TOEFL iBT Advanced Grammar Skills
Get to know the differences between American English and British English grammar as well as grammar essential for successful TOEFL score.
Possessing advanced grammar skills in any language usually means that your language competency is also advanced. That is why it is understandable one must want to have advanced grammar competency to successfully pass TOEFL. Excellent grammar skills are important for effective reading and writing of the passages, listening and understanding of the oral speech as well as good completion of the speaking task.
BrE vs. AmE Spelling
Read about some of the differences between the spelling systems of the British English and American English languages, so that you are consistent in your spelling throughout the writing task of the TOEFL.
Grammar Skills Overview
Check out the grammar skills level and requirements in the iBT TOEFL. Get to know the range of grammar items one need to study for a successful TOEFL score.
Miscellaneous Grammatical Differences
Learn the differences in noun-verb agreement, verb auxiliaries and complementation in American and British variants of the English language.
Prepositions and Adverbs
Look through the main dissimilarities in the usage of prepositions and adverbs in British English and American English.
Selected Vocabulary Differences
Look through the vocabulary, which is differently used in the American and British variants of the English language.
Use of Tenses
The article touches upon the main tense usage differences between British and American variants of the English language.
Check out main differences between American and British English ways of making the past participle forms of some irregular verbs.