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    Academic Article Source on Science for Toefl reading.

    Hi,

    i plan to take a toefl test, but what bugs me more in the test is the reading section; therefore i decided to improve my word knowledge and am looking for articles at toefl level; however, i cannot find any proper website for that.

    i am sure for most of you it is easy to find such articles at toefl reading level on internet; but for me it is really hard, please help me with that; i really am thankfull to any kind of help.

    Thanks,

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    Re: Academic Article Source on Science for Toefl reading.

    Quote Originally Posted by malogranata View Post
    Hi,

    I plan to take a TOEFL test, but what bugs me more in the test is the reading section (no semi-colon required) therefore I decided to improve my word knowledge and am looking for articles at TOEFL level. However, I cannot find any proper good websites for that.

    I am sure for most of you it is easy to find such articles at TOEFL reading level on the internet (no semi-colon required) but for me it is really hard, please help me with that. I really am thankfull thankful/grateful to for any kind of help.

    Thanks.

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    Welcome to the forum.

    Please look at the amendments I have made to your post in red. If you are going to take the TOEFL test, you definitely need to look at your use of capitalisation and punctuation. We don't use semi-colons anywhere near as frequently as you did. It is very important to capitalise the word "I" at all times.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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