EFL or ESL: all about context

Kate Bell helps explain the difference between different types of language classrooms. English as a Foreign Language (EFL) and English as a Second Language (ESL). While both are seeking the same goal–language fluency–the students have different motivations and concerns due to their environment. Read the article here.

How can this distinction can apply to Kazakhstan’s education system, not only for English, but also Russian and Kazakh learning environments?

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