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Learning for the TOEFL® While Maintaining Individuality

Does the idea of learning another language excite you? Scare you? Do you see a whole new world of possibilities? Are you afraid that you will lose some of your self-expression if you are speaking another language? These feelings and questions are all to be expected. It takes a certain measure of bravery and courage to embark on this adventure to broaden your cultural horizons. 

According to the dictionary, language is more than just words. It is the methods used in combining words, their pronunciation, the way they are understood in a communal context, and the meaning they carry when communicated. Language is one way that culture is conveyed. It can be both challenging and magical to learn a new language. Learning a language is not something that can be done by reading alone, it needs to be both heard and observed.

The best way to learn a new language is to hear it spoken by native speakers while engaging in conversations with them. You can overcome your fears, and any barriers that present themselves, by immersing yourself in the culture in as many ways as possible. This exposure will make it easier for you to answer the questions on the TOEFL® test. By observing the way other people communicate ideas similar to yours, you will be able to maintain your personality when transitioning from one language to another.