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
"Have you had enough to eat?"
"I'd like _____, please."
The woman was _____ someone might recognize her.
The organisation _____ 25 years ago.
I wish I _____ with Ann.
Please turn off all the lights when _____.
Until last year, she was the largest ship that _____.
We lived there _____ ten years.
My grandfather _____ of heart failure in his sixties.
They are rich enough to own _____.
She _____ the letter on the office desk.
There wasn't a single person _____ at the beach.
This sauce doesn't taste _____ it should.
John was neither willing to go _____.
If one is to learn a language well, _____.
I don't especially care _____ those types of movies.
_____ me for a few minutes?
_____ to the beach on the weekend.
"Did you give John his share of the money?"
"No, I _____ it to him, but I didn't have enough time."
Your taste in movies is very different _____ mine.
"You _____ think they'd be here by now."
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