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What are “Integrated Tasks”?

On the speaking and writing sections of TOEFL®Test, you will have to do some integrated tasks. These tasks involve listening and reading.

Integrated tasks require you to understand the opinions of others and how readings and listening passages are connected. They do not require you to give your own opinions, except Speaking Question 5 where you choose one of two solutions.

There are two integrated speaking tasks, which are about campus events and academic topics, questions 3 and 4. Questions 5 and 6 are also called integrated, but they only involve listening. There is one integrated writing task, which is on an academic topic.

Here is an example of an integrated writing essay:

"The reading defines a "nervous breakdown" as a strictly mental event which occurs when someone is under too much personal or job-related stress. The listening, however, contradicts this idea by asserting that stress can be both mental and physical."

Notice that both the reading and the listening were mentioned. Integrated tasks are all about putting summaries together, like this.

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