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Private Tutors - any language  · See all 2850 posts ·
English Tutor: Conversational English, General English, Business writing, Exam Preparation   by: Experienced Online English tutor for kids and adults
I have been teaching English online for 11 years to all levels of English learners worldwide. My teaching method is personalized based on the learner's needs via skype. Feel free to send me a message..
Business English: Improve YOUR English TODAY!   by: Chatty Kathy English
PREPARING FOR AN INTERVIEW IN ENGLISH? WRITING YOUR RESUME IN ENGLISH? MY STEP BY STEP BUSINESS ENGLISH COURSES WILL GUIDE YOU THROUGH THE PROCESS! Start preparing for your next opportunity. Visit my..
English Tutor:   by: Qualified English Teacher for children
Do your children want to learn English? Do you want them to learn English from a highly qualified English language teacher with over 17 years of expert teaching experience? Do you want you children..
English Tutor: Neutral NZ Accent   by: Mark Fyers
Gain confidence with a Professional Native English Teacher. Learn English with an interative format that focuses on conversation. Business and General English courses available. Lessons via Skype or..
English Tutor: Structured Conversation Practice to Improve your Pronunciation, Grammar, Vocabulary, Accent and Confidence   by: aaaJENaaa on Skype
I can help you improve your English speaking fluency for your career, school, English Exam (IELTS, TOEIC, TOEFL, PTE), immigration, travel, interview, presentation, and business. Corrections will be..
Language Exchange  · See all 388 posts ·
My English for your SPANISH, GERMAN, FRENCH  by: Dubius Maximus
Language exchange on skype or Discord. Meet twice a week or more in the evening or weekend midday south-east asia time.
My English for your Spanish, Norwegian  by: Anita Milojkovic
My native language is Serbian but I am an online English teacher. I am interested in improving my Spanish and Norwegian. Anyone interested in language exchange should feel free to contact me. See..
Learning English  · See all 1117 posts ·
Idioms: 5 Common English Idioms   by: Huban
Every language has idioms, there over 25,000 idioms or idiomatic expressions in the English language alone. They fall under what is called ‘formulaic language’, which includes proverbs, rhymes,..
Courteous Expressions: “You Can But May Not!”   by: Huban
When I was in school, I’d hear this phrase often from my English language teacher, when any of us–in her class–asked for permission. After so many years, it is still stuck in my head and every..
TESOL, TEFL and CELTA forum  · See all 1300 posts ·
TESOL or CELTA  by: Gabby
Gdday everyone . I'm not a native speaker of English who happens to be communicating in English for decades on a daily basis. I have a four years Bachelors in English language and literature. Sat for..
50% Off on our TEFL courses! Gold Star TEFL Recruitment  by: Gold Star Justen
If you are looking for good TEFL / TESOL courses, we highly recommend INTESOL as they have over 20 years of experience, well written courses, have online courses with the option of teaching practice..
ESL Teaching and Learning Tips  · See all 660 posts ·
Re: teaching esl to asian children (unmotivated students)  by: zombie5
Very good point. Works well in some demanding situations.
Re: Running an English Corner  by: zombie5
The history of, and love it or loath it parts need serious updating or correction. Speaking as someone who lived in Tianjin and Chengdu in 2016-17.
Articles for Teachers  · See all 2290 posts ·
6 COMMON MYTHS ABOUT TEACHING ENGLISH  by: Gab
Every job has its own facts and misconceptions and teaching ESL is no exception. Here are some of the common myths about teaching English. Myth # 1: Teaching is easy and anyone can do it Teaching in..
Teaching and living in China 2017  by: Bob
Teaching and living in China I’m an educated English teacher. I started teaching English in China last year. What you read here are facts, not based on any kind of opinion. 1. Chinese people spit..
Lessons & Classroom Games for Teachers  · See all 2299 posts ·
New pronunciation game idea  by: ESL+games
I've just posted a new idea for a pronunciation game based on minimal pairs, haven't had a chance to try it out yet!
How to Multiply Fractions  by: Jen
How to Multiply Fractions If you have mastered adding and subtracting fractions, often multiplying fractions will seem a lot less complicated. Many of the steps feel similar, but much of the work..
Short Stories for Teachers  · See all 1480 posts ·
The History of Parachute Pants  by: Bettina Palileo
Parachute pants are characterized by their material. Just like actual parachutes, they are made of nylon, allowing them to be lightweight and durable. The crotch is low and pockets and zippers adorn..
About The History of Birthday Candles  by: Peggy Epstein
When the iced and decorated cake is brought to the table at a birthday party, it's ablaze with candles. A longstanding tradition, the lighting of birthday candles is said to have started with the..
ESL Discussion Forum  · See all 36820 posts ·
Re Do you currently teach English in China?  by: Dr. Turnoi Turjakuunnen
I have taken the survey. The questions were not too miuch China-specific and could also be asked with regard to any other nation. Do you have any experience of teaching in China yourself? Questions..
Re List of Translation Companies  by: caring
"Uncaring"", I bet all readers are thankful for your unconditional services to the board.
SCHOOLS AND RECRUITERS REVIEWS  · See all 20296 posts ·
Re Taizhou No.1 Foreign Language School  by: Anonymous
School currently employs an African teacher that children adore and a wonderful science teacher of Indian descent. Initial post made by a disgruntled employee that had recently made false child abuse..
Re Tara Pattana International School Pattaya  by: Milton
Indeed, I agree. I think Mr. S is doing an absolutely marvelous job! Anyone that says anything to the contrary, is just a case of sour grapes. There is a steady hand on the helm of HMS Tara, and we..
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