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TOEIC Preparation and Presentation Skills WEEK 7 REVIEW AND EXAM PREPARATION IMIESL. WORDPRESS. COM

TOEIC Preparation and Presentation Skills WEEK 7 REVIEW AND EXAM PREPARATION IMIESL. WORDPRESS. COM

Schedule and Office Hours 9 – 10 10 – 11 11 – 12 12

Schedule and Office Hours 9 – 10 10 – 11 11 – 12 12 – 1 1– 2 2– 3 3– 4 4– 5 5– 6 Monday IMI 3 216 Tuesday IMI 3 b 319 6 -7 Wednesday Thursday IMI 4 21105 Friday Phil Marinier Office Hours (OH) imiesl. wordpress. com Office Hours EPH 3 319 BME 3 319 EPH 4 318 phil. [email protected] com Computer lab room 211 2

Exam STRUCTURE AND QUESTIONS

Exam STRUCTURE AND QUESTIONS

Exam • • Exam will be 1 hour long Exam will be the week

Exam • • Exam will be 1 hour long Exam will be the week of 1 May to 5 May Dr. Amarin will make the exam schedule and let you know when it is. Exam will be based on the TOEIC but will be focused on things that we learned in class

Exam Structure Part 1: Vocabulary and Grammar • Worth 30 marks out of 60

Exam Structure Part 1: Vocabulary and Grammar • Worth 30 marks out of 60 (30/60) • Question and Response 10 questions • Incomplete sentences 10 questions • Text completion 10 questions 3 texts Part 2: Reading Comprehension • Worth 30 marks out of 60 (30/60) • Each question is worth 2 points • Single Passage • Double Passage 10 questions 5 questions 3 texts 1 set of texts

Part 1: Vocabulary and Grammar Part 1 will cover the topics of: • Questions

Part 1: Vocabulary and Grammar Part 1 will cover the topics of: • Questions and question words • Subject, Object, and Possessive pronouns • Positive, Comparative, and Superlative adjectives • Verb tenses and verb conjugation • Vocabulary

Part 2: Reading Comprehension • Try to always choose the best answer • Each

Part 2: Reading Comprehension • Try to always choose the best answer • Each question will be worth 2 points • Some incorrect answers might be worth 1 point because they are close to the correct answer • For double passages, try to find the connections between the two texts • Only way to improve at reading comprehension is to practise • imiesl. wordpress. com • Practise Reading Materials • TOEIC Preparation

Questions and Question Words

Questions and Question Words

Questions and Question Words • Question words determine what information a question is asking

Questions and Question Words • Question words determine what information a question is asking for • The correct response gives information that matches the question word • Example: • Who is teaching this class? • I am teaching this class. “Who” is asking for a person “I” is a person

Question Words • Question words • • • Who: Who is, who does Person

Question Words • Question words • • • Who: Who is, who does Person What: What is, what does Thing Where: Where is, where does Place When: When is, when does Time Why: Why is, why does Reason How: How is, how does Method How many: Number How much: Quantity Which: Used when there is a choice Who does the scanning? What causes this injury? Where is my phone? When can we eat lunch? Why does the cheese smell? How do you fix this? How many people? How much weight? Which way do I go? 10

Pronouns

Pronouns

Pronouns • Since a pronoun replaces a noun, it has to be the same

Pronouns • Since a pronoun replaces a noun, it has to be the same number and gender as the noun it is replacing. • If you replace “Tom and Jerry” you have to use a plural pronoun • If you replace “Sarah” you have to use a female pronoun • • • Incorrect: The boy read their text book. (Wrong number) Incorrect: The boy read her text book. (Wrong gender) Correct: The boy read his text book. Pronouns have three forms: Subject, Object, and Possessive Subject and Object forms are used if the pronoun is the verb subject or object Possessive pronouns are used when something belongs to someone or something else.

List of Pronouns Male/Female Singular Male Singular Female Singular Neutral Male/Female Plural Male/Female Singular/Plural

List of Pronouns Male/Female Singular Male Singular Female Singular Neutral Male/Female Plural Male/Female Singular/Plural Subject I You He She It We You They Who Object Me You Him Her It Us You Them Whom Possessive My/Mine Your/Yours His Her/Hers Its Our/Ours Your/Yours Their/Theirs Whose

Adjective Form POSITIVE, COMPARATIVE, SUPERLATIVE

Adjective Form POSITIVE, COMPARATIVE, SUPERLATIVE

Adjectives • The form of the adjective will change when you compare 2 thing,

Adjectives • The form of the adjective will change when you compare 2 thing, or more than 2 things • If comparing 2 things, use the form “more ______ than” or “_____er than” • If comparing 3 or more things, use the form “most ______” or “ _____est” • If the adjective has 3 or more syllables, use “more” and “most” • If the adjective ends in “ful” use “more” and “most” • If the adjective ends in “ing” use “more” and “most”

Adjective Form Examples Positive (basic word) Brave Happy Cold Tasty Boring Careful Dangerous Beautiful

Adjective Form Examples Positive (basic word) Brave Happy Cold Tasty Boring Careful Dangerous Beautiful Delicious Comparative (2 things) Braver Happier Colder Tastier More Boring More Careful More Dangerous More Beautiful More Delicious Superlative (3 or more things) Bravest Happiest Coldest Tastiest Most Boring Most Careful Most Dangerous Most Beautiful Most Delicious Form Rule 2 syllables Ends in “ing” Ends in “ful” 3 syllables, “ful” 3 syllables

Verb Conjugation FORM OF A VERB DEPENDING ON THE SUBJECT

Verb Conjugation FORM OF A VERB DEPENDING ON THE SUBJECT

Verb Conjugation • The form of the verb will change depending on the subject.

Verb Conjugation • The form of the verb will change depending on the subject. • If the subject is He/She/It the verb almost always has an “S” at the end • He plays • She runs • It shakes • Replace the subject with a pronoun to see what the correct form of the verb should be • “Jack and Jill eat cupcakes. ” • “Mary likes Mark” = = “They eat cupcakes” “She likes Mark”

Verb Conjugation Table Example To Be I (Singular) You (Singular/Plural) He/She/It (Singular) We (Plural)

Verb Conjugation Table Example To Be I (Singular) You (Singular/Plural) He/She/It (Singular) We (Plural) They (Plural) Present Am Are Is Are Past Was Were Future Will be Will be The form of the verb for the subject of “He/She/It” and for the subject of “I” is different. Make sure the verb agrees with the subject. This verb is very important because it is used very often and for continuous tense

Verb Conjugation Table Example To Have I (Singular) You (Singular/Plural) He/She/It (Singular) We (Plural)

Verb Conjugation Table Example To Have I (Singular) You (Singular/Plural) He/She/It (Singular) We (Plural) They (Plural) Present Have Has Have Past Had Had Had Future Will have Will have The form of the verb for the subject of “He/She/It” is different. Make sure the verb agrees with the subject. This verb is very important because it is used very often and for perfect tense

Verb Tenses

Verb Tenses

Tense Overview • Simple Tense: Events that have a specific time • Use this

Tense Overview • Simple Tense: Events that have a specific time • Use this tense when referring to an entire event • Continuous/Progressive Tense: Events that occur over a time period • Use this tense when you are referring to being in the middle of an ongoing event • Perfect Tense: An event that happened in the past compared to a reference point • Use this tense when: • Referencing an event that has occurred/has been occurring until now • Referencing an event that already had occurred/had been occurring • Referencing an event that will have occurred/will have been occurring in the future

Simple and Progressive Tense Diagram

Simple and Progressive Tense Diagram

Perfect Tense Diagram

Perfect Tense Diagram

Question Response Examples

Question Response Examples

Example 1 • Where is the cafeteria? A. It’s in building C. B. It’s

Example 1 • Where is the cafeteria? A. It’s in building C. B. It’s very good, with a lot of different foods. C. I like to eat chicken 27

Example 1 • Where is the cafeteria? A. It’s in building C. B. It’s

Example 1 • Where is the cafeteria? A. It’s in building C. B. It’s very good, with a lot of different foods. C. I like to eat chicken 28

Example 2 • How did she get here before we did? A. B. C.

Example 2 • How did she get here before we did? A. B. C. D. She likes to be on time or early. She took the BTS while we were stuck in traffic. She’s waiting at the restaurant. She always takes the time to put on make-up before leaving the house. 29

Example 2 • How did she get here before we did? A. B. C.

Example 2 • How did she get here before we did? A. B. C. D. She likes to be on time or early. She took the BTS while we were stuck in traffic. She’s waiting at the restaurant. She always takes the time to put on make-up before leaving the house. 30

Example 3 • I don’t understand why he doesn’t like durian. A. B. C.

Example 3 • I don’t understand why he doesn’t like durian. A. B. C. D. He is a vegetarian. I only eat pineapple in the summer. It’s the king of fruits. Some people think that it smells like stinky feet. 31

Example 3 • I don’t understand why he doesn’t like durian. A. B. C.

Example 3 • I don’t understand why he doesn’t like durian. A. B. C. D. He is a vegetarian. I only eat pineapple in the summer. It’s the king of fruits. Some people think that it smells like stinky feet. 32

Example 4 • Why is George putting the jelly in the freezer? A. B.

Example 4 • Why is George putting the jelly in the freezer? A. B. C. D. E. F. He like his jelly to be cold He likes him jelly to be cold He like he jelly to be cold He likes his jelly to be cold He like him jelly to be cold He likes he jelly to be cold 33

Example 4 • Why is George putting the jelly in the freezer? A. B.

Example 4 • Why is George putting the jelly in the freezer? A. B. C. D. E. F. He like his jelly to be cold He likes him jelly to be cold He like he jelly to be cold He likes his jelly to be cold He like him jelly to be cold He likes he jelly to be cold 34

Example 5 • What is the fastest way to get to Siam Paragon from

Example 5 • What is the fastest way to get to Siam Paragon from here? A. B. C. D. I like to ride my bicycle in the park. There’s traffic downtown because of construction The skytrain is usually faster than a taxi during rush hour. My friend is a tuk driver. 35

Example 5 • What is the fastest way to get to Siam Paragon from

Example 5 • What is the fastest way to get to Siam Paragon from here? A. B. C. D. I like to ride my bicycle in the park. There’s traffic downtown because of construction The skytrain is usually faster than a taxi during rush hour. My friend is a tuk driver. 36

Example 6 • Do you know whose phone this is? A. B. C. D.

Example 6 • Do you know whose phone this is? A. B. C. D. It’s my. It’s me. It’s I. It’s mine. 37

Example 6 • Do you know whose phone this is? A. B. C. D.

Example 6 • Do you know whose phone this is? A. B. C. D. It’s my. It’s me. It’s I. It’s mine. 38

Incomplete Sentence Examples

Incomplete Sentence Examples

Example 1 • By the time his mother got home, Bob ____ video games

Example 1 • By the time his mother got home, Bob ____ video games for 5 hours. A. B. C. D. played was playing had played had been playing 40

Example 1 • By the time his mother got home, Bob ____ video games

Example 1 • By the time his mother got home, Bob ____ video games for 5 hours. A. B. C. D. played was playing had played had been playing 41

Example 2 • Instead of going to sleep at her regular time tonight, Sarah

Example 2 • Instead of going to sleep at her regular time tonight, Sarah _______ on her project that is due tomorrow. A. B. C. D. will work will be working will have worked will have been working 42

Example 2 • Instead of going to sleep at her regular time tonight, Sarah

Example 2 • Instead of going to sleep at her regular time tonight, Sarah _______ on her project that is due tomorrow. A. B. C. D. will work will be working will have worked will have been working 43

Example 3 • Tom is setting his alarm to wake up early because he

Example 3 • Tom is setting his alarm to wake up early because he _______ every morning. A. B. C. D. runs is running has run has been running 44

Example 3 • Tom is setting his alarm to wake up early because he

Example 3 • Tom is setting his alarm to wake up early because he _______ every morning. A. B. C. D. runs is running has run has been running 45

Example 4 • Tom is setting his alarm to wake up early because, the

Example 4 • Tom is setting his alarm to wake up early because, the last two months, he _______ in the morning. A. B. C. D. runs is running has run has been running 46

Example 4 • Tom is setting his alarm to wake up early because, the

Example 4 • Tom is setting his alarm to wake up early because, the last two months, he _______ in the morning. A. B. C. D. runs is running has run has been running 47

Example 5 • We wanted to drive to the beach, but our car ___

Example 5 • We wanted to drive to the beach, but our car ___ broken. A. B. C. D. am are is will be 48

Example 5 • We wanted to drive to the beach, but our car ___

Example 5 • We wanted to drive to the beach, but our car ___ broken. A. B. C. D. am are is will be 49

Example 6 • I’m not sure if I should buy a 250 cc motorcycle

Example 6 • I’m not sure if I should buy a 250 cc motorcycle or a 400 cc motorcycle. The 250 cc motorcycle is ______ but I don’t think it will be as much fun to ride. A. B. C. D. cheapest more cheaper most cheap 50

Example 6 • I’m not sure if I should buy a 250 cc motorcycle

Example 6 • I’m not sure if I should buy a 250 cc motorcycle or a 400 cc motorcycle. The 250 cc motorcycle is ______ but it I don’t think it will be as much fun to ride. A. B. C. D. cheapest more cheaper most cheap 51

Example 7 • You wanted to try playing ______ guitar? A. B. C. D.

Example 7 • You wanted to try playing ______ guitar? A. B. C. D. he him It his 52

Example 7 • You wanted to try playing ______ guitar? A. B. C. D.

Example 7 • You wanted to try playing ______ guitar? A. B. C. D. he him It his 53

Text Completion Examples

Text Completion Examples

Example 1 – Letter Dear Ms. Michaels: December 1 st, 2017 Merry Christmas. As

Example 1 – Letter Dear Ms. Michaels: December 1 st, 2017 Merry Christmas. As a _______ customer, we wanted to let you know about our upcoming holiday sale. All craft paper, specialty printer paper, and decorative envelopes will be reduced by 50% for the month of December. As is traditional at Sid's Stationery, we will be having a Christmas raffle. This year the grand prize is a 2 night stay for two at the Meridian Inn _______ Toronto Island. The winner will receive a stay in the penthouse suite as well as a free dinner on the moonlit patio. Money from ticket sales will be _______ to The Family Foundation, a local organization that provides food and clothing to those who need it most this Christmas. We look forward to seeing you this Christmas season. Yours truly, Sid and Sandy Chester

Example 1 – Letter Dear Ms. Michaels: December 1 st, 2017 Merry Christmas. As

Example 1 – Letter Dear Ms. Michaels: December 1 st, 2017 Merry Christmas. As a _______ customer, we wanted to let you know about our upcoming holiday sale. All craft paper, specialty printer paper, and decorative envelopes will be reduced by 50% for the month of December. (A) value (B) valued (C) valid (D) validate As is traditional at Sid's Stationery, we will be having a Christmas raffle. This year the grand prize is a 2 night stay for two at the Meridian Inn _______ Toronto Island. The winner will receive a stay in the penthouse suite as well as a free dinner on the moonlit patio. (A) through (B) on (C) over (D) at Money from ticket sales will be _______ to The Family Foundation, a local organization that provides food and clothing to those who need it most this Christmas. (A) purchased (B) donated We look forward to seeing you this Christmas season. Yours truly, Sid and Sandy Chester (C) funded (D) collected

Example 1 – Letter Dear Ms. Michaels: December 1 st, 2017 Merry Christmas. As

Example 1 – Letter Dear Ms. Michaels: December 1 st, 2017 Merry Christmas. As a _______ customer, we wanted to let you know about our upcoming holiday sale. All craft paper, specialty printer paper, and decorative envelopes will be reduced by 50% for the month of December. (A) value (B) valued (C) valid (D) validate As is traditional at Sid's Stationery, we will be having a Christmas raffle. This year the grand prize is a 2 night stay for two at the Meridian Inn _______ Toronto Island. The winner will receive a stay in the penthouse suite as well as a free dinner on the moonlit patio. (A) through (B) on (C) over (D) at Money from ticket sales will be _______ to The Family Foundation, a local organization that provides food and clothing to those who need it most this Christmas. (A) purchased (B) donated We look forward to seeing you this Christmas season. Yours truly, Sid and Sandy Chester (C) funded (D) collected

Example 2 – Memo TO: Sales Staff FROM: Management B. K. DATE: OCTOBER 9

Example 2 – Memo TO: Sales Staff FROM: Management B. K. DATE: OCTOBER 9 th, 2017 SUBJECT: FLYER MISPRINT Please be aware that there was a misprint in an advertisement for our store in this week's local free press. The ad says that on Saturday, all men's formal shoes will be 55% percent off rather _______ 15% off. If customers come in and ask about this sale, please _______ and explain the printing error. Offer them an additional 5% off coupon to thank them for coming into our store. The coupon can be given out even if the customer decides not to purchase any shoes. Please call a manager to the sales floor _______ you encounter any customers who have the ad with them and demand to receive the 55% discount. These cases will be handled on an individual basis. Thank you.

Example 2 – Memo TO: Sales Staff FROM: Management B. K. DATE: OCTOBER 9

Example 2 – Memo TO: Sales Staff FROM: Management B. K. DATE: OCTOBER 9 th, 2017 SUBJECT: FLYER MISPRINT Please be aware that there was a misprint in an advertisement for our store in this week's local free press. The ad says that on Saturday, all men's formal shoes will be 55% percent off rather _______ 15% off. (A) that (B) than (C) then (D) they're If customers come in and ask about this sale, please _______ and explain the printing error. Offer them an additional 5% off coupon to thank them for coming into our store. The coupon can be given out even if the customer decides not to purchase any shoes. (A) apologize (B) compromise (C) categorize (D) analyze Please call a manager to the sales floor _______ you encounter any customers who have the ad with them and demand to receive the 55% discount. These cases will be handled on an individual basis. (A) because Thank you. (B) whether (C) if (D) before

Example 2 – Memo TO: Sales Staff FROM: Management B. K. DATE: OCTOBER 9

Example 2 – Memo TO: Sales Staff FROM: Management B. K. DATE: OCTOBER 9 th, 2017 SUBJECT: FLYER MISPRINT Please be aware that there was a misprint in an advertisement for our store in this week's local free press. The ad says that on Saturday, all men's formal shoes will be 55% percent off rather _______ 15% off. (A) that (B) than (C) then (D) they're If customers come in and ask about this sale, please _______ and explain the printing error. Offer them an additional 5% off coupon to thank them for coming into our store. The coupon can be given out even if the customer decides not to purchase any shoes. (A) apologize (B) compromise (C) categorize (D) analyze Please call a manager to the sales floor _______ you encounter any customers who have the ad with them and demand to receive the 55% discount. These cases will be handled on an individual basis. (A) because Thank you. (B) whether (C) if (D) before

Exercises

Exercises

Exercise 1 – Question Response • Get together in groups of 5. • First

Exercise 1 – Question Response • Get together in groups of 5. • First person will make a statement • Example: I like chicken • Everyone else will ask a question about that statement using different question words • Why do you like chicken? • Where do you eat chicken? • Who do you eat chicken with? • Once the person has finished answering, someone else will make a statement.

Question Words • Question words • • • Who: Who is, who does Person

Question Words • Question words • • • Who: Who is, who does Person What: What is, what does Thing Where: Where is, where does Place When: When is, when does Time Why: Why is, why does Reason How: How is, how does Method How many: Number How much: Quantity Which: Used when there is a choice Who does the scanning? What causes this injury? Where is my phone? When can we eat lunch? Why does the cheese smell? How do you fix this? How many people? How much weight? Which way do I go? 63

Exercise 2 – Verbs • • • Get together in groups of 4 First

Exercise 2 – Verbs • • • Get together in groups of 4 First person will make a statement in the simple tense, in past, present, or future Second person will make the statement in the continuous tense Third person will make the statement in the perfect simple tense Fourth person will make the statement in the perfect continuous tense Make sure to use the correct conjugations of each verb depending on the subject

Simple and Progressive Tense Diagram

Simple and Progressive Tense Diagram

Perfect Tense Diagram

Perfect Tense Diagram

Verb Conjugation Table Example To Be I (Singular) You (Singular/Plural) He/She/It (Singular) We (Plural)

Verb Conjugation Table Example To Be I (Singular) You (Singular/Plural) He/She/It (Singular) We (Plural) They (Plural) Present Am Are Is Are Past Was Were Future Will be Will be The form of the verb for the subject of “He/She/It” and for the subject of “I” is different. Make sure the verb agrees with the subject. This verb is very important because it is used very often and for continuous tense

Exercise 3 – Story Translation • Get together in groups of 2 • Each

Exercise 3 – Story Translation • Get together in groups of 2 • Each group will write a story in Thai • Approximately 10 sentences • Funny or silly • Groups will trade stories and translate into English