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Sample Essays for the TOEFL Writing Test (TWE)



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Book Description
ETS publishes its official list of TOEFL essay topics on its website. All essays assigned on the actual TOEFL test come from this list.

This book contains 400 sample essays with scores of 6.0. Each essay was written based on one of the topics from the ETS official list. The book covers 100% of these topics. Each ETS TOEFL writing topic has at least one sample answer in this book.

Students who take the Computer-Based Test of English as a Foreign Language must also compose a written essay that counts towards part of their structure score. This book contains a total of 400 sample TOEFL essays, offering an intensive preparation for this part of the test.

Sample Essays Arranged by Topic

1 Why go to university?
2 Are parents best teachers?
3 Has the easiness of cooking im-proved life?
4 Books and experience
5 A factory in your community
6 Change about my hometown
7 How do movies or TV affect peo-ple?
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8 Has TV destroyed communication?
9 A small town vs. a big city
10 Luck and hard work
11 Sports or library?
12 Why do people go to museums?
13 Eat out or eat at home?
14 Should students be required to attend classes?
15 Qualities of a good neighbor
16 A new restaurant in your neighborhood
17 Learn by yourself or with a teacher?
18 Qualities of a good supervisor
19 Highways or public transporta-tion?
20 Countryside or city?
21 Why do people live longer?
22 Important qualities of a co-worker
23 Should teenagers work?
24 The advantages of living in my city
25 A new shopping center
26 A new movie theater
27 Should people do things that they do not like?
28 Media and celebrities
29 Has human harmed the Earth?
30 A high school in the community
31 Stay at one place or move around?
32 Spend money or save them?
33 Jewelry or concert?
34 Should business never fire peo-ple?
35 Live vs. television broadcast
36 A vehicle that changed people's lives
37 Is progress always good?
38 Is learning about the past useful?
39 Can new technologies help stu-dents?
40 Never, never give up
41 Should land be saved for ani-mals?
42 An important skill
43 Dangerous sport
44 Travel with a companion vs. travel alone
45 Get up early vs. stay up late
46 Qualities of a good son or daughter
47 A large company vs. a small company
48 Why do people work?
49 Face-to-face communication
50 Do same things vs. try new things
51 Taking risks vs. planning
52 Change to your hometown
53 Is money the most important aspect of a job?
54 External appearance
55 Make decision alone
56 Arts or environment?
57 Serious movies vs. entertaining movies
58 Can business do anything to make a profit?
59 Get things done
60 Are games important to adults?
61 Should parents decide for teen-agers?
62 What do you want most in a friend?
63 Are difficult experiences valu-able lessons?
64 Self-employed vs. employed
65 Should a city preserve its his-toric buildings?
66 Are classmates a more important influence?
67 Inexperienced or experienced workers?
68 Is daily homework necessary?
69 What subject will you study?
70 Have automobiles improved modern life?
71 A high-paying job vs. quality spare time
72 Does grades encourage students to learn?
73 Has computer made life easier?
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74 Is it better to travel with a tour guide?
75 Multiple subjects vs. one subject
76 Should children learn a foreign language?
77 Should boys and girls go to separate schools?
78 Teamwork vs. working inde-pendently
79 Who would you choose to build a statue for?
80 Describe a custom from your country
81 Has technology made the world better?
82 Can ads tell about a country?
83 A single world culture
84 The Internet
85 One-day-visit to your country
86 A time and a place in the past
87 An important discovery in the last 100 years
88 Telephone communication
89 What person would you like to meet?
90 What famous athlete would you like to meet?
91 What question will you ask a famous person?
92 Dynamic weather
93 Important qualities of a good roommate
94 Dancing's role
95 Explore the outer space
96 Reduce stress
97 Teachers' pay
98 What to represent your country?
99 Would you choose your own roommate?
100 Computer technology or basic needs?
101 Work by hand vs. by machine
102 Should students evaluate their teachers?
103 What characteristic makes peo-ple successful?
104 Contributions of artists vs. sci-entists
105 University housing vs. apart-ment
106 Means of transportation
107 Should higher education be available to all?
108 The best way of learning
109 Follow the customs of the new country
110 Being alone vs. with friends
111 One or two friends, or many friends?
112 How should children spend their time?
113 A new university in the com-munity
114 Who influence more, family or friends?
115 Plan for free time
116 Methods of learning
117 Different friends or similar friends?
118 New experiences vs. usual hab-its
119 Do clothes make a man?
120 Are quick decisions always wrong?
121 Do you trust first impressions?
122 Should people be satisfied
123 Non-fictions vs. fictions
124 Social science vs. natural sci-ence
125 Should art be compulsory sub-ject?
126 Can young people teach older people?
127 Reading fiction vs. watching movies
128 Physical exercise vs. academic study
129 Business vs. agricultural research
130 Children and sports
131 Money and success
132 A new product
133 Are childhood years most im-portant in life?
134 Should children do household tasks?
135 Should students wear uniforms?
136 Is winning important in a game?
137 Should students choose sub-jects?
138 Member vs. leader
139 The most important room in a house
140 Hand vs. machine
141 Change about your school
142 A gift for a child
143 A long vacation vs. short vaca-tions
144 A house vs. an apartment
145 The role of advertisements
146 Outdoors vs. indoors
147 How should your school spend a gift of money?
148 Does playing games teach us about life?
149 How would you use a free gift of land?
150 Is watching TV bad for children?
151 The most important animal
152 Why should forest be saved?
153 Is a zoo useful?
154 Is it right to ban smoking?
155 What plant is important in your country?
156 Which country would you like to visit?
157 Computers vs. traditional schools
158 Are celebrities' opinions right?
159 What should be remembered?
160 Complain in writing vs. in per-son
161 Why do people remember their gifts?
162 Do starts deserve high salary?
163 The importance of reading and writing
164 What do you do for good health?
165 One thing to improve your community
166 What events make a person an adult?
167 Purchase computers or books?
168 Why study abroad?
169 Why is music important to many people?
170 Why are groups or organiza-tions important?
171 What would you take for a trip?
172 How can schools help new stu-dents?
173 Does borrowing money harm friendship?
174 Generation differences
175 Should students talk on classes?
176 What holiday would you create?
177 A vacation or a car?
178 Changes in the 21st century
179 Qualities of a good parent
180 Why are movies so popular?
181 Should lands be developed?
182 Is human relationship with pets useful?
183 A country from its movies
184 Self-study vs. group study
185 A house or a business?




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# Publication Date: 2002-12-18
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