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Beatles Music, Football and Cultural Festivals

Beatles Music, Football and Cultural Festivals

Hi guys!

I hope you are doing well and you had lots of fun last week!

Monday, business as usual. Its time to check our Everest Event suggestions for this week!


05.10. – 11.10.2015


Mon Oct 05. – The Bootleg Beatles, Ireland’s National Concert Hall

Who loves the Beatles? Everyone does!

They are touted as one of the world’s greatest tribute acts and will perform hits from the Fab Four’s ground breaking catalogue of songs. Tickets for 35 EUR.



Thu Oct 08. – UEFA Euro 2016 Qualifier Football, Ireland vs. Germany

My favourite

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Studying English in Dublin

Fun ways to practise your English

Discover Dublin with Everest Language School
Fun ways to practise your English

Hi guys! We hope you enjoyed your last week to the fullest and our guide helped you a little bit. So here we go again, our weekly Everest Event suggestions around our lovely city of Dublin.

Finishing Oct 04 – OKTOBERFEST!!!

Of course for me as a German guy this is absolutely necessary! You should go and have a nice currywurst and a couple of beers while listening to German music. It’s taking part at George’s Dock in the IFSC Docklands.

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Learn English in Dublin

Discover Dublin with Everest Language School

 Discover Dublin with Everest Language School
 From Monday to Friday (21.09. – 27.09.2015)

 Hi guys!

 It’s time for our weekly Everest Event suggestions around our lovely city   of DUBLIN


Mon, Sep 07. – 20. – Tiger Dublin Fringe Theatre Festival

If you are interested in theatres, the next weeks are going to be yours!

The “Tiger Dublin Fringe Theatre Festival” started already but continues until the Sep 20th.

Exciting Theatre, Dance, Music, Circus, Comedy, Spiegel Talent & Live Art is guaranteed!

Check out: to see the highlights and what’s on today.

Thu, Sep 24.  – Oct 11. –

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English Grammar: How to use Commas

English Grammar: How to use Comma

7 Tips on How to Use Commas in English

1. The seven coordinating conjunctions: and, but, for, or, nor, so, yet demand a comma to separate an independent clause. Example:

“He climbed to the top of the mountain, but he still couldn’t see the sea.”

2. When we put an introductory phrase before a main clause, we use a comma. Example:

“Early one morning, Maria decided to climb Everest.”

3. When we want to add extra (non-essential) information in the middle of a sentence, we use commas to separate this idea from the main sentence.

Maria, who had never

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Beautifully Illustrated English Idioms by Rosha

Being an English teacher really makes you realise how crazy English can be. When you start to look at the idioms we use every day it’s really like opening a can of worms. The more you looks at English Idioms the more off the wall they seem. Thankfully an English teacher from Ireland (ROSHA) has created these fantastic illustrations to help you remember some of the most common idioms in English.

“Having recently moved to Brazil, learning a new language and also teaching English, has made me think more about

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The Passive Voice

English Grammar Lesson: The Passive Voice

English Grammar: The Passive Voice

In English, the most important information always comes at the beginning of the sentence. The passive voice allows us to draw attention to the object of the verb rather than the agent (the “do-er” of the action). It is also a tool for when the agent is unknown, unimportant or obvious.


To construct the passive use the verb TO BE in the necessary tense and then add the PAST PARTICIPLE of the verb required.


If you have any questions please ask in the comments below.

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Too much too many not enough English Grammar

Too Much, Too Many and Not Enough



Sometimes there are too many rules to follow in English. Sometimes learning a language can feel like too much work, especially when you don’t have enough time. We have put together this infographic to help you understand and remember some of the rules for using too much, too many and not enough. If you have any questions please ask us in the comments and if there is anything else you would like us to explain, please ask us below.




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Your bilingual brain rocks!

We can’t say it enough: Learning a language has, among many other benifits, an amazing impact on your brain. It makes your brain stronger, healthier, more resilient… Keeping your mind active is as important as keeping your body fit. No matter when you start learning a language, even if you are never going to fully master it… it will always be beneficial!

Watch this fantastic TED-Ed Lesson by Mia Nacamulli where she explains three different types of bilingual brains and why is it so good for you!

Start learning a new language

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Do you know how to kiss in English?

Strange Sounds in Different Languages

Sometimes when you’re are teaching English or learning English you discover strange things about different languages. This week in class Anne-Marie discovered that dogs make different noises in Arabic, Spanish, French and Italian! We then discovered other strange things… For example, in English the sound “smack” is what we hear when you hit someone in the face, but in French “smack” is the the sound of a kiss. Another strange one was that in English a pig says “oink” whereas in Hungarian a pig says “hunk”. A

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Why should you learn a language?

“The knowledge of two languages is greater than the sum of their parts”. This means that learning a new language provides us with SO much more than simply knowing lots of words in two languages – watch our video to discover some other advantages of becoming bilingual.


Contact us to start learning a new language today! Come to study English in Dublin or join our Spanish courses.

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