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TEFL Quizzes for TEFL Teachers – MCQ 13

TEFL Quizzes for TEFL Teachers – MCQ 13. Welcome to our TEFL 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.

TEFL Quizzes for TEFL Teachers – MCQ 13

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. Vowels are characterized by ..........

#2. The lexical relation that occurs between (declare) and (announce) is ..............

#3. The view of an ideal English teacher is evolving. Today ,determining the quality of an ESL teacher is based more on ..........

#4. The second language acquisition theory that compares the target language to the learner's native language is referred to as ......

#5. The current dominant approach in TESOL is the ........which states that conveying meaning is the primary purpose of language.

#6. In the word (metallic), the (ic) is a suffix used to derive............ out of other parts of speech.

#7. Oral drills and patterns practice are techniques used by EFL instructions who implement teaching style referred to as the..........method

#8. To make language learning more relevant and engaging to the younger generation arising trend in TESOL is:

#9. TESOL draws on theories of ........... to develop better lesson plans and aim for more affective teaching.

#10. The notion that the ability to acquire language is biologically linked to age is called ......

#11. When the acoustic and articulatory phenomena is studied. This constitutes part of ...........

#12. L2 learners apply knowledge from their native language to the language they are learning. This attempt is often referred to as .....

#13. Slips of the tongue (e.g. yesterday instead of tomorrow in " I will see you yesterday") can be explained as a .......... error.

#14. (Sara waited for the plane, but the plane was late.) The previous statement is classified as a/an .......... sentence.

#15. (Reem ate breakfast while Noura went shopping)The previous statement is classified as ............. sentence.

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