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Teaching ESL versus EFLTeaching english as a Second language (ESL) and teaching english as a foreign language (EFL) are two distinctly different undertakings and should therefore involve slightly different teaching principles and practices. In understanding the difference between ESL and EFL teaching, it is helpful to note that ESL teaching usually involves a group of multilingual students living in the country of the ‘target’ language (which, in this case, would be english). EFL teaching, on the other hand, usually involves the teaching of a group of monolingual students living in their own country, where english is not the primary language (Krieger, 2005). These differing teaching environments make for completely different classroom dynamics, with cultural interaction and use of the mother-tongue being large determinants. Student motivation and ease of learning process in ESL and EFL In ESL teaching, because the students are living in an english-speaking country, and are thus immersed in the