TOEFL® Speaking Report

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Name: Sample
Date: 2022-08-2
Test: ETS E2
Task: Q1-Dorms
Percentile: 84th
3.37

Words Per Minute: 170

Content Words: 46

Function Words: 82

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I think the first year students should live on campus . That is because uh in the first year of , especially the first semester , they will have a heavy load of subjects they have to follow . And that means that they have to be able to be on time and campus . And also um um the first year of of campus campus life needs them to be familiarized with buildings with the surroundings , with the environment of the campus itself . So more times in campus need will help them to do that . And also you have to have lots of friends to be able to make yourself at home in the campus . And this is the home for you for the next four years . So it 's important to socialize
Adjective
7.38%
Adverb
3.28%
Conjunction
4.1%
Determiner
12.3%
Noun
21.31%
Number
0.82%
Preposition
23.77%
Pronoun
9.02%
Verb
18.03%

SpeechRater™ Data - Summary

SR
99
SS
99
PF
99
Re
76
RL
99
DP
92
Rh
92
Vo
92
VDe
8
VDi
59
GA
99
DC
99
SR
SS
PF
Re
RL
DP
Rh
Vo
VDe
VDi
GA
DC
99
99
99
76
99
92
92
92
8
59
99
99

Delivery

Fluency
Speaking rate
Global rank: 99th percentile

How fast you speak (measured in words per second).

Sustained speech
Global rank: 99th percentile

How smoothly you speak (number of words without disfluencies).

Pause frequency
Global rank: 99th percentile

How often you pause when you speak (filled and unfilled pauses).

Repetitions
Global rank: 76th percentile

How often you are repetitive (e.g. reformulations).

Response length
Global rank: 99th percentile

How many total words are in your response (word count).

Distribution of pauses
Global rank: 92nd percentile

How effectively you use pauses (pause-to-speech ratio).

Pronunciation
Rhythm
Global rank: 92nd percentile

How closely your syllable stress resembles a native speaker.

Vowels
Global rank: 92nd percentile

How closely your vowel sounds resemble a native speaker.

Language Use

Vocabulary
Vocabulary depth
Global rank: 8th percentile

How well you use uncommon words in your response.

Vocabulary diversity
Global rank: 59th percentile

How varied your vocabulary is (adverbs, adjectives, etc).

Grammar
Grammatical accuracy
Global rank: 99th percentile

How correctly you use English grammar conventions.

Topic Development

Coherence
Discourse Coherence
Global rank: 99th percentile

How your response is formed to connect ideas.

Response Analysis

SR
99
Speaking Rate: measured in number of words per second, your Speaking Rate is often a reliable indicator of fluency. Generally, the faster you speak, the more fluent you are. In this response, 1% of global respondents outperformed you. Tip: consult your transcript an count the number of times you are repeating yourself.
SS
99
Sustained Speech: measured by how smoothly you speak, Sustained Speech is the average length of uninterrupted speech (in words). In this response, 1% of global respondents outperformed you. Stronger speakers tend to speak in way that flows naturally (i.e. is not choppy). Tip: try prosodic reading.
PF
99
Pause Frequency: measured by how often you pause when you speak, Pause Frequency tracks your filled and unfilled pauses (an example of a filled pause is "um"). Stronger speakers tend to pause less often. In this response, 1% of global respondents outperformed you. Stronger speakers speak with fewer pauses. Tip: the 15 vowel sounds in American English are heard in these words: beat, bit, bait, bet, bat, but, sofa, her, boot, book, boat, box, by, cow, boy.
Re
76
Repetitions: measured by how often you repeat a word or phrase (including self-corrections). In this response, 24% of global respondents outperformed you. Stronger speakers have fewer repetitions. Tip: use a number of "low frequency" (less common) words - for example, instead of saying ‘nice’, say ‘ravishing’.
RL
99
Response Length: measured by the average length of phrases or "chunks" in your response. In this response, 1% of global respondents outperformed you. Stronger speakers tend to use more total words. Tip: don't “break the flow” of your response, and only pause very breifly to indicate a transition between ideas.
DP
92
Distribution Of Pauses: measured by how naturally you use pauses (silences between words and clauses). In this response, 8% of global respondents outperformed you. Stronger speakers tend to pause naturally and very briefly. Tip: don't “break the flow” of your response, and only pause very breifly to indicate a transition between ideas.
Rh
92
Rhythm: measured by distances between stressed syllables, your Rhythm is the relation of long and short pauses in your speech. In this response, 8% of global respondents outperformed you. Stronger speakers produce patterns of stress and intonation that resemble native speakers. Tip: “diversify” your word choices by using adjectives and adverbs.
Vo
92
Vowels: measured by length of your vowel sounds, Vowels indicate how easy it is to understand you. In this response, 8% of global respondents outperformed you. Stronger speakers tend to approximate native English speakers in their pronunciation of vowel sounds. Tip: use more collocations in your response.
VDe
8
Vocabulary Depth: measured by the number of low-frequency words, Vocabulary Depth is how well you use uncommon words. In this response, 92% of global respondents outperformed you. Stronger speakers tend to have a “deeper” vocabulary inventory. In your response, you had a total of 36 unique content words. Tip: string a series of ideas together logically.
VDi
59
Vocabulary Diversity: Vocabulary Diversity is a measure of how varied your vocabulary is (i.e. verbs, nouns, adverbs, and adjectives).measure by the number of word types per second, Vocabulary Diversity is how well you use different word forms. In this response, 41% of global respondents outperformed you. Stronger speakers tend to use a greater variety of word types and have a greater command over different word variants. Tip: fix common grammar problems like the “dropped s” on plural nouns.
GA
99
Grammatical Accuracy: measured by the "grammaticality" of your speech, Grammatical Accuracy is how correctly you use English grammar conventions. In this response, 1% of global respondents outperformed you. Stronger speakers do not deviate from standard English grammar. Tip: fix common grammar problems like the “dropped s” on plural nouns.
DC
99
Discourse Coherence: measured by how your response connects ideas, Discourse Coherence indicates how well your response is structured. In this response, 1% of global respondents outperformed you. Stronger speakers are more “coherent” and “cohesive”. Tip: string a series of ideas together logically.