يعطيكم العافية على هذا المجهود الاكثر من رائع في هذا الصرح العلمي الكبير
بداية كنت حابب استفسر عن معلومة انا طالب بكلية الهندسة ومستواي باللغة الانجلزية جيد جدا
كنت اود الحصول على شهادة توفل فاود الاستفسار والمساعدة بخصوص المراكز التي تمنح هذه الشهادة
وتقدم دورات تحضرية بهذا الخصوص على ان تكون داخل غزة اي شخص يمكنه افادتي بهذا الموضوع الرجاء الرد وتحياتي
التوفل/ هو من اهم امتحانات اللغة الانجليزية والاكثر اعتمادا من قبل الجامعات, وهو اختبار يحدد مستوى الشخص في اللغة الانجليزية.
لذا أود ان اقدم لك بعض من المعلومات التي يمكن ان تفيدك وتفيد كل من يريد ان يبحث عن معلومات عن هذا الموضوع..
وفي هذا القسم يقوم الممتحن بقرائة الأسئلة من على الورقة و تنطوي الاسئلة على قواعد اللغة واسئلة عنها من مثل اكمال الفراغ واختيار الكلمة البديلة المصححة نحويا لجملة
او اختيار الكلمة الخاطئة نحويا واعتقد المدة المعطاة لاكمال هذا القسم 35 دقيقة... وهذه الصفحة مثال على هذا القسم
في هذا القسم يجب عليك كتابة مقالة تتكون من 5 قطع او اجزائ المقدمة النقاط الثلاث عن الموضوع الذي سوف يتم تحديده لك والخاتمة ... قد يكون موضوع المقالة رأيك في مسألة او قضية اجتماعية او قد تكون عن تجربة شخصية ...والوقت المحدد لهذا الاختبار 20 دقيقة
أنواع امتحان الـ TOEFL :
وهنالك نوعان من امتحان الـ TOEFL :
ويتم على الكمبيوتر .... واعتقد انه اسهل ...لتنوع اشكال الأسئلة ... ولكن
سوف تكون مقيدا في الرجوع الى الأسئلة المحلولة ومراجعتها حيث ان الكمبيوتر لن يسمح لك .....
2- Paper-Based Testing
ويتم بالطريقة التقليدية بالورقة والقلم... واعتقد انه هذه الطريقة اصعب ولكن تعطي نتائج اكثر مقياسا لقدرات الشخص ...
طريقة الإجابة :
سوف يتم تزويدك بصفحة اجوبة مليئة بدوائر كالتالي
ويجب عليك اختيار الحرف الذي يدل على الاجابة الصحيحة المزودة في كتيب الاختبار ( وذلك في Paper-Based Testing )
وملئه بقلم الرصاص
*طريقة حساب النقاط والعلامات :
اما طريقة حسب النقاط وتوزيعها على الاقسام فيمكنك معرفة ذلك عن طريق الجدول الموجود في الكتيب المجاني
او عن طريق ملفات الـ PDF المزودة في هذه الصفحة عن اختبار الـ TOEFL
Francis Scott Key Fitzgerald was born on September 24, 1896, and named after his ancestor Francis Scott Key, the author of “The Star-Spangled Banner.” Fitzgerald was raised in St. Paul, Minnesota. Though an intelligent child, he did poorly in school and was sent to a New Jersey boarding school in 1911. Despite being a mediocre student there, he managed to enroll at Princeton in 1913. Academic troubles and apathy plagued him throughout his time at college, and he never graduated, instead enlisting in the army in 1917, as World War I neared its end.
Fitzgerald became a second lieutenant, and was stationed at Camp Sheridan, in Montgomery, Alabama. There he met and fell in love with a wild seventeen-year-old beauty named Zelda Sayre. Zelda finally agreed to marry him, but her overpowering desire for wealth, fun, and leisure led her to delay their wedding until he could prove a success. With the publication of This Side of Paradise in 1920, Fitzgerald became a literary sensation, earning enough money and fame to convince Zelda to marry him. Many of these events from Fitzgerald’s early life appear in his most famous novel, The Great Gatsby, published in 1925. Like Fitzgerald, Nick Carraway is a thoughtful young man from Minnesota, educated at an Ivy League school (in Nick’s case, Yale), who moves to New York after the war. Also similar to Fitzgerald is Jay Gatsby, a sensitive young man who idolizes wealth and luxury and who falls in love with a beautiful young woman while stationed at a military camp in the South. Having become a celebrity, Fitzgerald fell into a wild, reckless life-style of parties and decadence, while desperately trying to please Zelda by writing to earn money. Similarly, Gatsby amasses a great deal of wealth at a relatively young age, and devotes himself to acquiring possessions and throwing parties that he believes will enable him to win Daisy’s love. As the giddiness of the Roaring Twenties dissolved into the bleakness of the Great Depression, however, Zelda suffered a nervous breakdown and Fitzgerald battled alcoholism, which hampered his writing. He published Tender Is the Night in 1934, and sold short stories to The Saturday Evening Post to support his lavish lifestyle. In 1937, he left for Hollywood to write screenplays, and in 1940, while working on his novel The Love of the Last Tycoon, died of a heart attack at the age of forty-four. Fitzgerald was the most famous chronicler of 1920s America, an era that he dubbed “the Jazz Age.” Written in 1925, The Great Gatsby is one of the greatest literary documents of this period, in which the American economy soared, bringing unprecedented levels of prosperity to the nation. Prohibition, the ban on the sale and consumption of alcohol mandated by the Eighteenth Amendment to the Constitution (1919), made millionaires out of bootleggers, and an underground culture of revelry sprang up. Sprawling private parties managed to elude police notice, and “speakeasies”—secret clubs that sold liquor—thrived. The chaos and violence of World War I left America in a state of shock, and the generation that fought the war turned to wild and extravagant living to compensate. The staid conservatism and timeworn values of the previous decade were turned on their ear, as money, opulence, and exuberance became the order of the day. Like Nick in The Great Gatsby, Fitzgerald found this new lifestyle seductive and exciting, and, like Gatsby, he had always idolized the very rich. Now he found himself in an era in which unrestrained materialism set the tone of society, particularly in the large cities of the East. Even so, like Nick, Fitzgerald saw through the glitter of the Jazz Age to the moral emptiness and hypocrisy beneath, and part of him longed for this absent moral center. In many ways, The Great Gatsby represents Fitzgerald’s attempt to confront his conflicting feelings about the Jazz Age. Like Gatsby, Fitzgerald was driven by his love for a woman who symbolized everything he wanted, even as she led him toward everything he despised.
The title character of The Great Gatsby is a young man, around thirty years old, who rose from an impoverished childhood in rural North Dakota to become fabulously wealthy. However, he achieved this lofty goal by participating in organized crime, including distributing illegal alcohol and trading in stolen securities. From his early youth, Gatsby despised poverty and longed for wealth and sophistication—he dropped out of St. Olaf’s College after only two weeks because he could not bear the janitorial job with which he was paying his tuition. Though Gatsby has always wanted to be rich, his main motivation in acquiring his fortune was his love for Daisy Buchanan, whom he met as a young military officer in Louisville before leaving to fight in World War I in 1917. Gatsby immediately fell in love with Daisy’s aura of luxury, grace, and charm, and lied to her about his own background in order to convince her that he was good enough for her. Daisy promised to wait for him when he left for the war, but married Tom Buchanan in 1919, while Gatsby was studying at Oxford after the war in an attempt to gain an education. From that moment on, Gatsby dedicated himself to winning Daisy back, and his acquisition of millions of dollars, his purchase of a gaudy mansion on West Egg, and his lavish weekly parties are all merely means to that end.