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We provide native-speaking, fully-qualified English language trainers for individual, paired, or small-group learners. Whether you are learning for personal or business reasons, your trainer will incorporate your individual needs and learning goals into your personalised syllabus. Classes can be held at your office or home, on weekdays or weekends, and at the most convenient time of day for you.

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One-to-one General/Business

English Course in Cork

It doesn't matter if you want to learn English for business or pleasure - our customised language courses will help you get where you want to be.

A General English course will concentrate on providing you with the knowledge you need in order for your trips abroad to be more interesting. You will no longer need to shy away from conversations with the locals. On the other hand, the Business English lessons offered by us are more useful for anyone who needs to be able to speak English for work purposes. It could be the boost your career needs.


The flexible nature of our courses means that you can choose what you want to be taught. This means that you aren't restricted simply to Business or General courses but can go for something which will genuinely give you what you need. In the same vein, the syllabus for General courses is not set in stone - all you need do is ask your teacher.


There is not just one specific type of career which benefits from Business courses. Many different types of worker can give their prospects a boost this way. . The challenge of learning English is one of the reasons why students are attracted to our General courses. We all have our own reasons for learning English and the lessons can be adapted to cater to each individual.

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Info about Cork


The city of Cork and its surrounding area is home to around 300,000 people, and is the second largest city in the Republic of Ireland. Often seen as something of a 'rebel' county, native Cork residents have their own distinctive accent, dialect and vocabulary, tending to be higher in pitch than most Irish accents; and often compared with Liverpudlian accents due to the long-standing rate of immigration to Liverpool from Cork.

Home of the Blarney Stone, Cork is a terrific place to pick up a new language, having long stood as a centre for immigration in the region - around 20% of the city's population was born outside Ireland. This cultural diversity means more native speakers of other languages in the region, giving plenty of reasons to study a new tongue.


Cork Facts

Airports in Cork: Cork Airport Ireland
Famous Books about Cork: The Book of Kells
Shopping Centres in Cork: MahonPoint Shopping Centre
Famous People from Cork: Frank O'Connor
Main Rivers in Cork: River Lee

Info about English


As the world's most commonly-spoken language, with over 1 billion speakers, English is the universal language of the globe. To make it easier in joining them, you can hire a fully qualified teacher of English to visit you at a time and place decided at your convenience, providing all essential study materials and tailoring the course to your precise specifications. Groups can be tutored as well as individuals, and the personal attention you receive will be of great assistance to your language learning.


English Facts

How do I say Thank you in English: Thank you
How do I say I love you in English: I love you
Country with most inhabitants who speak English as a native language: United States
Famous English Movies: Casablanca, The Godfather, The sixth sense
English is the official language in how many countries: 54 countries

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