Build academic English skills before arriving at a US college
from U.S. News & World Report
It is not a new topic to discuss how to improve language skills before studying abroad in the U.S. Watching English-language TV episodes and movies, chatting with foreign friends and even spending some time in English-speaking countries such as the U.S., U.K. or Australia are all helpful ways for nonnative English speakers to improve their skills. However, when international students actually arrive on campus and sit in a classroom, they might find it still very difficult to communicate with professors and classmates. They might need extra effort to improve academic English. Here are some of the most important reasons to expand your English proficiency before ever setting foot in an American classroom — and ways to do so.
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