Teaching English abroad? A message from Expatsradio.

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Calling all teachers of English. Expatsradio is aware that there are large numbers of people who earn their livings by teaching English when they move abroad. We have recently been in discussion with a group of expert teachers who have been in the field for 40 years and written most of their own materials. Some of these have already been published but there are many more resources as yet unavailable to trachers at large. In order to see whether Expatsradio should take on the role of publisher, we'd like to hear from any of you who are in need of alternative teaching materials. In that way we can not only decide whether to go ahead but also which materials would be most in demand.

For example, do you have problems finding suitable listening materials or phrasal verb practice? Would you like a mix of grammar exercises at all levels that you can access from you desktop?

Please let us have you opinions and we will then see how we can help.

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Expatsradio, with you wherever you are.



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