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    Hello, teachers:
    Is it idiomatic and right to say " He is a TESL teacher." if he teaches people who live in an English- speaking country, but whose first language is not English.

    Thanks for your confirmation.

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    Re: TESL

    Quote Originally Posted by WUKEN View Post
    Hello, teachers:
    Is it idiomatic and right to say " He is a TESL teacher." if he teaches people who live in an English- speaking country, but whose first language is not English.

    Thanks for your confirmation.
    Yes, though "an ESL teacher" is better because the "T" stands for "teacher/teaching".

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