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The Longman Preparation Course for the TOEFL#xAE; Test: iBT, Second Edition, by Deborah Phillips, gives students all the tools they need to succeed on the new TOEFL#xAE; integrated-skills test. Providing both a comprehensive language skills course and a wealth of practice for all sections of the test, the Longman Preparation Course for the TOEFL#xAE; Test: iBT, Second Edition, is appropriate for courses in TOEFL test preparation or as a supplement to more general ESL courses. #xA0; Click hereto order the Audio CDs. #xA0; New to the Second Edition #xA0; The New CD-ROM: New "Send" featureallows electronic submission of reading/listening results and writing and speaking responses. Completely different material from that in the book Pop-up explanations for all items on the CD-ROM Self-assessment and record-keeping tool A New Website: Track your students#x19; progress quickly and easily. View your students#x19; results electronically. Read and listen to your students#x19; written and spoken work #x13; then send feedback. Work from home #x13; all you need is an Internet connection. The Student Bookfeatures:#xA0; Updated materialfor all the new types of passages and questions on the test Diagnostic pre-tests and post-teststhat allow students to identify strengths and weaknesses and assess improvement in each section. Practice sectionsfor the four skills: Readingprovides practice exercises in the new test formats, including filling in a table or chart and paraphrasing Listeningprovides authentic conversations in an academic setting and academic lectures with new questions about a speakers#x19; attitude or purpose Speakingincludes personal and expository tasks and integrated tasks Writingconsists of expository and integrated tasks: reading/listening/writing Eight Mini-Teststhat preview the test#x19;s integrated four-skills format Two complete Practice Teststhat familiarize students with the actual test formatting and timing #xA0;The CD-ROMfeatures: Completely different materialfrom that in the Student Book Practicesections for all parts of the test, including speaking Eight mini-testsand two complete tests Pop-up explanationsfor all items on the CD-ROM Easy-to-use scoringand record keepingto monitor progress New "Send" featureallows electronic submission of reading/listening results and writing and speaking responses Note:You must have the Audio CDs to use the listening material (the Skills Practice, the Mini-Tests, and the Computer Tests) in the textbook. The audio material on the CD-ROM is different from that on the Audio CDs.Click hereto order the Audio CDs. #xA0; #xA0; System Requirements #xA0; Windows Windows 2000 or XP 500 MHz or higher processor 25 MB available on hard drive #xA0; Macintosh Mas OS X (10.1.3 and higher) Power PC processor (200 MHz or higher recommended) Power PC G3 (333 MHz or higher recommended) 20 MB available on hard drive #xA0; Both Systems 128 MB RAM minimum (192 MB RAM or higher recommended) Quad-speed CD-ROM drive Sound card, speakers, and computer microphone (or other recording device) Internet connection (for electronic submission) #xA0;
Table of Contents
|Vocabulary and Reference|
|Understand vocabulary from context|
|Reading Exercise 1|
|Reading Exercise 2|
|(Skills 1-2):Coral Colonies Sentences|
|Simplify meanings of sentences|
|Reading Exercise 3|
|Insert sentences into the passage|
|Reading Exercise 4|
|(Skills 3-4):Theodore Dreiser|
|Reading Review Exercise|
|(Skills 1-4):Pulsars Details|
|Find factual information|
|Reading Exercise 5|
|Understand negative facts|
|Reading Exercise 6|
|Reading Review Exercise|
|(Skills 1-6):Caretaker Speech Inferences|
|Make inferences from stated facts|
|Reading Exercise 7|
|Infer rhetorical purpose|
|Reading Exercise 8|
|(Skills 7-8):Ella Deloria|
|Reading Review Exercises|
|(Skills 1-8):Early Autos Readingto Learn|
|Select summary information|
|Reading Exercise 9|
|Complete schematic tables|
|Reading Exercise 10|
|Reading Review Exercise|
|A Problem with a Class Sleep|
|Understand the gist|
|Listening Exercise 1|
|Understand the details|
|Listening Exercise 2|
|Listening Review Exercise|
|(Skills 1-2):Anthropology Paper Pragmatic Understanding|
|Understand the function|
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