SALC

Here are some suggestions on how to use the SALC to practice and learn languages.

SALC - Here are some suggestions on how to use the SALC to practice and learn languages.

TOEFL iBT

TOEFL iBT

TOEFL

The computer-based TOEFL test has four sections.

Listening
— Measures ability to understand English as it is spoken in North America.

Structure
— Measures ability to recognize language that is appropriate for standard written English.

Reading
— Measures ability to read and understand short passages similar in topic and style to those that students are likely to encounter in North American universities and colleges.

Writing
— Measures ability to write in English on an assigned topic. In this section, you will have an opportunity to demonstrate your ability to write in English. This includes the ability to generate and organize ideas, to support those ideas with examples or evidence, and to compose in standard written English in response to an assigned topic.

If you want to practice for the TOEFLT iBT EXAM, click on the following links:

TOEFL iBT PRACTICE TEST

TOEFL Exam (Practice Test B)

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TKT COURSE MODULE 1

TKT COURSE MODULE 1

TKT book

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TKT Module 1: Grammar Practice test 1

TKT Module 1: Grammar Practice test 2

TKT Module 1: Lexis Practice test 1

TKT Module 1: Lexis Practice test 2

TKT Module 1: Lexis Practice test 3

TKT Module 1: Lexis Practice test 4

TKT Module 1: Phonology Practice test 1

TKT Module 1: Phonology vowel transcription test 1

TKT Module 1: Phonology vowel transcription test 2

TKT Module 1: Phonology Transcription test 3

TKT Module 1: Functions practice test 1

TKT Module 1: Functions Practice test 2

TKT Module 1: Functions Practice test 3

TKT Module 1: Receptive skills Practice test 1

TKT Module 1: receptive skills practice test 2

TKT Module 1: Productive skills Practice test 1

TKT Module 1: Productive skills practice test 2

TKT Module 1: Motivation Practice test 1

TKT Module 1: Motivation Practice test 2

TKT Module 1: Motivation Practice test 3

TKT Module 1: Exposure and focus on form Practice test 1

TKT Module 1: Exposure and focus on form Practice test 2

TKT Module 1: the role of error Practice test 1

TKT Module 1: the role of error Practice test 2

TKT Module 1: Differences between L1 and L2 learning Practice Test 1

TKT Module 1: Differences between L1 and L2 learning practice test 2

TKT Module 1: Differences between L1 and L2 learning practice test 3

TKT Module 1: Differences between L1 and L2 learning practice test 4

TKT Module 1: Learner characteristics Practice test 1

TKT Module 1: Learner characteristics Practice test 2

TKT Module 1: Learner needs Practice test 1

TKT Module 1: Learner needs Practice test 2

TKT Module 1: Presentation techniques and introductory activities Practice test 1

TKT Module 1: Presentation techniques and introduction activities practice test 2

TKT Module 1: Practice activities and tasks for language and skills development Practice test 1

TKT Module 1: Practice activities and tasks for language and skills development Practice test 2

TKT Module 1: Assessment types and tasks mid-guide task

TKT Module 1: Assessment types and tasks Practice test 1

TKT Module 1: Assessment types and tasks Practice test 2

TKT Module 1 Practice examination

Reading for Advanced C1

Reading for Advanced C1Reading 6

This section offers reading practice to help you understand long, complex texts about a wide variety of topics, some of which may be unfamiliar. Texts include specialised articles, biographies and summaries.

Each lesson has a preparation task, a reading text and two tasks to check your understanding and to practise a variety of reading skills. Make a start today.

Choose a reading lesson:

A biography of Kilian Jornet

A threat to bananas

Cultural behaviour in business

Four book summaries

Giving and receiving positive feedback

Reading for Upper Intermediate B2

Reading for Upper Intermediate B2

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This section offers reading practice to help you understand texts with a wide vocabulary where you may need to consider the writer’s opinion. Texts include articles, reports, messages, short stories and reviews.

Each lesson has a preparation task, a reading text and two tasks to check your understanding and to practise a variety of reading skills. Make a start today.

Choose a reading lesson:

An email from a friend

A short story extract

A Plastic Ocean: a film review

Asteroids

Cultural expectations and leadership

Instant messages

Millennials in the workplace

Star Wars and the hero myth

The Buy Nothing movement

The sharing economy

Reading for Intermediate B1

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READING FOR INTERMEDIATE B1

This section offers reading practice to help you understand texts with everyday or job-related language. Texts include articles, travel guides, emails, adverts and reviews.

Each lesson has a preparation task, a reading text and two tasks to check your understanding and to practise a variety of reading skills. Make a start today.

Choose a reading lesson:

A Conference Program

A flyer for a gym

A travel guide

An email request for help

Digital habits across generations

Encyclopedia entry

How to spot fake news

Innovation in business