Can Learning a New Language Improve Your Brain?
by Li-Ann Smal
So… you might have heard the buzz around Everest Language School… there’s a psychological study going on! Two final year students from Trinity College Dublin, Taarika and Li-Ann, have been snooping around school to see if anyone wants to take part. Why, you ask? With the help of Anne-Marie (who is a Dr. due to her research on bilingualism and the brain), we want to see whether having two languages gives you (and your brain) an advantage over people who only
English School Dublin The Everest teachers and staff: Everest English School Dublin is a small school in the heart of Dublin city centre. We are an English school that cares a lot about giving our students the best possible language learning experience in the school and the best experience of Dublin city. Our academy [...]
Some recent mentions of Everest Language School in the press:
Everest Language School is on Travel Mag’s list of Dublin’s top English schools:
We’ve looked into all of the language schools in Dublin and come up with our top three. In doing so we’ve tried to provide as much variety as possible, but you can be sure that each one comes with a high level of repute. We hope you find our selection useful.
Everest featured in a recent article in The Dublin Enquirer about improving the standards for teachers in Dublin.
Many schools are
IELTS Task 1 Band 9 Below is a sample IELTS Task 1 question and a model answer. The answer is estimated to get a Band 9 Score. Have a look at the answer first and then we can look at it in more detail. source: IELTS Buddy The table below shows the estimated oil capacity [...]
Bilingual Brains are stronger brains Why do you want to learn English? This is a question that we often ask our students at the beginning of their course, and they usually tell us that their motivation comes from their need to use English for their jobs, to pass the exams necessary for them to get [...]
How can I find a “cheap English school” in Dublin?
Cheap English School Dublin: If you are looking for a cheap English course in a very good quality school, here is some advice that will help you to get the best value for money.
Is a Cheap English school always the best?
Do not book the cheapest English school in Dublin! It is important that you do your homework BEFORE booking a school. That means comparing prices, reviews, course structures and timetables. Find an English course that is good value and high quality before you
Understand English in Ireland
Most of the time, students arriving to Ireland will come with a fair knowledge of English. We’ve all watched movies in English, studied in school, listened to music…and when we move abroad we are not too worried because, at least, we have the basics! Then we arrive and the reality of the city you’ve chosen hits you. The accent is so different from what you learnt in school and there are expressions you hear every day that you have never heard before (and have no idea what
Thanks for all your support
We would like to say a huge thank you to every one of you! Today is our second birthday and while we are still a toddler we have grown a lot in the last two years. This time 2 years ago, we had one class, no staff and hundreds of dreams. Now we have had hundred of students, have the best team we could dream of and a thousand more dreams.
Everest has made such progress thanks to our incredible teachers, our amazing office staff and interns
Fluent in English in 10 minutes not 10 years
Neuroscience technology lets you learn a language in 10 minutes!
As some of you know, our Director of Studies has recently completed her PhD in Neuroscience in Trinity College Dublin. The focus of her research was on bilingualism and its effect on the brain. This weekend, she is going to Finland to present some very exciting findings at the Learning and Plasticity (LaP). This new discovery will allow students to become fluent in English or any language in between 10 and 20 minutes!
Learn Irish English Expressions for Paddy’s Day
‘Well, what’s the craic? Do you have a couple of DEADLY Irish expressions ready for Paddy’s Day?’
“What’s the craic, are we heading to the parade?” Translation : What is the plan, shall we go to see the parade?
“Stall the ball, I’m just after waking up!” Translation: Give me a couple of minutes, I have just woken up.
“Well we would want to get a move on” Translation: We need to hurry up.
“It’ll be grand, sure.” Translation : Don’t worry, everything will be ok
“Are you coming
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