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Apakah Anda memerlukan sertifikat TOEFL institusional untuk melamar CPNS, BUMN, Perusahaan swasta, mengambil ijazah, melengkapi syarat ujian skripsi atau wisuda, atau mengikuti short course? Kalau iya, di sinilah tempatnya. Praktis. Murah. Valid. Terjamin. TOEFL lewat email. Prosesnya sbb.:

1. Kirim data pribadi Anda ke agussatoto@gmail.com dan englishkita@gmail.com atau kirim data pribadi lewat SMS, atau WA ke 081932100598

Nama:
Pendidikan Terakhir:
Alamat Email:
Telepon/Hand Phone:
Tujuan Test/Test Purpose: School / Work / Personal / Others
Alamat Lengkap:

2. Mengirim biaya test sebesar Rp. 400.000,- (empat ratus ribu rupiah) melalui transfer ke Bank BNI AC No. 0386658618 atas nama Agus Satoto. Biaya ini sudah termasuk biaya test, print dan scan sertifikat (2 original copies) dan pengiriman sertifikat lewat pos kilat.

3. Mengirimkan informasi (SMS/WA) ke 081932100598 setelah melakukan transfer dan memberitahu kapan, hari dan waktu Anda siap mengerjakan testnya.

4. Kemudian, satu set soal TOEFL test (listening, structure, dan reading) beserta Lembar Jawabnya akan segera dikirimkan ke alamat email. Seluruh test memerlukan waktu +/- 150 menit untuk menyelesaikannya

5. Kirim kembali Lembar Jawab yang sudah diisi ke agussatoto@gmail.com dan englishkita@gmail.com untuk dicek dan dinilai.

Selanjutnya, sertifikat diproses dan dikirim ke email (scanned filenya) dan alamat rumah/kantor (printout filenya).

Untuk proses informasi yang lebih cepat, silakan langsung sms atau WA atau LINE ke 081932100598.

ENGLISHKITA Communication (ENGLISHKITA) adalah lembaga kursus bahasa Inggris resmi berijin Departemen Pendidikan, sehingga semua kegiatan yang terkait dengan pelaksanaan pendidikan nonformal bahasa Inggris dan sertifikat atau ijazah yang dikeluarkan ENGLISHKITA bersifat resmi atau institusional, termasuk sertifikat TOEFL Score/TOEFL Prediction Score. Mohon maaf kami tidak melayani pembelian atau mendapatkan sertifikat TOEFL tanpa test.

Jika Anda memerlukan latihan gratis, silakan klik
https://englishkitacommunication.wordpress.com/2011/10/09/test-your-english-here/

Regards,

Agus Satoto, M.Hum

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Sungguh senang mendengar berita bahwa ratusan ENGLISHKITA Communication clients, yang mengambil test TOEFL di sini, kini sedang melanjutkan studynya di luar negeri. Ada yang di London, Perancis, Belanda, Jepang, Australia, dsb. Mereka berasal dari berbagai kota di seluruh penjuru Indonesia: Nabire, Sidoarjo, Bima, Denpasar, Padang, Banjarmasin, Ciamis, Bogor, Semarang, Demak, Jakarta, Bekasi, Tulung Agung, Riau, Makassar, dsb. Awalnya mereka ragu dengan layanan ENGLISHKITA Communication, tetapi setelah mengikuti dan mendapatkan sertifikatnya, Alhamdulillah proses studynya bisa berlanjut sesuai dengan yang diharapkan. Sebagian dari mereka ada yang mengambil test TOEFL sekali dan mendapatkan nilai atau score yang diperlukan. Sebagian lagi harus melakukan dua kali test sampai score yang diperlukan dicapai. Yang menarik lagi adalah fakta bahwa sejumlah clients ENGLISHKITA Communication mengambil test TOEFLnya ketika mereka masih di Amerika dan Australia. Karena satu dan lain alasan, mereka belum bisa pulang dari dinas. Sementara kantor mereka memerlukan sertifikat TOEFL Institusional. Nah, mereka sangat terbantu dengan sistem test online ini. Testnya bisa dikerjakan di Amerika dan Australia, atau bahkan di Libanon, namun hasilnya diproses di Indonesia, dan sertifikatnya langsung dikirim ke kantor mereka masing-masing.

Tidak hanya itu. Ratusan clients lainnya kini sudah tenang bekerja, setelah sebelumnya ‘khawatir’ dengan sertifikat TOEFL Institution yang harus mereka miliki.

ENGLISHKITA Communication tidak hanya menyediakan layanan bahasa Inggris (Training, Testing, dan Translating), tetapi juga membantu warga bangsa tercinta ini untuk bisa membangun harapan-harapan … antara lain melalui penguasaan  bahasa Inggris …

Regards,

Agus Satoto, M.Hum

Semakin banyak pengusaha atau wirausaha alias businessmen dan businesswomen (termasuk manajer dan direktur) yang sadar bahwa kemampuan berbahasa Inggris sangat membantu meningkatkan interaksi bisnis atau usahanya. Akan tetapi sebagian dari mereka merasa sudah terlalu tua atau tidak memiliki banyak waktu lagi untuk memulai belajar dan memperbaiki kemampuan bahasa Inggrisnya. Berbagai macam alasan diutarakan mengapa mereka tidak segera mulai belajar lagi, dengan segala keterbatasannya.

ENGLISHKITA Communication sangat berpengalaman dalam membantu kelompok orang seperti ini: punya dana, punya keinginan, punya kebutuhan, punya fasilitas, punya segalanya kecuali WAKTU.

ENGLISHKITA Communication menyediakan program-program:

ENGLISHKITA Meeting (English for Meeting), ENGLISHKITA Negotiation (English for Negotiation), ENGLISHKITA Travel, ENGLISHKITA Presentation, ENGLISHKITA Public Speaking, ENGLISHKITA Academic Writing, ENGLISHKITA General Conversation, dan berbagai program lainnya yang bisa disiapkan sesuai dengan kebutuhan.  Tempat belajar ‘flexible’: di rumah, di kantor, di restoran, dan di tempat-tempat lain …

Silakan hubungi 081932100598.

Regards,

Agus Satoto

Bisa berbahasa Inggris dan paham structure dengan baik TIDAK menjamin seseorang bisa berkomunikasi dan berdisuksi dalam bahasa Inggris secara efektif dan efisien. Proses komunikasi, khususnya dalam interaksi, memerlukan sejumlah kemampuan dan ketrampilan lain, misalnya: bagaimana menyajikan argumen, bagaimana mempertahankan argumen, bagaimana mengelola konsistensi topik pembicaraan/diskusi, bagaimana melakukan interupsi secara elegan, dsb.

ENGLISHKITA Discussion mengajarkan cara berkomunikasi, berdiskusi, berargumentasi, berinteraksi, bertanya, membantah, mempertahankan pendapat, dan lain-lainnya dalam bahasa Inggris.  Frasa-frasa, kosa kata, dan expression bahasa Inggris akan diajarkan sesuai dengan topik diskusi. Program ini sebaiknya diikuti secara kelompok, misalnya 3 orang, sehingga interaksinya bisa lebih maksimal. Akan tetapi, jika ingin sendirian, program ini juga baik. Jadwal bisa diatur mingguan, bulanan, atau bahkan harian. Topik bisa disesuaikan dengan minat, bidang study, atau bidang kerja para peserta.

Jika berminat, silakan hubungi saya di 081932100598 atau 081281026335 atau tulis email ke agussatoto@gmail.com dan englishkita@gmail.com  Untuk saat ini, program ini hanya tersedia secara offline/tatapmuka di Jakarta, Bogor, Depok, Tangerang, Serpong, Bekasi, Semarang, dan Yogyakarta.

Regards,

Agus Satoto, M.Hum

Mohon Maaf Lahir Batin

Kepada segenap pengunjung dan nasabah ENGLISHKITA Communication, kami sekeluarga mengucapkan Selamat Beridulfitri, mohon maaf segala khilaf dan keliru, dan semoga kita semua mendapatkan TAKWA Award dari Allah SWT.  Mari kita lanjutkan kegiatan dan kehidupan kita dengan tingkat takwa yang lebih kuat dan tinggi. May God Almighty bless us all with His Rahman and Rahim.

Regards,

Agus Satoto, M.Hum

ENGLISHKITA Communication

Training, Testing, Translating

T O E F L

(Test of English as a Foreign Language)

TOEFL iBT Overview

The term TOEFL is an acronym, which means that each letter stands for something. In this case, TOEFL stands for Test of English as a Foreign Language. It is created by an organization called ETS (Educational Testing Service), a professional test development organization, based in the USA.

The TOEFL is an English proficiency test for non-native speakers of English. It measures a person’s ability to read, write, speak and understand English used in college or university. This means it concentrates on the formal academic English used in lectures as well as the informal English used in normal campus life by students, professors and other college or university employees.

Most people take the TOEFL to get admission into colleges and universities where English is used or required. Some people take the TOEFL to fulfill the requirements of a government department, licensing board, certification agency, or scholarship program. In fact, today more than 6000 colleges, universities, and licensing agencies in 110 countries accept TOEFL scores.

Some career-minded students take the exam to improve their professional prospects by demonstrating their English language proficiency to future employers in their home countries.

Although the TOEFL may seem like a difficult exam, preparing for it actually helps you to improve your English in very powerful ways. That’s because studying at an English university is challenging – you have to do lots of reading, complete many written assignments, papers, and projects, and also deliver oral presentations. So all of the skills tested on the TOEFL iBT are real skills which you will need.

If you keep that perspective in mind, it will help you feel more positive about the whole experience and appreciate that these very skills will be essential for you in university and later, on the job.

TOEFL iBT Exam Details

The TOEFL iBT is the newest version of the older TOEFL test. It stands for TOEFL Internet-based Test, because this exam is delivered completely over the Internet in secure testing centres worldwide. You work only on a computer and do not need to meet or talk to a live examiner.

Some other terms you might also have heard are:

TOEFL CBt which stands for computer-based test

TOEFL PBt which stands for paper-based test.

These tests were used in the past, but today ETS is phasing out the other tests and replacing them with the TOEFL iBT in most countries.
The TOEFL iBT differs from previous TOEFL exams in four important ways: First, the new TOEFL includes integrated as well as independent questions. The exam covers all four language skills – reading, listening, speaking and writing. However, in the past, these four sections were each tested independently. The new TOEFL test combines the skill areas to ask integrated questions. For example, in the writing section, test takers will have to read, listen, and then write a short essay in response to a question. In the speaking section, they must read, listen, and give a 60-second oral response to a question. These integrated tasks are new features of the TOEFL iBT and are meant to reflect how English speakers really use the language.
It is thus important to note that you cannot study for the TOEFL iBT using the old TOEFL textbooks. Ideally, you should purchase at least one of the new TOEFL iBT textbooks — Delta, Barron’s, Longman, ETS, or Cambridge — and have access to the others.

Second, test takers now have to complete two writing responses, one of which is an integrated task. This demands additional academic skills such as notetaking, outlining, and summarizing in English.

Third, students are allowed to take notes at any time during the test.

Fourth, the TOEFL iBT has no separate grammar section, as in the past. However, grammar is tested indirectly through the writing and speaking sections of the test.

These are just a few of the critical points you need to be aware of to do well on the TOEFL iBT.

TOEFL iBT Reading

The Reading section of the TOEFL measures your ability to read and understand passages in English. This is a critical skill because students in North American universities are expected to read (a lot!), and to understand, discuss, write about, paraphrase, and summarize the ideas they have read.

The reading passages in the TOEFL iBT deal with subjects that students normally study in the first and second years of university. These include the natural sciences, social sciences, business, and the arts. The language used in the reading passages is formal and academic.

Nevertheless, you don’’t need any specific subject knowledge to do well in the Reading section. Of course, if your subject is economics, and there is a passage about economics, then no doubt you will feel more comfortable but you don’t need to have specific knowledge about economics to answer the questions.

In fact, the exam is testing your ability to read about different types of subject areas and still gain a basic, intelligent understanding of what has been written.

The purpose of the passages may be to describe something, to make an argument, to provide historical information or to give a biography of someone’s life.

TWO POSSIBLE VERSIONS

There are two possible versions of the TOEFL Reading Section:

  • The short version
  • The long version

The reason for this difference is that ETS – the makers of the TOEFL – experiment with certain passages for future tests and students are the ones they experiment on. That’s how it is.

So that means you may get three passages to read on your exam, or you might get five. Also, you don’t know which passages will be graded and which ones are experimental, so you have to do all of them as well as you can.

So if you have the short format, you have three passages of 20 minutes each and 12–14 questions each. That means this whole section would be 3 x 20 minutes, or 60 minutes long.

If you have the long format, you could get two additional passages which would mean that this section would be 100 minutes in all.

QUESTION TYPES

There are about 10 types of questions which you could get after each reading passage on the TOEFL. The way to get a high TOEFL Reading score is to become familiar with and master each type of question and to learn how to answer those types of questions correctly. The question types include identifying and recognizing:

  • facts and details
  • negative facts
  • referents
  • vocabulary in context
  • inferences
  • purpose
  • paraphrases
  • coherence
  • main ideas
  • logic of the information

ACADEMIC STRATEGIES

Learning and practicing certain reading and academic strategies can help you succeed on the TOEFL and after the TOEFL. These include: pre-viewing, reading faster, using context, making inferences, skimming, scanning, making connections, summarizing, taking notes and synthesizing,

Improving each of these sub-skills will enable you to get a higher overall score in the reading section.

 

 

TOEFL iBT Listening

The Listening section of the TOEFL iBT measures your ability to understand conversations and lectures in English.

In this part of the TOEFL iBT, you will encounter two types of language:

  • Informal, Non-academic, and Conversational – in the form of typical campus conversations – for example, between two students, a student and professor, etc.
  • Formal and Academic – in the form of lectures from various fields of study such as natural sciences, social sciences, the arts and business. Again, you don’t need any special knowledge to do well in this section.

The entire listening section consists of 2-3 conversational passages and 4-6 lectures. This takes about 40–60 minutes to complete because you could get some extra experimental listening passages. You hear the conversations and lectures only once but you are allowed to take notes. You will see the questions on the screen in addition to hearing them.

In general, the questions in the TOEFL iBT Listening section fall into three categories:

  • Basic comprehension questions
  • Pragmatic understanding questions
  • Connecting and synthesizing questions

TOEFL iBT Speaking

The Speaking section of the TOEFL iBT is about 20 minutes long and measures your ability to express yourself orally in English about a variety of topics. There are six tasks in this section, of two different kinds: independent and integrated.

The first two are independent tasks in which you are asked questions based on your personal knowledge and experience. An example of an independent task is “What event in your life made you very happy?” You are given the topic, you have 30 seconds to prepare, and 45 seconds to speak.

The next four are integrated speaking tasks, which are divided in the following way:

  1. In the first two, you have a short reading passage, then a listening, and then you have to speak. You are given 30 seconds to prepare and 60 seconds to speak.
  2. In the last two, you listen to a conversation or lecture and then speak in response to a question about it. You are given 20 seconds to prepare, and 60 seconds to speak.

You can take notes on paper, but you don’t have much time to write. The 30 seconds given during the Listening section of the TOEFL is just to organize your thoughts, not to actually think. Your preparation time is really in all your life up to that point.

TOEFL iBT Writing

The last section on the TOEFL iBT is Writing, for which you have a total of 50 minutes. This part measures your ability to communicate clearly in writing and compose well-organized essays using correct grammar, spelling, vocabulary, and sentence structure.

You are given two types of writing tasks:

  • Integrated
  • Independent

In the integrated TOEFL writing section, you will be given a short reading passage and listening passage on the same topic. You can take notes during this time. Then you will be given 20 minutes to write an essay of about 150-225 words, explaining how the listening passage either supports the reading passage or contradicts the reading.

The second part of the TOEFL Writing section is the independent essay. You are given one topic, and you have 30 minutes to write an essay of about 4-5 paragraphs, or 300-350 words. For key transition words and essay strategies which can earn you a top score in the independent essay, check the Writing Skills section.

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TOEIC

TOEFL
Paper

TOEFL
CBT

TOEFL
IBT

IELTS

Approximate
Level

0-250

0-310

0-30

0-8

0-1

Beginner

310-343

33-60

9-18

1-1.5

Middle Beginner

255-400

347-393

63-90

19-29

2-2.5

Upper Beginner

397-433

93-120

30-40

3-3.5

Low Intermediate

405-600

437-473

123-150

41-52

4

Middle Intermediate

477-510

153-180

53-64

4.5-5

Intermediate

605-780

513-547

183-210

65-78

5.5-6

Low Advanced

550-587

213-240

79-95

6.5-7

Middle Advanced

785-900

590-637

243-270

96-110

7.5-8

Upper Advanced

905-990

640-677

273-300

111- 120

8.5-9

Upper Advanced

990

677

300

120

9

Upper Advanced


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