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Mo Sena May 13
Frequently confused words for Brazilian English learners - the "resume" the story as meaning "to sum up" L1 interference
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4tt3nt4t🏴 May 13
members in London are building a union for all workers in the industry. If you work in a language school anywhere in the UK and would like to get involved, please contact tefl@iww.org.uk or through IWW facebook page. via
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English in 60 secs 28m
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TEFL Org 17h
If you don’t have a degree, don’t let this stop you from considering becoming an EFL Teacher! Check out some of the incredible countries available to non-degree holders. 👇🌎 More info on how to TEFL without a degree 👉
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PeterTheProofreader May 18
What are the 3 words? The ①_ r _ _ _ ②_ _r ③_ _ e _ up. ① ___ ? ② ___ ? ③ ___ ?
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Learn Native English® 9h
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LearningEnglishPRO May 6
Another batch of amazing English Vocabulary for you! Check out our fantastic YouTube channel and SUBSCRIBE today! Just click the link!
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Teflnet 3m
🇨🇳 💛💛💛 Full-time English Teacher for University in China - 1yr contract - VISA + flight + housing + insurance + 200 days hols
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Export Experts Mag 17h
Going global means having to address the sometimes uncomfortable fact that English is the international language of commerce. If you aren’t proficient in it, how could it impact you?
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TEFL Org May 17
From Spain 🇪🇸 ➡️ Cambodia 🇰🇭. There are plenty of opportunities available to EFL teachers without a degree throughout the world 🌍👇 More info on how to TEFL without a degree 👉
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Scooltic May 7
Maria Pascual como especialista en TIC para lengua extranjera del equipo scooltic informa de 🗣THEY ASKED. I LISTENED👂 My students love K-Pop & are curious about SouthKorea 🇰🇷🇰🇷🇰🇷 Well, here we go ⤵️⤵️⤵️
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Kris May 13
We have a Facebook group, and you if you're an English teacher you should totally join:
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TEFL Org May 12
We've put together a list of everything you need to know about TEFL, from accreditation to salaries, set to inspire and prepare you for a TEFL career! Check out the list here 👉
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Paula Rebolledo May 17
After many years, finally this conference comes to Chile and guess what? No speakers from Chile. A shame. A missed opportunity. 🤦🏽‍♀️ I don’t blame speakers but organisers. They should know better!
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JellyLorEm May 15
Just got my certification to teach English as a foreign language!! Next stop, Thailand?
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NikPeachey 17h
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TEFL Org May 10
When it comes to teaching in Asia, it’s true that your options are limited, as almost all countries require a degree. Thankfully, there is one great country that does welcome teachers without degrees – Cambodia! Here's everything you need to know about in Cambodia 🇰🇭
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Helen Chapman May 15
Fun marketing meeting at work this morning 😊
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Mo Sena 2h
Tutor Tips | Minnesota Literacy Council
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TEFL Org May 18
Interested in teaching English online but don't have a degree? No problem! Find out how you can put yourself in the best position for securing online work without a degree below 👇 More info 👉
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