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Kazakhstan is not usually the first place you think of when you're debating working abroad but it's the new place to be with a huge educational reform occurring in recent years. There are a number of opportunities available for any teachers searching for an exciting work experience in such a unique country so is definitely worth considering! NIS (Nazarbayev Intellectual School Network) have schools in a number of locations throughout Kazakhstan which are bringing a pro


Teaching English as A foreign language (TEFL) is one among the many esteemed certifications required to teach English to people who are non-natives. If one lives in an English-speaking country and is unable to speak the language flawlessly, the individual is deemed unfit. In order to overcome this situation people who belong to non-native countries go to TEFL certified teachers to master the language. A lot of people strive hard to become TEFL teachers so that they can fulfil their dreams of getting a secure job. If one can travel to exotic locations and be paid for it, why wouldn't anybody st


Recently, there has been a growing interest in pragmatic competence in EFL. However, what this means and how to teach it is still somewhat unclear. This paper hopes to address these issues.


If you are interested in the opportunity to teach English abroad but do not have experience teaching EFL (English as a Foreign Language), you will need to get a TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of other Languages) or TEFL (Teaching English as a Foreign Language) certification to make yourself marketable. There are two basic options:


They say that travel broadens the mind. They're right. Teaching English abroad offers a world of opportunity and discovery.


My study proved that pronunciation had a significant effect on spellings of some words, though my study was only focused in determining the words with middle and final 'r'. My study also found out that pronunciation affected comprehension in learning a new English.