The Women of Everest Language School

The Women of Everest

Anne-Marie Connolly

– Director of Studies, Doctor of Neuroscience and proud owner of Everest! Anne-Marie grew up in Tipperary, Ireland and has been teaching English for more than 10 years now. Her incredible care for the students and staff, her authentic and unique teaching methods and her supportive personality are just some of the things that make Anne-Marie a wonderful woman, a great teacher and a fantastic colleague to work with.

 

María Lago Salcedo

– Director of Operations, Spanish teacher and another proud owner of Everest Language School. María moved

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Updated: Cambridge Exam Dates 2017 Dublin – CAE and FCE

Cambridge Exam Dates 2017
Dublin exam dates for CAE & FCE

The new dates for the Cambridge exams from March to December 2017 are out now.  If you’re interested in signing up for one of the following exam dates book your Cambridge Preparation Course.

These are the dates for the General English Certificates

LEVEL
WRITTEN AND LISTENING EXAM
 WINDOW FOR SPEAKING EXAM
CLOSING DATE
PRICE

FCE
04 March 2017
24 February – 05 March
10 February
€175.00

FCE
08 April 2017
31 March – 09 April
16 March
€175.00

FCE
13 May 2017
05 – 14 May
21 April
€175.00

FCE
06 June 2017
26 May – 11 June
12 May
€175.00

FCE
24 June 2017
16 – 25 June
02 June
€175.00

FCE
27 July

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Learn English Idioms: Valentine's

Updated: Learn English Idioms for Valentine’s Day

Learn English idioms for Valentine’s Day
with Everest Language School

 

We want to wish all of our followers a very happy Valentine’s day and want to teach you some idioms for Valentine’s day. For any of you who want to learn English idioms about love and the heart we have created the poster above just for you. Please feel free to share the poster with you friends and help “spread the love”. Have a great Valentine’s day and we hope that using some of these idioms will help you find love in

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Statues and Monuments in Dublin

Statues and Monuments in Dublin

Happy new year everybody and welcome to 2017! I hope you all had good holidays and that you are ready to learn a lot more with us and also discover more in Dublin.

Did you know that there are over 142 statues, monuments, memorials, murals and mosaics in Dublin? All of them are really easy to reach. Well known statues and monuments of Dublin would include the statues of Molly Malone, Phil Lynott, James Joyce, Oscar Wilde, James Larkin and the Two Women. There is also

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13 English Idioms and Proverbs

13 English Idioms and Proverbs (Meanings and Examples) List of 13 English Idioms and Proverbs While you are talking with native speakers, they sometimes say things you don't understand. This is not because you don’t have the vocabulary to understand them, but because the sentences just don’t make sense to you. On the other hand, [...]
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Christmas Traditions in Ireland and Germany

Winter is Coming

December is here. It’s crazy how fast this year went. It actually feels like yesterday when I had a look on my calendar and it was December 2015. But even if I’m a little bit sad that 2016 will be over soon I’m looking forward to celebrating Christmas and the new year.

Especially for the upcoming time, I thought it would be fun to compare a little bit of the German and Irish Christmas.

Because every family celebrates Christmas differently, I will tell you now how my family

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Ielts in Dublin

8 Most Common Questions about IELTS for Irish Medical Council

IELTS for Irish Medical Council Which IELTS do I need (Academic or General)? If you are doing the IELTS for the Irish Medical Council you will need to do the Academic IELTS. The Academic IELTS is needed for most courses in colleges and university. The General Training exam is used for visa purposes in some [...]
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At the End of the Rainbow

At the End of the Rainbow

Once upon a time on a big island called Ireland, you could find little bearded men with green coats and hats. These little bearded men were called leprechauns and were famous for their hidden pot of gold at the end of the rainbow. If somebody could capture a leprechaun, the leprechaun offered three wishes for his freedom. They were also known for their mischievous behavior all over the country, but besides shoe-making, their favorite thing to do was to dance and make music.

You might wonder,

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Where to Throw Your Waste

Where to Throw Your Waste

This week’s mission was to find out how Irish people divide their waste. Yes, I know that can be a messy subject, but if you want to recycle the right way it’s important to know where to throw your waste.

In the beginning I was really confused about the recycling system here in Ireland. I couldn’t see the sense in mixing all the recyclable stuff together and then the non-recyclable, coming from a country where we divide into paper, plastic, bio and residual waste. Now I think

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Irish Music and Dance

Irish Music and Dance

by Eva Boes

Something you have to see when you are in Ireland and absolutely can’t miss is the traditional Irish music and dance. It’s famous all over the world and known as typically Irish.

You can hear traditional Irish music in some souvenir shops, music shops, live in a pub or on the street.

 

Famous Irish musicians

Not all Irish musicians are making traditional Irish music but are famous for their own kind of music. I’m sure you have heard of Sinéad O’Connor, U2, Van Morrison, Enya, The Dubliners,

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