Whenever talking about an exam, a question always comes up. It's "how difficult is the exam?" It is no difference with the TOEFL. Before taking the test, many test takers wonder about the difficulty level of the TOEFL. Unfortunately, there is no simple answer to that question. TOEFL is a language test and real research has proved that it is very difficult to scientifically determine the difficulty level of a language. However, we will try our best to estimate the difficulty level of the TOEFL with all the information we know.
The speaking section of the iBT TOEFL® test is a measure of how well you can express yourself in English effectively in an academic setting both inside and outside a classroom. There are two tasks under this section, all drawing on real-life situations that students encounter:
During a class, where students must be able to answer or ask questions, partake in academic discussions, give a summary of what they read and hear as well as express their views on the topics under discussion.
Outside the classroom. Students need to hold casual interactive conversations, express their views and generally communicate with people in such places as the bookstore, cafeteria or in the accommodation centers.
Here are a list of 44 TOEFL® Independent Speaking question 2 questions that were found in TOEFL test in 2013. You can practice our speaking 2 questions at http://www.toeflnetwork.com/speaking/2.
1. Do you think it is a great idea to work a year before going to the university?
2. Do you prefer to watch movie in theater or at home?
3. Do you agree or disagree "Phones should prohibited in certain places ?
4. Do you agree or disagree with the statement that it's a waste of time for students to take courses outside their major field? Explain your answer in details.
5. Do you agree or disagree with the following statement and why? People don’t need to memorize historical events or references because they can find such information from the Internet very easily nowadays.