Teaching English in Argentina: A Brief Guide Last year I spent a semester teaching English in Argentina. Buenos Aires. I enjoyed this experience so much that I’m now planning to
by Paul Finnerty I’ve been on both sides of the tracks when it comes to language-learning. I’ve worked as an English teacher for overseas learners for going on a decade
Teaching English in Uruguay: My Experience and Tips Uruguay is a great place to visit, study, work, and live. Not only is it a country with quite an open-minded population,
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Using First Language in the Classroom When I was first thinking of advertising my services as a young one-to-one teacher I decided to read some advertisements by my colleagues to
The Copernican Principle – named after the 16th-century Polish astronomer Nicolaus Copernicus – says that there are no ‘special’ observers. In other words, we can explain how the universe works