NAMA KELOMPOK TUGAS BHS INGGRIS BISNIS 2
RENDY FERDIAN B. P. H
DINA AGUSTINA UNTARI
TOEFL is a test of the ability to speak English (American accent) are required to enroll in college (college) or university in the United States or other countries in the world. This exam is necessary for the registrant or speaker native language is not English. TOEFL exam is organized by the office of ETS (Educational Testing Service) in the United States for all test takers around the world. TOEFL English language test types are generally required for college entrance requirements in almost all universities in the United States and Canada both for undergraduate program (S-1) and graduate (S-2 or S-3). The results of the TOEFL test is also used as a material consideration regarding English language proficiency of prospective students applying to universities in other countries, including universities in Europe and Australia. In general, the TOEFL test is more oriented to American English, and a little different from the types of IELTS test is oriented to British English. Unlike IELTS, TOEFL test is generally not have individual part interview test. In addition to the TOEFL today have started to be used in the workplace as one of the mechanisms of recruitment or promotion ladder.
This test usually takes about three hours and is organized into 4 sections, namely sections:
grammar structure and written expression,
reading comprehension, and passage
On the telephone
Siti : Yes
Rendy : may, I Speak to Mrs.siti
Siti : yes, who’s speaking please??
Rendy : my name is rendy
Siti : one moment please, Mr.rendy.
Dialling the wrong number
Dina : hello, is mrreno there, please?
Siti : what number do you want?
Siti : this 88796
Dina : I’m sorry. I dialed the wrong number.
Siti : is that modem office equipment?
Dina : yes
Siti : could I speak to missnayla, pleas
Dina : I’m sorry. She’s out. Could you call back at three thrirty?
Siti : all right, thank you
1. Ask your partner to do the thigs below. Use this model :
a. Would you mind….ing….?
b. |not at all
| of Course Not
| All Right
a. Thanks| so much
| a lot
b. You’re welcome
1. Return these book to the library for me
2. Help me tidy the cupboard
3. Open the window. It’s very hot in here
4. Pass me the dictionary
5. Let me borrow your cassette player
6. Help me with this maths problem
7. Change this then dollar bill for me
8. Let me use your motorcycle for a little while
9. Let me have the stamps off your envelope
10. Let me look at your copy of newsweek
2. Nows ask your partner not to do the things below. Use this model:
a. Would you mind not……..ing…..?
b. |oh, all right
| oh sure
a. Thank you
1. Take so long on the telephone. I’d like to use it.
2. Play your radio so loud. I’m trying to read.
3. Close the window. It’s rather hot in here.
4. Talk so loudly. Im trying to work.
5. Use the air-conditioner. It’s very expensive to run.
6. Wear your shoes inside. Pleasa leave them outside the door.
7. Leave the door open. It’s rather windy today.
8. Eat your lunch in the class-room. Please eat outsid.
Read this passage
A day in my life
My day usually begins at six thirty. I get up and do some exercises for about fifteen minutes. Then i take my shower. After my shower i get dressed and have breakfest with my family. I usually have a light breakfest, consisting of toast and coffe. At seven thirty i leave for school.
I generally take the bus to school. I catch the bus near my house and then walk from the bus-stop to school. It takes about thrity minutes to get from my home to school. My frist class is at eight thirty and i usually finish school at three. Some times i say late to have a game of volleyball or to work in the library.
I usually reach home at around four o’clock. When i get home i like to watch tv a while. Then i start my homework. I have dinner at seven o’clock, after that i often have more homework to do. Sometimes i watch TV or go out with friends after dinner. I generally go to bed around then thrty.
TEFL (which, like TESOL, is pronounced as a word. The vowel sounds like the vowel in 'tell') is an abbreviation of Teaching English as a Foreign Language
The Test of English for International Communication (TOEIC) is "an English language test designed specifically to measure the everyday English skills of people working in an international environment."
There are different forms of the exam: The TOEIC Listening & Reading Test consists of two equally graded tests of comprehension assessment activities totaling a possible 990 score; the newer TOEIC Speaking & Writing Test comprises tests of pronunciation, vocabulary, grammar, fluency, overall coherence, and structure (organization of sentences) totaling a possible 400 score.
TOEIC Listening & Reading Test
The TOEIC Listening & Reading Test is a two-hour multiple-choice test consisting of 200 questions evenly divided into listening comprehension and reading comprehension. Each candidate receives independent scores for listening and reading comprehension on a scale from 5 to 495 points. The total score adds up to a scale from 10 to 990 points. The TOEIC certificate exists in five colors, corresponding to achieved results:
· orange (10–215)
· brown (220–465)
· green (470–725)
· blue (730–850)
· gold (855–990)
TOEIC Speaking & Writing Test
The TOEIC Speaking & Writing Test was introduced in 2006. Test takers receive separate scores for each of the two tests, or can take the Speaking test without taking the Writing test. The Speaking test assesses pronunciation, vocabulary, grammar, and fluency, while the Writing test examines vocabulary, grammar, and overall coherence and organization. The tests are designed to reflect actual English usage in the workplace, though they do not require any knowledge of specialized business terms. The TOEIC Speaking Test takes approximately 20 minutes to complete; the TOEIC writing test lasts approximately 60 minutes. Each test has a score range between 0-200, with test takers grouped into eight proficiency levels.