How To Teach The Present Perfect

The present perfect is basic knowledge for any English learner, and it’s essential that they use it in all parts of the exam. Including their speaking. So if you’re unsure about the grammar, read on and make sure you nail it in class! The Basics – Beginner Level The easiest way to explain the presentContinue reading “How To Teach The Present Perfect”

How To Teach Relative Clauses

      Relative clauses are essential for every student, no matter the level they are studying for. So whether you’re teaching them the basics or the finer points, have a look at my guide to make sure you know the answer to every question you’re asked! Pronouns Which / That* for things Who / WhomContinue reading “How To Teach Relative Clauses”

How To Teach Conditionals

  If you were an EFL teacher, How would you teach conditional structures to your students? Well here’s my take on it. Zero The zero conditional is for general truths or facts. People use this for things they are absolutely certain about, scientific facts, etc…. For when the result of the condition will always happen.Continue reading “How To Teach Conditionals”

How To Ace An EFL Conversation Class

Whether you’re working in an academy or you’re on your own doing private classes house to house, conversation classes can be tough to get right. Often, the hours you spend there can feel empty, or without any foundation. If you feel it, the student will feel it too. So here’s my breakdown of some of theContinue reading “How To Ace An EFL Conversation Class”

5 tips for new EFL teachers.

My first class as an EFL teacher wasn’t what you would call a breeze. More like a trial by fire! Here I was, standing in front of a room full of adults, shaking, wondering what the hell had possessed me to answer the job posting. Which, incidentally, I had answered because I had been sickContinue reading “5 tips for new EFL teachers.”