This book contains 50 lessons, and each lesson introduces you to 12 new words in a specific context. If you study one lesson every day, in 50 days you can learn 600 new words. You will practice these words by doing exercises that look just like the questions on the TOEIC.
Developing skills for the TOEIC test is designed to help students prepare by providing practice with question formats, vocabulary, grammar, and structures commonly found on the TOEIC test.
Longman Preparation Series for the TOEIC test will help you review English grammar. The grammar items commonly tested on the new TOEIC test are reviewed here. You will learn grammar structures in TOEIC contexts.
ABC TOEIC listening comprehension and ABC TOEIC reading comprehension have been written for beginners whose ultimate aim is to take the TOEIC test.
Starter TOEIC is intended for beginning level students of English who need to start preparation for TOEIC. The book is designed to assist students through focused practice while developing familiarity with the format of the TOEIC.
Very Eeasy TOEIC has been designed for beginning-level students of English who need to start preparation for the TOEIC. This book contains 12 units, one practice test, and support with a transcripst and answer key. Each unit in this book contains a vocabulary section, a clear and concise grammar focus section, grammar exercises, and a mini test.
When people think of idioms, they tend to think of the more imaginative and colourful examples: tich the bucket, have a bone to pick with someone, full of beans, be barking up the wrong tree, …
At the intermediate/upper-intermediate level, we have concentrated on idioms and phrasal verbs which are likely to be of greatest value to learners in everyday English. To this end, you will find some vivid and colourful examples, but the majority are closer to the list above.
At advanced level, the vocabulary includes: An increased focus on different styles of English, e.g. informal English, newspaper journalism, formal letters…
At intermediate level, the vocabulary includes: A wide range of common topics, e.g. money, health issues, realtionships… Words and phrases needed in social interaction, e.g. giving opinions, making arrangements to meet … area of lexical grammar, e.g. prefixes and suffixes, link words