• Applicant Details

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  • Please mention any medical problems that may affect your performance on the course and include any allergies, or medical conditions for which you are receiving treatment.
  • Industry Experience

  • If any.
  • Please indicate degree of fluency.
  • Next of kin

  • Pre-Interview Task

    Please complete this task carefully as it is one of the factors we take into consideration when making a decision about your application. We strongly recommend you use a grammar book when completing the task. Please remember that your explanations should reflect what you might say in a classroom to students, so should not be over-complicated.
  • Part One

    For each of the following sentences: A. Correct the student error by writing the corrected sentence first, B. Explain, as simply as possible, why we use the corrected version. Example: I meet my friends last night. A. I met my friends last night B. Used here to express a completed action in the past
  • 1) The car washed yesterday.

  • 2) I am believing in the tooth fairy.

  • 3) She has ate 3 chocolates.

  • Part 2

    How would you convey the difference in meaning of the following pairs of sentences to a learner of English?
  • Part 3

    Comment on the meaning of the CAPITALIZED word in both sentences.
  • Part 4

    Add two more similar items to each list:
  • Part 5

    How would you clarify the difference in meaning between the following pairs of words to a student?
  • Part 6

    Read the following sentence, putting the stress on the word in CAPITALS in a), b), and c) what is the speaker trying to express in each sentence?
  • Part 7

    Pronunciation Mark the stress in the words below. EXAMPLE: HOSpital / underSTAND
  • Part 8

    Sometimes we can label a speaker’s intention (i.e. ‘inviting’, ‘offering’). We call these labels FUNCTIONS. Look at the short dialogue below and label the function of each utterance.