About the TOEFL Speaking Test
The speaking section is the third part of the TOEFL. Students first respond to two independent speaking questions which ask their opinion on a range of situations and issues. Following that are four integrated questions where students must talk about a variety of reading and listening prompts.
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The most popular part of this site is our collection of templates for each question. They will quickly show you the best way to structure your answers on test day.
Guides for Each Speaking Question
We've also written detailed guides for each type of speaking question (they also include templates and videos):
- Personal Experience (Type 1)
- Personal Preference (Type 2)
- Campus Announcement (Type 3)
- General to Specific (Type 4)
- Problem and Solution (Type 5)
- Academic Lecture (Type 6)
Speaking Practice Match-Making
If you are looking for someone to practice speaking with, sign up and post a request on our Facebook group.
Our video series has been updated for 2018. Get started by watching our guide to the first question