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EFI: English for Internet Online Practice Tests

Nov 12, 2014

Here are online practice tests for grammar, listening, essay writing, and speaking. We also have online practices tests in other subject areas: business, foreign language, history, humanities, math, science, and social science.

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Grammar Test

Listening Test

The Listening Test is currently being revised and improved.

Essay Writing Test

Speaking Test

THE QUESTIONS

1. Tell something about yourself (describe yourself, or tell about your studies or your job, or your family, hobbies, etc.)

2. Tell about something exciting or funny that happened when you were a child.

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