Teaching English in Brunei

Brunei was a British colony right up until the 1980s and since independence the country has quickly developed. This oil rich state only has a population of less than half a million people, and you won’t find many TEFL jobs. However, there are some international schools that employ native English speaking teachers and the salaries on offer are extremely high. You will have an exceptionally high standard of living and the get the opportunity to save a lot money.

Teaching English in Sicily

Sally Squiqqles is an experienced English teacher living and working in Sicily. In this blog post she gives us a complete guide about teaching English in Sicily. She talks about how to find a job, salary expectations, living expenses, minimum requirements for teachers and more. You can read everything you need to know about getting started in Sicily from somebody who has been there and done it!

Gustavo Albarracin Talks About Life as a Teacher in Peru

In this post Gustavo Albarracin talks about teaching English in Peru. He is a non-native English teacher and his home country is Peru. He talks about his job, his colleagues, his school, his students as well as his thoughts about his country. This insightful look into a stunning country will provide teachers some knowledge about what to expect when they are teaching in this country. Read what Gustavo has to say about his job as an English teacher in Peru.

Teaching English in Barcelona

Fran Austin is an experienced teacher who teaches in Barcelona. In this blog post she describes everything you need to know about getting started as a teacher in Barcelona. She covers topics such as how to find a job, expected salary, living costs, and more. Barcelona is a very popular destination for TEFL teachers and there are many opportunities for native English speaking teachers. Read all about what she has to say in this helpful blog post.

Teaching English in Thailand

The teaching scene in Thailand has changed drastically over the years. Before anybody could go to live and work as a teacher in Thailand. Whist it is still fairly easy to live and work in Thailand, things are slowly changing. There is a real demand for English teachers and although most teachers only make enough to get by, some can really earn a good salary to afford a very comfortable standard of living. Thailand is a very popular destination for tourists, expats and English teachers and there are many reasons why! The country is fairly well developed and there are many opportunities for the right person.

Teaching English in Sihanoukville

Sihanoukville is a beach resort on the south coast of Cambodia. It was a popular destination for tourists, but tourism in the region has declined in recent years. However, there is still a strong desire for local people to learn English and most locals prefer to study with a native English speaking teacher. You won’t get paid as much as you would in the capital city, but you can certainly make enough money to cover your living costs and a little more. Read all about it here.

Teaching English in Battambang

Battambang is Cambodia’s second largest city and it is located near the border of Thailand. People all over Cambodia are eager to learn English as they see it as a way to get a better future. Moreover, many students are eager to study with native English speaking teachers and you will find some opportunities in this town. The salary isn’t as high as other places in Cambodia, but the cost of living is still very low. You should be able to find a job with a salary that more than covers you basic needs.

List of Wh Question Words

‘Wh’ questions are called ‘Wh’ questions because they contain the letters ‘w’ and ‘h’. Here you can find a list of all the ‘Wh’ questions in the English language along with their meaning and examples. These very common words are important for language learners to learn so that they can make conversation in English.

Present Continuous Uses

Read al about when and why you should use the Present Continuous tense in English. It should be used for actions that are happening right now, actions that started in the past and are not yet finished and a few other reasons. To speak and write English correctly, you need to know when to use the Present Continuous Tense. You can also get more information about forming sentences and questions using this tense. Read all about it here.

List of Non-Continuous (Stative) Verbs

A stative verb describes the state of a person rather than an action. On this post you can find a long list of non-continuous (stative) verbs. Some of the verbs on this list can be both a stative and a dynamic verb. Click this post to get a comprehensive list of verbs that can be used to describe the state of a person. When they are used in this way they don’t have a continuous form. However, if they are both stative and dynamic they can be used in the continuous form.