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TESOL Videos - TESOL TEFL Reviews - Video Testimonial - Cameron
Cameron from the USA moved to Mexico and started teaching English before taking her TEFL course with ITTT. In this TEFL review Cameron tells how she decided to take the course to help her improve her teaching skills as she had no prior teaching experience before moving to Mexico. Cameron took 23 days to complete the 20 modules of the course and the ability to study at her own pace was something that really suited her study style. One of the main benefits of the course for Cameron was the tutor support. During the course she was able to contact her tutor with any questions that she had and receive helpful feedback and explanations in a timely manner.
This is what one of our TEFL graduates feels he has gained from the course, or a part of it, and how he plans to put into action what he has learned.
The 'modals' are can, could, may, might, shall, should, will, must, have to, need to, needn't and ought to. They are used before other verbs to add meaning to the main verb. Models can be used to express a number of different ideas such as Obligation, Possibility, Permission, Ability and Advice. Modal Auxiliary verbs can be used to express different degree of formality. For example Can I borrow some money or May I borrow some money? Even though they have similar meanings, they could be used in different situations.Modals with more than one meaning may express past ideas in different ways according to meaning.