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Top TOEFL Tweets of the Week — May 3-9

Announcement! As of August 1, 2019, the TOEFL Reading, Listening and Speaking sections will be shortened. The TOEFL will also make changes to its prep materials and scoring system. Because of this, some of the info in our blog posts may not yet reflect the new exam format. We cover all the changes here.

Hi TOEFL studiers!

We like to think that learning doesn’t always have to happen in a classroom or a library; learning is a day to day experience that can happen anywhere! And yes, we think learning can even happen on Twitter. 🙂 Each week, we’ll collect our favorite tweets about the TOEFL, English, and language learning in general, and post them on our blog. Here are our favorites from this week!


Visas…so…confusing. Check out this Visa Wizard to make the process a little bit easier:

: Not sure how to get your visa? Check out the Visa Wizard to walk you through the process!

— EducationUSA Serbia (@iacbg)


Look, emojis can tell us about ourselves! What does your country’s emoji use say about you?:  

What Emoji Use Says About Your Country and Your Language | via LinkedIn — TESOL Intl Assn (@TESOL_Assn)


Fewer vs. Less, Since vs. For…what are some of the most common English grammar mistakes? Find out here:

Top 10 ESL English Grammar Mistakes and How to Overcome Them

— FluentU English (@FluentUEnglish)


Who couldn’t use more financial aid? Here are 2 ideas to help you fund your international education:

Need financial aid while you study in the United States? Here are 2 ways to find the help you need. — Study in the States (@StudyinStates)


You probably already know that there are a TON of benefits associated with being bilingual. Here’s the latest research:

How the language you speak changes your view of the world — ELC School (@elcschool)

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