English Grammar - Present Continuous - Structure
http://www.teflonline.net This TEFL certification video explores the structure of the present continuous tense. Tense forms have specific structures that TEFL teachers will need to know before they get a TEFL job. Even if grammar wasn't a strong point at school, our TEFL training courses will give you the lessons you need to conduct meaningful and productive EFL lessons. /// Are you ready to live and teach abroad? Click here and get started today: https://www.teflcourse.net/?cu=YTDESCRIPTION
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I did not learn the phonetic alphabet in school but I must say, I found it really interesting and quite fun when learning it no.
I feel it will help students a lot when they are learning pronunciation and I would enjoy teaching it quite a lo.
This unit was very useful for m.
I was unaware of the ESA forma.
This lesson gave me a lot of good activity ideas as well as taught me the difference between mistakes and error.
I will be sure to incorporate all that I learned from this lesson into my tutoring lesson.
This is a good practical unit that teaches more about the logistics of teaching rather than the subject matte.
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