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Why complete a TEFL courseIn pursuing a TEFL certificate, you may come across an array of different terms that, at first, may seem confusing: ESL, EFL, TESL and tesol are the most common. To all intents and purposes they mean the same thing - TEFL. Here is a short explanation of each term: ESL - English as a second language English language courses in countries where English is the dominant or official language (e.g.: united states). EFL - English as a foreign language English language courses in countries where English is not the common or official language (e.g. thailand). TEFL - Teaching English as a Foreign Language A term that refers to teacher training courses in EFL. TESL - Teaching English as a Second Language A general term that refers to many things. For instance, a TESL course refers to a program where students learn how to teach English as a second language. A TESL organization refers to a professional organization that represents teachers of English as a second language, for example, TESL Taiwan (national organization), TESL California (provincial) and TESL Prague (city). TESL may also refer to the teaching English as second language field in general (e.g. ?I work in TESL.?). tesol - Teachers of