10 Steps to TOFEL essay


The TOEFL test has a worldwide great importance , and hundreds of thousands need to pass it successfully every year, either to travel to a Western country ,to study or work, to be admitted to a particular university in their country, or to be able to live for a long time in an English-speaking country .


The TOEFL test is a comprehensive test of all components of modern English. It is divided into sections such as listening, grammar, vocabulary, and last but not least, essay writing. The writing of the essay is one of the most important parts of the test, because some students may make a mistake either in understanding the meaning of the subject specifically or that he talks about the targeted subject and other topics unwanted to talk about, wasting the degrees that were most needed.

The TOEFL test is half an hour long, and the student has the choice of either using the computer to print his article or writing it with his hand on papers given to him by the test supervisor. He can also ask for other white papers that he uses as drafts. And the use of the computer much better of course, in which all of written words will be obvious and  legible counter to what happens when someone writes by hand. And it is better for anyone who goes to the test not to request using of the computer only if he has experience to enable him to use the computer and the speed of typing. If you are a newbie to the computer or unfamiliar with the keyboard, handwriting is much better.

The book "10 STEPS TO TOEFL ESSAY" presented to the student in 10 pages written by Akram Mo'men. Each paragraph is translated into English for easy learning. The book begins by talking about the parts of the article in detail, as the article consists of three main parts: introduction, corpus and conclusion. Each of these three parts can consist of more than one paragraph. In the TOEFL test article, it is preferable to write an introduction consisting of one paragraph and also the conclusion, and the corpus can be composed of three paragraphs or more.

The introduction should be used to give the reader information about the main subject of the article. Identify related issues and the main ideas and gradually introduce them to the reader, so that they can understand why the article is focused on a specific topic. The introduction usually ends with a predicative sentence. This sentence tells the reader what you will discuss in your article and your  attitude.

To the your topic point (corpus), information and discussion is logically followed in the introductory sentence, and is supported by more information in the articles on the subject. It consists of several paragraphs. Each paragraph begins with a news story that links the current paragraph to the previous paragraph and links the paragraph to the subject. This sentence shows how closely the information contained in it relates to the main topic that you are dealing with in your article. This sentence is then explained, explained and interpreted in several sentences (all paragraphs of the paragraph) and supported by examples, details and evidence. Each paragraph ends with a final sentence that links the information in all paragraphs and reminds the reader of its relevance to the main subject of the article.
The conclusion usually begins by rephrasing the main sentence of the article. The conclusion summarizes the main points mentioned in the preceding paragraphs and concludes with a concluding statement on the relationship of the subject as a whole to the main idea mentioned in the introduction. It is not usual to present any new information at the end of the article. Everything that exists in the conclusion must be logically based on the information we have provided to the reader of the article. When reading the article, the reader does not like to be surprised by new information at the end of the article, and may not be mentioned in the article.






The TOEFL test has a worldwide great importance , and hundreds of thousands need to pass it successfully every year, either to travel to a Western country ,to study or work, to be admitted to a particular university in their country, or to be able to live for a long time in an English-speaking country .


The TOEFL test is a comprehensive test of all components of modern English. It is divided into sections such as listening, grammar, vocabulary, and last but not least, essay writing. The writing of the essay is one of the most important parts of the test, because some students may make a mistake either in understanding the meaning of the subject specifically or that he talks about the targeted subject and other topics unwanted to talk about, wasting the degrees that were most needed.

The TOEFL test is half an hour long, and the student has the choice of either using the computer to print his article or writing it with his hand on papers given to him by the test supervisor. He can also ask for other white papers that he uses as drafts. And the use of the computer much better of course, in which all of written words will be obvious and  legible counter to what happens when someone writes by hand. And it is better for anyone who goes to the test not to request using of the computer only if he has experience to enable him to use the computer and the speed of typing. If you are a newbie to the computer or unfamiliar with the keyboard, handwriting is much better.

The book "10 STEPS TO TOEFL ESSAY" presented to the student in 10 pages written by Akram Mo'men. Each paragraph is translated into English for easy learning. The book begins by talking about the parts of the article in detail, as the article consists of three main parts: introduction, corpus and conclusion. Each of these three parts can consist of more than one paragraph. In the TOEFL test article, it is preferable to write an introduction consisting of one paragraph and also the conclusion, and the corpus can be composed of three paragraphs or more.

The introduction should be used to give the reader information about the main subject of the article. Identify related issues and the main ideas and gradually introduce them to the reader, so that they can understand why the article is focused on a specific topic. The introduction usually ends with a predicative sentence. This sentence tells the reader what you will discuss in your article and your  attitude.

To the your topic point (corpus), information and discussion is logically followed in the introductory sentence, and is supported by more information in the articles on the subject. It consists of several paragraphs. Each paragraph begins with a news story that links the current paragraph to the previous paragraph and links the paragraph to the subject. This sentence shows how closely the information contained in it relates to the main topic that you are dealing with in your article. This sentence is then explained, explained and interpreted in several sentences (all paragraphs of the paragraph) and supported by examples, details and evidence. Each paragraph ends with a final sentence that links the information in all paragraphs and reminds the reader of its relevance to the main subject of the article.
The conclusion usually begins by rephrasing the main sentence of the article. The conclusion summarizes the main points mentioned in the preceding paragraphs and concludes with a concluding statement on the relationship of the subject as a whole to the main idea mentioned in the introduction. It is not usual to present any new information at the end of the article. Everything that exists in the conclusion must be logically based on the information we have provided to the reader of the article. When reading the article, the reader does not like to be surprised by new information at the end of the article, and may not be mentioned in the article.

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