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TEFL Videos - TESOL TEFL Reviews - Video Testimonial - Mira
Mira is from Australia and completed the 120-hour online course without tutor support with ITTT. In this TEFL review she tells us how the flexibility offered by ITTTâ€™s online course meant that Mira was able to complete the course at her own pace, fitting her study time around her busy work schedule. She completed the 20 units within four and a half months. Mira has learned a lot from the course including lesson planning, student assessment, vocabulary and grammar and is looking forward to putting all she has learned to use in the classroom.
This is what one of our TEFL graduates feels he has gained from the course, or a part of it, and how he plans to put into action what he has learned.
The present continuous (also known as the present progressive) tense is made with the present simple tense of the auxiliary verb to be and the present participle (verb plus ing - working) of the main verb. Present perfect relates to the past and although commonly used by a native speaker, presents some difficulties to the English language learner. Present perfect continuous relates past activities to the present. It implies that either the activity is likely to continue in the future, or that the activity was in the progress for some length of time, or both.