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“English is the language of a people who have probably earned their reputation for perfidy and hypocrisy because their language itself is so flexible, so often light-headed with with statements which appear to mean one thing one year and quite … Continue reading

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#Teaching & #Learning #English in #Chile

** Teaching & Learning English in Chile Teaching & Learning English in Chile What Every Teacher Should Know Authored by Thomas Jerome Baker This book is dedicated to all the people who are or have ever been students of a … Continue reading

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The Best Teacher in Chile

Today I’m in a reflective mood. That’s one of the many reasons that led me to create this blog. Although I’m a teacher of English as a Foreign Language, I knew I wanted to reflect on not only my teaching, … Continue reading

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NNEST Discrimination: Looking For Work In the UK – Any Advice?

Patricia Rose Love Lecturer for English for Academic Purposes programmes at Guangdong Hua-Fu International Foundation Year Center China Patricia Rose Love • “From what I have observed, hiring depends on either the national or local labor board and its regulations. … Continue reading

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We Are All Born Free & Equal: Unless You Are A Non-Native English Speaking Teacher (NNEST)

Article 1. All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights. They are endowed with reason and conscience and should act towards one another in a spirit of brotherhood. Where does this come from? Patience, dear reader. … Continue reading

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