Teaching job for a Non Native?

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Teaching job for a Non Native?

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Hello! I'm Greek, 25, good English accent. I've taught English in China for almost 5 years. I arrived in Phnom Penh a few days ago. Asking expats around for school recommendations, they all basically told me that they'll take me "everywhere" but noone specified where everywhere is 😂.

I got no bachelor degree. (quit the filmschool to shoot a feature film)
No TEFL either. 5 years of experience is more valuable maybe?

If you could name some schools where I could go and hand my cv that'd be great.
Thank you!
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Phnom Penh jobs alert on FB.
Lots hiring now
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Awesome. Thank you!
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describe yourself as a native Eng speaker. Mom was British.
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whats the average weekly pay for a job like that? with credentials like that?
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1200 to 1400 per month. 27 he weeks of work per week, but attendance around 40 hrs.
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:dragonchase:
If yougreek ,is that a rude way of talk ,is going Greek ? How is this connection to birth control ? Thanks for explain :friends:
:stir: Be seeing you this weekend & doing some photo display ,c\o Jun Jun guesthouse .
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No, Greek means from Greece.
Silence, exile, and cunning.
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The Greek were known for their erm.. methods of birth control
A Canadian Goose.
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Re: Teaching job for a Non Native?

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Now Now - no need to give people shit for going Greek

I wish the OP good luck.

About 80 percent of the entries in any English dictionary are borrowed, mainly from Latin. Over 60 percent of all English words have Greek or Latin roots. In the vocabulary of the sciences and technology, the figure rises to over 90 percent. About 10 percent of the Latin vocabulary has found its way directly into English without an intermediary (French)

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