General English is a loose term used to describe the type of English required for everyday situations: hold a general conversation, read a newspaper, watch television and so on.
It can be compared to more specific English teaching such as Business English, English for Academic Purposes and so on.
For more, see General English.
TEFL stands for Teaching English as a Foreign Language. Simply put, this is usually used to talk about teaching English to people who live in a non-English speaking country and who want to learn English for business or to take an exam, etc.
It is pretty much equivalent to TESOL and TESL.
For more, see TEFL - Teaching English as a Foreign Language.
We get many people asking to learn English with ICAL.
However, if you would like to learn general English, then please click here.
Of course, remember also that our TEFL Resources can be used by anyone whether you are a teacher or a student. The ICAL Grammar Guide, in particular, has been written in straightforward English so that it can be understood by as many people as possible.Image © delphwynd