Frequently Asked TOEFL Question #1 – American Or British English

Q:  Do I Have To Learn American English To Take The TOEFL Exam?

(This first entry comes from the FAQ page on the TOEFL Portal of GiveMeSomeEnglish!!!)

A:  No.  You do not need to learn “American English” to take the TOEFL Exam.

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To Find Out Why…

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Remember: If there are any words in this post that you do not know – look them up.  Though you do not need to waste time memorizing random lists of vocabulary words before taking The TOEFL Exam, it is always a good idea to look-up words that you do not know.  The TOEFL Vocabulary Data-Base is Excellent For This.  Even if you think you know them, you may be surprised, so if you see a word that you may “know” but can’t actually define or explain…  look it up.  I suggest Wikitionary.com

And if you have any questions, feel free to ask any time.


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10 Common Adjectives In American And British English

The 10 Most Common Very Common Adjectives


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Today’s Grammar lesson also falls into the category of Lexis, as this is providing you with some very helpful Vocabulary.

The title of the video says the “The 10 Most Common Adjectives…” however, that may not be absolutely true, as these things change according to people’s usage.  However, these are very common adjectives and I think that this is a helpful lesson.  So…


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(I Promise, No Click-Bait…  Just A [Adjective] Post About Some [Adjective] Information)


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Dropped Vowels and Disappearing Syllables – Pronunciation Lesson

Dropped Vowels and Disappearing Syllables

(Pronunciation Lesson)


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This is another excellent video lesson which (as with the previous one about Stressed & Unstressed Syllables) I have recommend to nearly every student that I have ever had a lesson with.


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(I Promise, No Click-Bait…  Only Incredibly Helpful Information)


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Ad vs Advert vs Advertisement

“Ad” vs “Advert” vs “Advertisement”


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This post originally came from the “This” vs “That” section of the GiveMeSomeEnglish!!! – Lexis Portal, and has been freshly updated for your reading and viewing pleasure…  (and your Educational Entertainment needs) 😉


So, What’s The Difference?

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