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“People can make more money the first couple of years outside the field, but you need to learn English in order to do that in the States. So I want to be able to translate that to them so they can see that it’s worth paying the sacrifice of learning a new language.”
Being able to speak some (or even a little) of the language where you are traveling can make the trip much more rewarding. Don’t believe the “everyone speaks English” argument. You want to find the places where you can have an authentic experience and knowing some of the language (and culture) enhances the adventure.
As you get ready for the TOEFL (or any other standardized test), there are key “must knows” that aren’t necessarily content related. Here’s a list of strategies that could make the difference between a good score and a great score!
What are the most effective and quickest ways to learn Business English? Try these methods to build your Business English vocabulary.
WeSpeke prepares you for taking the TOEFL® Internet-based Test (TOEFL® iBT) which tests all four language skills that are important for effective communication: Speaking, Listening, Reading, and Writing.