TESOL

I’ve not spoke much before about teaching English abroad, but I have taught English in a few countries and the subject of American and British English comes up quite often, especially if I (as primarily British English instructor) come across students who have only been learning American English. I don’t think it’s a very advanced topic which should be left until they already have a good grasp of one of the styles as the differences aren’t that much or even that important, so it’s good to get them out the way early or even do a simple 1 hour lesson on the difference. Read the rest! \(^u^)/ →

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