Mistakes are normal when you are learning English or any other language. In fact, most teachers welcome mistakes, because it means you are trying!
The Test of English as a Foreign Language, or the TOEFL, measures your English skills for English-speaking universities. More universities will accept you if you have a good TOEFL score.
As an English teacher, I always remind my students that the smallest detail in English matters a lot, whether it’s using an article or correctly pronouncing an unassuming letter like H.
Are you taking the TOEFL soon? How do you get ready for the TOEFL test? In an earlier post, TOEFL Talk: The Whats and Whys, we discussed why taking the Test of English as a Foreign Language, or the TOEFL, is important. Now, let’s talk about how to prepare for the TOEFL fast.
What’s more stressful than a job interview? A job interview in English when English is not your first language, of course! But don’t worry. Being prepared is the best way to remove stress, and you can always prepare for a job interview in English.
Do you want to speak English better? Maybe you want to improve your career or maybe you want to travel. It’s always a good idea to learn how to speak English fluently!