1. what does NEST mean
a) New English Speaker Teacher
b) Non-English Speaker Teacher
c)National English Speaker Teacher
d) Native English Speaker Teacher
2. What does Non NEST
a) No Native English Standard Teacher
b) Non Native Enrolled Speaker Teacher
c) Non Native English Speaker Teacher
d) No Native English Speaker Teacher
3. What does ELT mean?
a) English Language Teaching
b) English Language Theory
c) English Language Teacher
d) English Language Theorist
4. What are the concentric
a) The global, inner, and outside circle
b) The inner, outer, and expanding circle
c) The inside, outside, and widely circle
d) The extended, motivational, and widely
5.What is the inner circle?
a) It includes nations where English is the mother's
b) It includes countries where English is the only language
c) It includes countries where English is the language
used for any kind of process such as economic, social,
and cultural one.
6. What does EIL
a) English as an International Language
b) English as an Inner Language
c) English as an Independent Language
d) English as an Ideology Language
7. What is the Outer Circle?
a) It occurs in countries where English has been adopted as a
b) It occurs in nations where English has become an
c) It occurs in countries where English has been adopted as a
d) It occurs in nations where English has been developed as
8. What is the Expanding
a) It involves nations who have made the English Language an
International Mean of Life.
b) It involves countries who have adopted English as a second
c) It involves nations who have accepted English as a foreign
d) It involves nations who have taken English as the most
important Language spoken.
9. What does EFL means?
a) English as a Focused Language
b) English as a Foreign Language
c) English as a First Language
d) English as a Fancy Language
10. What does ESL means?
a) English as a Soled Language
b) English as a Second Language
c) English as a Security Language
d) English as a Semi-Structural Language
When The Teacher Is a
Non Native English
A Non-Native English Speaker
Teacher ( Non-NEST) may be
For whom English is a Second or a Foreign
Who works in an EFL environment.
Whose students are monolingual groups of
Who speaks the same Native Language as his or
Differences between NESTs and
NESTs and Non-NESTs differ in terms of
differ in terms of their teaching
can be equally good teachers on
Non-NESTs ' weaknesses
As weaknesses, we can find:
They speak a poorer English.
They use “bookish” language
They use English less
They are stricter, especially with
They provide a better learner
strategies more effectively.
They benefit for their ability to
use their students mother's