Teach English in Moscow, Russia

Date posted:2005-10-19 | Writer: Inlingua Moscow | Email: [email protected]


Inlingua Moscow, a member of the world-wide language schools' network inlingua with over 300 schools in about 30 countries and the headquarters in Bern, Switzerland, is seeking qualified experienced English teachers, NATIVE SPEAKERS ONLY!

Start date: November 2005

Our target clients are corporate clients and adult professionals at any level. Lessons are held both in the companies and at our premises.

Our terms:
- 6- or 12-months full-time contract (130 lessons @ 45 min. a month)
- competitive salary
- overtime payment
- emergency medical insurance
- airfare reimbursement (economic class one way, upon completion of the contract)
- visa & invitation
- survival crash course of Russian
- assistance with accommodation
- free Internet access (upon computer availability)

Depending on the qualifications and experience of an applicant, further benefits may be discussed.

Applicants must have a university degree, some teaching experience and a TEFL certificate.

Of significant advantage is a university degree in journalism, linguistics or finance.

References are required!

Please forward your CV by either fax or e-mail:
+7 095 970 1658
[email protected]
c/o: Tatyana Morozova
Re: Teaching position

Below you can read feedback from an ITTT graduate regarding one section of their online TEFL certification course. Each of our online courses is broken down into concise units that focus on specific areas of English language teaching.


The future tense indicates that an action is in the future relative to the speaker or writer. I learned that there are 7 different forms used for future tense in the sentence. They are as follow: the Future Simple, the Future continuous, the Future Perfect , the Future Perfect Continuous, be going + infinitive, the Present simple and the present simple continuous. This lesson provided examples of how to use the format.This unit focused on pronunciation and phonology, its differences and ways of teaching. On pronunciation, I learned about the different ways to demonstrate how to pronounce certain words such as using visuals or your own mouth. I also learned how to read phonemic symbols which may be helpful as native speakers of English don't necessarily get the training to teach pronunciation and it often gets neglected in the classroom.