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5 Secrets to Permanently Learn TOEFL Vocabulary
Have you started studying for TOEFL yet?
Have you already taken TOEFL?
Are you NEVER going to take TOEFL?
Actually, your answer doesn’t matter. You’re learning English, so you already know that you need to remember new words. But have you ever learned a new word, and then forgotten the word after a few days — or even a few minutes? If you’re normal, the answer is yes.
Unfortunately, it can be really difficult and frustrating to learn new vocabulary — especially all those academic words for the TOEFL iBT. Often in school, teachers tell their students to remember lists but they don’t help their students with study techniques. Or students memorize words, but they can’t use the words, or pronounce them correctly. The result: Students of English can be frustrated, feel stupid and think that learning words is extremely difficult. It’s not!
I’ve learned alot from my professional experience (I’ve taught 3000+ hours), from my personal experience (I’ve studied French and Turkish), and from books and resources about learning and memorizing things. I want to share some of my discoveries with you!