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What is TOEFL?

The Test of English as a Foreign Language. TOEFL  is the standardised test used by American universities and many employers to test the language level of non-native speakers of English.  Nik Peachey guides you through a typical reading activity or you can try a free practice test here,

English as a foreign - or second or other - language has many obscure acronyms.


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