New ELTarticles May 2011

That’s “English Language Teaching articles” and pronounced “ee el tartikulz”, in case your not up to date with the latest TEFL lingo.

Teaching those dreaded “benefit classes”

Teaching contractions (that’s I’m, you’ve etc, so no connection to pregnancy)

10 time expressions your students probably need to know (and how to make sure they do)

Teaching pronunciation of the alphabet to EFL adults – LINK FIXED

Typical problems with pronunciation of the English alphabet (including in natural linked speech) – LINK FIXED

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