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  1. Newbie
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      • Native Language:
      • Vietnamese
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      • Vietnam
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      • Vietnam

    • Join Date: Jun 2011
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    Please listen to my recordings and judge them

    Hi! I'm a student in Vietnam, and I'm going to take the Toefl ibt test in a few months. The problem is I don't have any teacher who can judge how good my speaking responses are. I hope people in this forum can help me.
    Please have some comments on my speaking responses.
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      • Denmark
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    Smile Re: Please listen to my recordings and judge them

    Dear, Coolmam9x

    After having analysed your TOEFL speaking performance, I can summarise as follows:

    You are making good and relevant contributions and your answer length is appropriate. Your strong points are vocabulary and collocation and you even make use of some idiomatic expressions. You rhythm and pace is, at times, quite good and convincing, but at times use of wrong stress patterns makes it difficult for the listener to understand individual words.

    Your least strong point is your pronunciation of individual lexical items (individual words).

    Speaking performance on the iBT scale os situated at around 90 to 95.
    Keep up the good work!

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