Two points: say everything about the problem. For some reason many students summarize this and don't express the problem completely; don't be one of these students; you need the complete answer to get a top score on this question.
Also, don't stress the "even though" statements too much. I often hear students try to say so much in the "even though" statements that they don't have time for the more important "as" statements. So, if you don't finish this question on time, drop the "even though" statements.
Nádia de Pina wrote on Sunday September 6, 2015 9:38am
Hi , my name is nádia , i am struggling with the speaking section . My toefl test is setempber 26. could please send my the link where i can record my speak? \r\nthank you for the videos
John andrew wrote on Thursday September 3, 2015 9:28am
Hi my question is ..in this question #5...are we not goin to provide what is the positive / negative information in details?and just say the \"even though it has negative something about solution 2 (no further example) as the the man says it there is something positive (no further explanation) about solution two..and we want that positive thing to happen..that\'s why solution 2 is a better idea.
Eva wrote on Thursday August 20, 2015 8:03am
Thanks for the video-the explanation is great! My question is: what if the students don´t discuss reasons to support/ disagree the solution? Is it recommended to give some personal support for the solution?