Present v past tense The most common error you will hear is your students keeping everything in the present tense. Though your students will be aware of its importance, unless you remind them they will naturally keep speaking in the… Read More ›
I frequently get worried looking students coming up to me asking me how they can improve their English before their exam. Many are taking it for the second or third time having not attained the score they need to go… Read More ›
How do you or can you say (something)? Error: How to say? / How to spell? This comes from the direct translation of Chinese to English: ‘zen me shuo?’ / ‘zen me pin xie’. This is the most common mistake… Read More ›
A few shots of some of my formal and more informal classes along the way while teaching abroad.
Salary Levels, Experience and Qualifications The highest salaries are to be made in the big cities mainly Beijing, Shanghai, Chengdu and Shenzhen. Expect wages to drop significantly after that, though many places will provide free accommodation instead. The most desirable… Read More ›
Teacher that will find this material useful fall loosely into the following categories: Professionals/EFL Teachers Already established teachers who may be looking to freshen up or add to their existing material. If your career is in education then keeping your… Read More ›