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If the site has ESL employment in more than one region of Asia, or if the employment offered is not for one of the regional sub-categories, then it should be submitted here. Also directories of ESL employment in Asia should be submitted to this category. Most ESL websites should be submitted to a subcategory. NOTE: Please check the ESL subcategories carefully for the most appropriate place to submit a proposed listing. Please submit only one listing per website, linking to the proposed top level URI. Please do not submit a proposed listing more than once, or to more than one subcategory. Please do not use redirect URIs; these will be detected and deleted. Also, please check the spelling and grammar in your proposed listing; if a proposed listing is not in correct English, that says something about the ESL resources being offered.
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Please only submit sites in this category for ESL websites that offer more resources than any one of the subcategories. Most ESL websites should be submitted to a subcategory. NOTE: Please check the ESL subcategories carefully for the most appropriate place to submit a proposed listing. Please submit only one listing per website, linking to the proposed top level URI. Please do not submit a proposed listing more than once, or to more than one subcategory. Please do not use redirect URIs; these will be detected and deleted. Also, please check the spelling and grammar in your proposed listing; if a proposed listing is not in correct English, that says something about the ESL resources being offered.
Websites in this category and its subcategories contain English as a Second Language (ESL) resources for students and teachers. ESL is the learning and teaching of the English language to people who are not native speakers of English, that is, that do not have English as their mother tongue. Regarding terminology, "ESL" is the term commonly used in the USA, in Canada it is also known as English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL), and in the rest of the world it is known as English as a Foreign Language (EFL).
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