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This video has been created for anyone who is planning to take the TOEIC® test, and who wants to practice and develop their vocabulary. A greater command of vocabulary is one of the key factors that will help you raise your TOEIC® score.
It is very important to keep a record of new words and expressions that you learn, and review these on a regular basis so that they become a part of your ‘active’ vocabulary. Unless you are taking the TOEIC® Test of Spoken English, the TOEIC® is an exam which tests your language recognition skills rather than your language production skills. However, if you familiarize yourself with the vocabulary in the video by reviewing it and then trying to use it in your written and spoken English on a regular basis, you will be in a better position to recognize it if and when it comes up in the exam.
No vocabulary video can possibly contain all of the words and expressions that you are likely to come across in the TOEIC®, so it is important that you acquire new vocabulary from other sources. Try to read as much as possible from a different variety of authentic reading materials (books, newspapers, journals, magazines, etc.), and familiarize yourself with spoken English by listening to English-language radio stations and watching English language movies and television programs whenever possible.
We hope you enjoy watching video and that it help you to practice andevelop the vocabulary that you need. Good luck in the TOEIC®!