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CALL4ALL.us is a huge Language Links Library to help anyone engaged in language teaching or learning, in over 100 languages.

Like all professions, the profession of teaching English is full of acronyms. Some you'll come across freqently, such as ELT, EFL and TEFL. Others are less common, or perhaps only common in writing (such as NNS). Two of the unofficial acronyms listed here are EDNAS and TENAR.

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A dedicated resource for aspiring and existing teachers. The information on our website includes experience requirements, job duties, and salary expectations that will help individuals in career advancement.

ESL resource site for teachers of English to children. Includes over 800 original flashcards, worksheets, games & activities, job postings and more.

Reports and articles from ESL/EFL teachers around the world; featured interviews with ESL leaders; free weekly e-mail newsletter.

100 Free teacher 's resource page with over 900 printable Worksheets, Topics, Games,Flashcards, and a lot more.

Elementary school English games, songs and ideas. Bilingual Japanese and English. Updated every month. Taking Primary Schools by Storm was what the Daily Yomiuri said!

Metaphor examples for educators, students and writers. Includes lessons and tutorials for school and essays on metaphor.

Questique is a strategy crossword board game that can be used as an aid for teaching the English language

Cross-referenced glossary of grammatical terms to do with the English language, explaining both the meaning and usage of each expression.

VocabularyQuiz.net has systematic approach to improve active vocabulary. It contains most asked vocabulary for TOEFL, GMAT GRE.