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What is the TOEFL test?

         If you are looking for undergraduate or postgraduate studies in the English language, you will have to take a test to prove your proficiency in the English language, and to improve your skills and language abilities required necessary for studying.  The TOEFL is one of the standardized tests related to measuring language abilities in the English language.

         The TOEFL test is organized by the ETS, and the test is of two types, the first is a paper-based test (PBT) and the second is Internet-based (IBT), and the main purpose of the test is to measure your ability to understand spoken and written English and to identify the suitability of your written ability in English to the university level.

         The TOEFL test is recognized in more than 130 countries worldwide, and more than 7,500 university colleges and other educational institutions accept the TOEFL test worldwide, and the results of the TOEFL test are used for admission to English language study programs, by enrolling in a scholarship, or for immigration. The test was developed to measure the English language proficiency of foreign students wishing to study at American and Canadian universities.

         Thus, the test system was designed to accurately fit the many study destinations, and suit the American university examination system, and now most universities in the United Kingdom accept the TOEFL.

          Test parts The parts of the TOEFL test do not differ much in the two types, whether (PBT) or (IBT), and it consists of four sections: reading You will be asked to read a few paragraphs of different articles. Similar to those taught at the university level, answer the questions that follow each paragraph in the form of MCQ = Multi Choice Questions, and the questions are designed to assess your understanding during reading of the main facts, vocabulary and language style.


             In this part you will hear excerpts from talks or conferences. Most of them are about university life, such as a conversation between a student and a teacher or a lecture in a field of study.  the questions are multiple  choice. The condidate will be ask aboute details, and vocabulary. The words are familiar and easy to understand .You may hear words like:“eh” or “mm” or sometimes groans during Conversations.


           The speaking  is through a microphone that records what you say, and later, the examinee listens to your answers and evaluates you accordingly, you will be asked common questions about  your town or your favorite teacher, and in two other questions, you have to infer  an information  from the text or conversation then  , give your opinion about it .Also , you will have to summarize information from of a short conversation.


            At the end, you will have to write two short essays . In the paper-based exam (PBT), you will be given important topics to write about such as: “How has Internet changed our lives” or “If you could change one thing in your country, what would it be?” In the second type (IBT), you will need to analyze material from a text or lecture given to you and you will have to write a discursive essay, analyzing the information given.


What will you  study in the TOEFL test preparation course ?

               You will be qualified to solve various test models throughout the course. Develop academic writing skills Developing listening skills with continuous training in listening lectures and conversations Developing conversational skills with continuous practice with competent professors and boost self-confidence to pass it easily.


            IELTS or International English Language Testing Syste, it is an English  test and that is  most approved by British and canadian universities and governmemt departements ,it  started in 1989. The IELTS exam is a good tool through which the capabilities and mastery of the English language is tested .  There are about 120 countries that offer and acknowledge this exam,  there are 3800 international universities that also require it. The number of test takers is nearly half a million early. The IELTS exam is administered by the University of Cambridge in cooperation with the British Council and also with IDP Australian Education. The IELTS exam is divided into four sections: reading, writing, speaking and listening, the exam can be taken more than once.
           This test is offered to certain people who need it, including: those who want to pursue higher studies, especially in British and Australian universities that require IELTS as an English language proficiency test. This latter is required in the application of studying abroad.  There are many fields that require this exam,graduate Studies,as well as those who are  wishing to take the course to help with job offers  and to increase proficiency in the English language and immigration.
             Characteristics of the IELTS:
                     This test is divided into four sections,  reading , writing , speaking and listening.The test lasts approximately 3 hours . The condidate  is  tested through 4 sections:
Reading: There are three different passages and are followed by 40 questions,It takes 60 minutes long. it includes a detailed text presentation where you have to understand it and prove your understanding of some of the complex information it contains in a concise manner. The forms for the reading test consist of the following:
• Three long sites for reading with some assignments.
• The reading texts vary between an analytical text, a rhetorical text, a factual text, and a descriptive text.
• Some texts contain many verbal materials represented in illustrations and graphs.
• Consists of yet real texts that are taken from newspapers and books.
Listening: The listening exam contains 4 sections and followed by 40 questions , it lasts 40 minutes, 30 minutes for the test and 10 minutes to transfer the answers . The first section is a converstaion between 2 people  about everyday situations. The second one is a monologue about everyday situations , but the speakers make less pauses and the condidate here has to focus on facts . Section 3 is a conversation between 2,3,4 speakers about educational or training situtaion .In this section , the speakers speak faster .The condidate has to focus on facts and attitudes. In section 4, The condidate listens to a monologue about an academic subject . The professor here speaks faster and uses a wide range of vocabulary.
 Writing: It is an exam that consists of two tasks.  The first task involves the special presentation of a table, a graph, or  a chart, and is asked to describe, summarize, or clarify information about it. the piece of writng should contain at least 150 words and the second writing, which is an essay about a specific topic, it  should contain at  least 250 words . The test lasts 60 minutes long .
Speaking : this section  is devided into 3 parts :  in the first part , the examiner askes the condidate simple questions , starting from the personal information to common and familiar topics like : free time activities, hobbies, or habbits .In the second part, the examiner gives the condidate a card written on it a question .This latter thinks for 1 minute and answers it .In the third part , the examiner asks further questions about the second one to test the accuracy of the grammar as well as the vocabulary.

The questions in the IELTS reading form are:
• Matching features.
• Complete the tables.
• Complete figures and charts.
• Recognize and identify information.
• Matching addresses.
• Multiple choices.
• Complete the summary
• Complete the flow chart.
• Identification of information.
• Matching information.
• Matching Features
• Matching addresses.
• Complete the sentences.
• Short answer questions.

Types of IELTS exam:
There are two types of IELTS exam:
 Academic : It is a test for international students who want to travel to study abroad at one of the institutions of higher education located in the English-speaking countries.
 General :  the test is given to people who immigrate to English speaking countries, for work or residence.
The difference between the two tests is in the reading and writing tests, as it measures general skills, as well as academic skills, and the listening and speaking tests are similar in both tests.

Exam results date for IELTS:
                   Exam results are viewed 13 days after taking the exam on paper, and 3-5 days after taking the exam via computer. The results can be viewed through the exam takers’ electronic entrance portal, and the results are available online from the day they are issued until 28 day, and it is not considered an official document to be adopted.

Computer-based IELTS test:
             IELTS computer-based test is a test that is the same as the IELTS test test, but the difference is that the computerized test is answered via a computer where the answer is written on the keyboard, unlike IELTS practice tests, which are tests that are solved on a paper using a pencil. The computer-based test is in the same order as the practice test, and the listening test for the computer-based test is shorter than the paper-based test.
As for the place of the two tests, it is in one of the rooms prepared for the test, and a computer or paper and pens are available according to the types of the  test. The computerized test is characterized by the presence of a microphone and
 noise-canceling headphones to not interfere with the examiner's performance, and you can choose between computer-based or paper-based tests, and you choose the most appropriate one for you.

IELTS test scores
Everyone is wondering how much is the IELTS score, which is divided into seven sections with 9 degrees, each degree has a specific assessment, which are as follows:
• The highest score is 9 and stands for Expert user.
• A grade of 8, which is in second place, and means that the practitioner is a very good user.
• A score of 7, which is in the third place, and means that the practitioner is good.
• Degree, which is in the fourth rank and means that the practitioner is a competent user.
• A score of 5, which is in the fifth place, and means that the practitioner is a modest user.
• Degree 4 which is ranked sixth and means that the practitioner is a limited user.
• Score 3 which is the seventh and means an extremely limited user .
• A grade of 2, which is in the eighth position, and means that the practitioner is an intermittent user.
• Grade 1 which is the last rank and means that the person is a non-practicing person.
Most universities need your IELTS score to be between  6 or 7, all of which vary according to your level of study and your major.
 The highest score in IELTS is 9, which indicates that the practitioner is an expert user and means that he has passed the test.

Business English course:
        It is a special course as it saves a lot of the time of learning the English language by focusing on the right terminology , rules and phrases that you will need to serve your business directly, instead of wasting a long time learning the English language in general.  This course is directed to businessmen, managers and consultants to help them increase their English speaking skills in various situations, such as social events, phone calls, presentations, or communicating  with colleagues, managers .

What will you study?
• Building Relationship for Business purposes .
• Welcoming others.
• Start your first conversation in English - Start your first conversation
• Breaking the ice.
• Business writing skills.
• Business meetings.
• Negotiations.
• Presentations.
• Building relationships.
• Team Management.
• Writing letters professionally via e-mail (addressing managers, employees, co-workers, companies)
• Writing complaints and responding to complaints
• Enhance your CV and improve your chance of future professional success.
• Writing notes.
• Phone calls in English - Telephoning for Business
• Start your first call in English - Start your Telephone first call.
• Receiving incoming calls in English - Receiving calls.
• Setting Up appointments.
• How to end calls in English - Ending calls.
• Presentations in English - Business Presentations.
• Presentation technique and preparation.
• Presentation Structure.
• How to make a good impression in English while giving a presentation - Making the good impression.
• How to get the audience's attention . - Holding the audience's attention.
• A brief and adequate presentation of the presentation in English - summarizing and concluding.
• Questions and discussion after completing the presentation - Questions and discussion.
• Business meetings in English - Business Meetings.
• purposes of a meeting.
• Starting the meeting .
• Interrupting and handling interruptions.
• Asking for and giving clarification.
• Ending the meeting.
• Negotiation in English - Business Negotiations.
• Types of negotiations.
• Preparation for a negotiation process in English - Preparation for a negotiation.
• Making an opening statement.
• Types of negotiators.
• Dealing with conflict.
• Declining .
• Ending the negotiation.

The aim of the 'IEnglish' Business English course is not only to provide language training, but also to enable you to take advantage of opportunities for professional advancement. Many career advancement opportunities require more interaction with employees, colleagues and partners, which increases the importance of communication. By being confident in your English-speaking abilities, you can access career opportunities that improve your job satisfaction and overall quality of life.
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