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Teaching EFL vs ESLTeaching ESL and EFL can often be confusing for some. ESL stands for English as a Second Language and EFL stands for English as a Foreign Language. The main difference between the two is the status of English in the classroom and the country. Even with this distinction, many might still be unsure if there really is a difference between teaching ESL or EFL. For anyone interested in a career in teaching English to non-native english speakers it will be important to cover the key dynamics of EFL and ESL. Teaching (ESL) English as a Second Language means teaching English to students living in a primarily English speaking country. Many examples of teaching ESL come to mind. Teaching immigrant students, from a country (such as Mexico or Laos) where English is not the native language, in the U.S. can be considered teaching ESL. In addition, another example of teaching ESL could include teaching in india where the status of English is significant because of its use in commerce, trade, politics and other sectors can also be considered teaching ESL. Teaching (EFL) English as a Foreign Language means teaching English to students where English is not the primary language or does not have high enough