—our facial expressions, hand gestures, body movements, and tone of voice—often communicate as much as, or more than, the 83
22 in 30
1. try to use 'first', 'second' to better organize the content
2. try not to repeat words or phrases, like: 'often', 'fun'
3. try not to use 'it is really....'
I used to use first and first then I worked so hard to change it because most of tutors that I worked with they said native speakers don't use them. They use also. I got confused
Use them for sure because it helps better organize the content. If not, the first reason 'for fun' is for the whole topic? or only for the first reason? is not clear.
The following users got 26 to 29 in the TOEFL speaking. All of them are asked to use 'First, Second', however, only need to use 'First, Second', don't need to use any other transition words in Q1/Q2 in order to foucs on the main contents.