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kellymay12
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I'm quite interested in being an English teacher in a German speaking country... but to do so would I definitely need to take English Lit A-Level considering I'm already a native speaker?

I'm taking German, History, Economics and Geography, would that be sufficient?
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I don't know a huge amount about this. I don't think you would have to take English A level. I believe you will need a TEFL qualification. Google it and it should tell you the requirements!
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Hi,

I'm currently working in a language school in Spain. I would say taking some English subject at A level would be important as people here in Spain are learning words even I don't know and my English is no where perfect. So I think doing English is a must be how long do you plan on doing this for? Teaching abroad its also preferably to already have a degree and things... pm me with any questionss
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