Not entirely sure how to work this site yet!

I’m still getting really confused, I want to change the tagline at the top  but don’t know how!

In other news, just finalising packing, photocopying documents, changing money, panicing, try to fit as much grammar into my brain as possible!

I am getting nervous now, was trying to sleep last night and just kept thinking ‘how the hell am I going to tell the bus driver where I want to go!’.

Hungarian is supposed to be really difficult to learn… oh dear!

I’ve got the teaching/grammar/language  books my centre recommended and I’m trying to cram some grammar in my brain.

 

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5 thoughts on “Not entirely sure how to work this site yet!

  1. Hi,

    Thank you for subscribing 🙂

    To change your tagline, go into your dashboard, then settings, then general settings. It’s at the top.

    Would I be right in assuming you’re going to do a CELTA course in Hungary… or would I be at least close?

    I found myself in excatly the same scenario when I graduated – I didn’t really have a clue what I wanted to do. But after doing the CELTA I know I made the right decision. I’ve just started my first proper teaching job in vietnam and I’m loving it so far 🙂

    Good luck!

    • Thanks so much for the help, don’t know how I missed that obvious settings bit before!

      Yup, I’m going to Budapest on Sunday and starting the course on Monday, I am a bit nervous! I’d absolutely love to go to Vietnam, I spent my entire last year at Uni doing a specialist history module on Vietnam and did my undergrad dissertation on it, I’d love to go and find out more about it besides the obvious war things! You lucky thing 🙂

      I’m glad you’re enjoying it and I hope I find an equally good tefl path!

      Thank you 😀

      • Enjoy the CELTA – it’s tough, but it’ll pay off at the end. There are plenty of teaching jobs over here – my company alone is looking to expand to 20 schools and double the amount of foreign teachers by early next year!

        With a CELTA, a degree and being a native speaker, the world of TEFL is your oyster!

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