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Teaching ESL vs EFLThere are many terms used to describe teaching English these days. Two of the most popular terms are ESL and EFL, meaning English as a Second Language and English as a Foreign Language respectively. Both involve teaching English to people whose primary language is not English. Although they are similar, and often interchangeable, there are subtle differences. English as a Second Language refers to teaching English in a country where the primary language is English. The students who take these courses come from a variety of backgrounds. They can be adults with basic English skills or children with no previous exposure. Since esl students are usually living in an English speaking country, they have a tendency to be more motivated with their education. This makes sense, as the students need to use English outside of the classroom as well. Lastly, there is also a higher chance for an ESL class to be multi-lingual. English as a Foreign Language refers to teaching English in a country where the primary language is not English. Typically, students are learning in an EFL environment as part of their school system or occupation. These students usually have years of training in English, but suffer with their listening, speaking and writing skills. Since EFL students are