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Free download Check Your English Vocabulary for TOEFL 4th Edition

Free download Check Your English Vocabulary for TOEFL 4th Edition

Posted on July 28, 2016

Check your English Vocabulary for TOEFL is one of several books in the Check your English Vocabulary series. These books are designed to help students of English (and those who are working or who want to work in an English-speaking environment) to develop and practice the essential vocabulary that they would need to know or use on a day-to-day basis, or in order to get a better grade in an exam.
There are currently 15 books in the series:
Check your English Vocabulary for Academic English
Check your English Vocabulary for TOEFL®
Check your English Vocabulary for TOEIC
Check your English Vocabulary for IELTS
Check your English Vocabulary for FCE+
Check your English Vocabulary for PET
Check your English Vocabulary for Phrasal Verbs and Idioms
Check your English Vocabulary for Business and Administration
Check your English Vocabulary for Law
Check your English Vocabulary for Medicine
Check your English Vocabulary for Computing
Check your English Vocabulary for Leisure, Travel and Tourism
Check your English Vocabulary for Human Resources
Check your English Vocabulary for Banking and Finance
Check your English Vocabulary for Living in the UK
You should not go through the exercises mechanically. It is better to choose areas that you
are unfamiliar with, or areas that you feel are of specific interest or importance to yourself.
Remember that you should keep a record of new words and expressions that you learn,
and review these from time to time so that they become an active part of your vocabulary.
There is a vocabulary record sheet at the back of the book which you can photocopy as
many times as you like. Use this to build up your own personal vocabulary bank.
We recommend that you have a good dictionary with you, and refer to it when necessary.
However, always try to do the exercises without a dictionary first, and then use the
dictionary to check anything that you are not sure of. A particularly useful reference is the
Macmillan English Dictionary for Advanced Learners. You will find a free on line version of
this at www.macmillandictionary.com. When you open the web page, make sure you
choose ‘American’, which you will find by clicking on ‘Options’ at the top of the page

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