Teaching Knowledge Test (TKT) – MCQ 04

Teaching Knowledge Test (TKT) – MCQ 04. Welcome to our TKT quizzes for TEFL teachers! Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL) is a rewarding and challenging profession that requires a strong command of the English language and a deep understanding of language acquisition and pedagogy.

These quizzes are designed to test your knowledge of key TEFL concepts and provide you with valuable feedback on your teaching skills. With a range of questions covering everything from teaching techniques to classroom management, these quizzes will help you stay current and improve your teaching practice.

Teaching Knowledge Test (TKT) – MCQ 04

Whether you are a seasoned TEFL teacher or just starting out, these quizzes will help you hone your skills and become a more effective and confident educator. So let’s get started and see how much you know about teaching English as a foreign language!

#1. is used for present or future situations which the speaker thinks are impossible or unlikely

#2. A sentence containing a main clause and one or more subordinate clauses

#3. is a question asked by the teacher to make sure that a learner has understood the meaning of new language

#4. is used for present or future possible or likely situations

#5. A classroom activity in which learners need to talk or write to other learners to complete the activity

#6. The mental processes involved in thinking, understanding and learning

#7. The way spoken or written texts are joined together with grammar or lexis

#8. To say something is nice, to give praise

#9. When ideas in a spoken or written text fit together clearly and smoothly, and so are logical and make sense to the listener or reader.

#10. Words which are regularly used together.

#11. A feature in a text which provides cohesion

#12. is used for past situations that cannot be changed

#13. is the technique of asking concept questions or using other techniques to check that learners have understood the meaning of a new structure or item of vocabulary.

#14. A piece of information that helps someone to find the answer to a problem

#15. is used when we talk about something that is always true if another action takes place

#16. is used when the speaker wants to talk about different time frames in one sentence

#17. Relating to real objects, situations or actions.

#18. Language normally used in informal conversation but not in formal speech or writing

#19. The different parts of a lesson plan

#20. Nouns, verbs, adjectives or prepositions that are made up of two or more words and have one unit of meaning

#21. An approach to teaching and practising language which is based on the principle that learning a language successfully involves real written and spoken communication rather than just memorising a series of rules.

#22. Understanding something which is spoken or written.



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