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Ariella Libre Bonjour! I'm a native English speaker from NYC with a background in communication and minors in critical sexuality studies and psychology from Rutgers University. I left university before completing my last semester and ended up working as a barista. Despite my previous credentials, it became my career baseline. However, I'm now focused on attending art school in Europe. Throughout my 20s, I gained extensive experience in temporary organizational roles, such as reception, help desk support, and customer service. I excel in English communication, offering assistance in improving vocabulary, accent, and engaging in small talk with English speakers. Read my articles How Becoming a TEFL Teacher Can Help You Fulfill your Ultimate Potential According to Abraham Maslow | ITTT |...  [Read more]

TEFL USA ▷ Combined course - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ ITTT

TEFL Courses USA Come and join our popular TEFL course in the USA and discover the “land of the free”. Immerse yourself in the country’s diverse culture and get swept away by the breathtaking landscape, the excitement of the big city and the vast amount of activities on offer. ITTT’s TEFL course in the USA will give you the opportunity to learn how to teach English in a country where people come from all over the world searching for the American dream. The USA, one of the largest nations in the world, is a great place to earn your TEFL certification. It is a country with a new adventure waiting around every corner. Throughout this vast country, each region has its own unique flair, with a different climate, new landscapes and more dazzling cities to explore. Combined with the...  [Read more]

Future of English Considering its Derivatives Across the World - TEFL Blog

Tue, 21 May 2019 Elizaveta Pachina Alumni Experiences Future of English Considering its Derivatives Across the World From the time of the American revolution and onward, there has been a distinctive trend for American English and British English dialects to move away from each other. Whether taught in American English or British English, most people of either type will have little trouble understanding each other. Unlike the many dialects of China, English is a pretty ubiquitous language across the board, with a spattering of unique regional words. Table of Contents Rise of American Variant Phonetic System Derivation Common American Dialect Coexistence of British Dialects Canadian Speech Are there only British English and American English? Future of English Are you ready to spread...  [Read more]

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