Want the dream job of teaching English and traveling the world?
Then you need an English as a Second Language teaching certificate.
I’ve been an English teacher across several countries, including Nigeria, China, Morocco and Chile, and it …
It’s easy as pie.
No, it’s a piece of cake.
Or maybe it’s impossible to make heads or tails out of them.
Idioms. They’re a lot of fun to teach and to learn, and they’ll make your students sound more …
Every ESL student is unique.
From their hobbies and native language to their favorite vocabulary, every student approaches English learning in a different way.
I’m willing to bet, though, that nearly all ESL students will agree on one thing: …
Your pupils are getting restless.
Your younger students switch on their phones while you explain the present simple yet another time.
Some adult learners who want to learn English without studying grammar are thinking about quitting.
I know the pain. …
Do you have a favorite adjective?
It’s hard for me to pick just one.
Adjectives are, by far, the best part of speech!
When used correctly, they can turn any regular old sentence into something special. Look at the two …
Are you looking for the ultimate side hustle?
Or perhaps a fulfilling career that you can scale from nothing and end up earning a decent income?
How about a job where you can genuinely help people achieve their goals, build …
What makes Sherlock Holmes such a great detective?
Is it his British charm and quick wit? His encyclopedic knowledge of crime, Greater London and understanding of human behavior?
Or is it his determination to get results and the logical process …