Essay as a part of TOEFL for non-English speaking enrolle.
The Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) is a standardized test that institutions of higher learning offer to non-native or non-English speaking individuals who desire to enroll in universities that predominantly use English as the language of instruction. Therefore, the TOEFL test can be instrumental in proving literacy, competency in the English language, and affording an individual a chance to learn in the university. One of the requirements for the TOEFL test is that individuals being tested are required to write two essays as part of other competency tests. These essays should be original and written by the individual and cover a variety of issues and topics that allow the student to express themselves and demonstrate their abilities.
The TOEFL test can sometimes contain topics that require the student to argue for or against a particular issue. For example, the students can be presented with the following argumentative essays:
- The proliferation of the internet and internet resources has been largely beneficial to children, true or false?
- Is it true that experience is more important than grades in the current job market?
- Do you agree or disagree with the following statement? Religion impedes economic development.
- Do you agree that the generation of today has a better quality of life than previous generations?
- Do you agree with the following statement? Watching television and movies do not significantly influence the choices that people make in their lives.
- The success of an individual is more related to chance and their luck rather than their hard work and preparation. True or false?
- Do you agree with the statement that climate change is being made worse by various human activities or is it just a natural phenomenon?
- Electric cars will be preferred over oil cars in the next two decades. True or false?