There’s no grammar section on the TOEFL, and you won’t have any questions that ask you specifically about grammar, but before you breathe a sigh of relief, know that you do need to know grammar for TOEFL success.
How’s that possible if there are no questions on grammar? Your grammar knowledge will be tested based on how well you use it in your responses
"Do you go out _____ on weekends?"
"Yes, we sometimes go out."
2. The Smiths will move to New York. But we hope to _____ with them.
Ann is very temperamental. How do you _____ her?
"We should buy a new microwave."
"But our old one will do for _____."
"Do you have any idea how you will achieve that objective?"
"Yes, I have it all _____."
My parents often _____ after dinner.
"Where _____ is the best place to park a car around here?"
"I'm sorry. I don't know."
8. Every child has to _____ and respect other cultures.
"Are you _____ in trying out the new diner?"
"Yes, we are."
It will be hard to say goodbye to Bill and Anne. We are _____ at the aiport.
"When did you get the bike?"
"My father gave _____."
When John got home from work, _____.
Anne believes she is the _____ young lady in the world.
He managed _____ his way through the maze.
Can you please _____ your feet from the coffee table?
I wasn't _____ with my exam result.
"When did Tom and Wendy arrive?"
"They arrived here an hour _____ you did."
After _____ his homework, Tom went out to play with his friends.
_____ go on holiday to California or Florida?
"Who was the woman I saw you laughing with yesterday?"
"She was _____."