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How to Get the Best TOEFL Score: Thinking Ahead Preparing for the TOEFL examination is a stressful experience, as many don’t realize that studying 24/7 is not enough to guarantee a good score. Of course, studying is necessary in order to assimilate the required notions, but attitude is also a factor that will decide the outcome […]See More →
Seven things only ESL teachers understand 1) You speak in broken English more often than you would like to admit. I often hear ESL teachers complain that their English has gotten significantly worse since they started teaching English. Let me just say: You’re not imagining it. We can’t seem to find simple words and phrases after […]See More →
This is a guest post from Jack Askew, the creator of To Fluency Most learners I speak to are intermediate speakers of English. And they have been at this level for some time. If you feel the same – if you feel like you’ve not made real progress, then it’s time to make changes. My […]See More →
Crossing Borders I have these recurring dreams. They all take place in different locations, but one thing is the same: I’m doing everything I can to cross a border, but something prevents me. Sometimes I get stuck in a spiral airport with no departing flights. Sometimes it’s an unending lines of vehicles at a border […]See More →
In this episode, you’ll learn the answer to the 12th possible question on your U.S. Citizenship Civics Test, “What is the “rule of law”?” In addition to the question and answer, Andrea will provide a brief history lesson as well to help you understand the question and answer. To never miss an episode, subscribe to […]See More →
In this episode, you’ll learn the answer to the 11th possible question on your U.S. Citizenship Civics Test, “What is the economic system in the United States?” In addition to the question and answer, Andrea will provide a brief history lesson as well to help you understand the question and answer. To never miss an […]See More →
Learn English While Watching Shark Week Every year, the Discovery Channel holds a programming event called “Shark Week”. Viewers look forward to this event every year because they love the shocking footage of sharks, as well as the scary facts they learn about sharks. Shark week is this week occurs every summer and draws many viewers with it’s special programming. If […]See More →