5 Reasons to do an
Internship in Dublin
IMPROVE YOUR ENGLISH!
The research of our Director of Studies looks at how numerous factors impact on how we learn a second language. While we love having you in Everest Language School, we understand that practising your English in a work environment is an essential step in improving your fluency and developing a specialised vocabulary related to you professional field.
PRACTISE WHAT YOU HAVE LEARNED
An internship gives you a chance to practise both your English and you professional skills. There is a big difference between learning
Research at Everest Language School
We were so inspired by our visit from Dr Thomas Bak yesterday that we want to tell you more about the research that we are doing at Everest
Learning a new language benefits your brain!
At Everest we study the psychology and neuroscience of language acquisition. As you become bilingual your brain learns to balance your two language systems. This is like exercise for your brain and it makes it stronger.
We want to collect data from as many students as possible to help us build up models of
Free English Classes in Everest
To celebrate the opening of EVEREST LANGUAGE SCHOOL we are offering you one or two weeks of FREE English classes. March 23-27 and March 30- April 4 2015
These course will run from 11am to 12.30pm from Monday to Friday.
To join these classes join this Facebook Event.
The only fee is €30 registration fee. If after these classes you decide to continue studying with us, you will never have to pay this fee again.
Make sure you join this event or send us an email to email@example.com so we
Why is learning English difficult?
English is not a phonetic language.
So ‘red’ and ‘read’ are pronounced exactly the same in this sentence:
“She read the red book yesterday”
But ‘reed’ and ‘read’ are also pronounced the same, as in this sentence:
She sat among the reeds to read her book.
But ‘read’ in the first sentence is not pronounced the same as ‘read’ in the second sentence!
As a result of this, English spelling is extremely difficult (even for native speakers).
All the vowel sounds here sound the same but are spelt differently
keep seat he
An IELTS discuss both sides and give your opinion type question can be answered in this way. Above we have divided the writing into 4 paragraphs. There are many ways to organise this essay, but we find this format the simplest and most effective. Remember this template only applies to a “Discuss both sides” question. In the IELTS you can be asked a number of different types of questions in writing task 2. We want to use this blog to help you learn English, please tell us in the
There are FOUR conditional tenses in English.
We will start by looking at the ZERO conditional
Structure: IF + PRESENT SIMPLE, … PRESENT SIMPLE
Example: If water reaches 0 degrees, it freezes
If I drink gin, I cry!
We use the zero conditional to describe things that are always true (i.e. there are NO(or zero!) special conditions necessary in order for the second part of the clause to happen.
Think of the zero conditional as FACT or RELIABLE REALITY. As we move towards the FIRST,