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I am interested in Teaching English as a Foreign Language otherwise known as TEFL. I have studied a TESOL course (Teaching English as a Second Language).

The difference in the two abbreviations reveals some of the sensitivity around teaching English. One stands for Teaching English as a Foreign Language, and the other for Teaching English as a Second Language. A lot of learners are in English speaking countries and they are learning English as a second language.


Sep
20
answered Is 'Slang' is a special kind of vocabulary, not of grammar?
Sep
20
asked Is 'Slang' is a special kind of vocabulary, not of grammar?
Sep
20
answered Is “at turns” a familiar idiom as ‘at every turn’ ‘in turn(s)’ and ‘by turn(s)’ are?
Sep
19
answered What makes 'admix' different from 'mix'?
Sep
19
answered “Feel free to hit me up” — “at”? “on”? “via”?
Sep
19
answered What does “several states of mind away” mean? Does it mean a strange place or something else?
Sep
19
answered What's the meaning of “joint winner”?
Sep
17
answered Etymology of “catch a bosso”
Sep
17
answered Why the discrepancy between number and case in (some) British English?
Sep
17
answered Does “Bounce” have a negative sense when you want someone to leave?
Sep
17
answered Question about “either and neither”
Sep
17
answered What words should I use in replacement of lazy
Sep
15
answered What does the expression “for crying out loud” mean?
Sep
14
answered Etymology of “ruggit”?
Sep
14
answered “To go below a minimum numeric requirement”: opposite of “exceed”
Sep
14
answered Word for getting service from friends/family unofficially
Sep
13
answered Canadian spelling: why?
Sep
13
answered “again” in “Today is the oldest you've ever been and the youngest you'll ever be again.”
Sep
5
answered “Do a shop” for “go shopping”
Sep
5
answered Does “Make for the hills” still hold currency as an idiom?