Of course you understand that you will need to have a pretty darn good understanding of English grammar if you plan on doing well on the TOEIC exam. You have borrowed a grammar book from your local library, and you know of a couple of grammar websites. The issue is that you don’t have loads of time, and you’re not certain which grammar topics you should cover.
We’ve written a lot of blogs on a variety of TOEIC grammar topics. We have things ranging from modal usage to the conditional to commonly confused expressions. We have plenty of clear examples and explanations along with tips on what to look out for in a given grammar structure.
When you check out our blogs, you aren’t just reading about any old grammar topic. You’ll be learning about the topics at the level that you’ll find on TOEIC. That is what you need if you want to prepare in a timely and effective manner.
We understand that grammar may not be your favorite aspect of English, but you will need to become comfortable with English grammar to do well on the exam. There are a lot of blogs in this section, but we really do suggest that you go through each and every one as it will help get you prepared for TOEIC.