About TEFL.net

Welcome to TEFL.net—a site dedicated to ESL teachers and staff. This is where you can:

TEFL.net is written mainly in British English, taking the The Concise Oxford Dictionary of Current English as a reference. For American English we use Webster's New World College Dictionary as a reference.

Warning: TEFL.net does not accredit or "recognize" TEFL courses. If you see any TEFL course that claims to be accredited or recognized by TEFL.net, beware. Caveat emptor

TEFL.net is part of the EnglishClub community. Like EnglishClub, access to all parts of TEFL.net is free. But, unlike EnglishClub, which provides resources both for students and for teachers of English, TEFL.net is designed exclusively for teachers of English.

TEFL.net is your resource. Please feel free to use it in any way you wish to help you teach English. And please let us know what you think Josef Essbergerabout TEFL.net and what you would like to see added.

Hoping you enjoy TEFL.net.

Josef Essberger

Founder, TEFL.net

Cambridge, England