|Article title||THE HISTORY OF THE TOEFL EXAM|
|Section||SECTION II. PROBLEMS OF PEDAGOGICS AND FOREIGN LANGUAGES TEACHING METHODS|
|Month, Year||10, 2010 @en|
|Abstract||This paper aims to review the capsule history of the most well-known language test – TOEFL, analyze the determinants of its genesis and describe its current state.|
|Keywords||Language testing; history of testing; USA; test of English as a foreign language; TOEFL.|
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