English Lessons in Cork. Learn English
All of our English trainers are fully-qualified native speakers who will tailor your course to your individual requirements. Classes are held at a venue and time that suit you, whether that be morning, afternoon or evening; weekdays or weekends. One-to-one and small-group options are available to suit everyone from solo learners to businesses. Course materials are provided.
English Course in Cork
Regardless of whether you want to learn for work reasons or for personal use you will enjoy the process with us and soon move onto a level you are happy with.
General English courses will let you engage in polite and interesting conversations with native English speakers. They are ideal for preparing you for short visits to countries where English is spoken. Business courses will centre more on formal, business communication, and focus more on reading and writing skills as you advance further.
Our English courses would not be fixed to a specific curriculum, however. You know the specifics of what you will need from your new language, and all you need do is tell your teacher. Perhaps if you are taking a Business course, you may want to focus more on English telephone or email skills, or a specific vocabulary for your line of work. Equally, a General course will cover the fundamentals, but further focus in any particular area can easily be arranged with 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. . There are many different types of people who could benefit from one of our General English courses; someone moving abroad, a person who travels widely or someone who simply wants an absorbing hobby.
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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.
- Average Temperature (Summer) in Cork: 14.3 °C
- Famous People from Cork: Frank O'Connor
- Airports in Cork: Cork Airport Ireland
- Top restaurants in Cork: Amicus
- Famous Parties in Cork: Cork Jazz Festival
Info about English
English is a veritable minefield of a language for non-native speakers, with its complex spelling and pronunciation conventions, as well as grammar which rarely seems to follow any hard and fast rules. The benefits of learning English, however, are plain to see, as it is spoken by over a billion people worldwide. With Language Trainers, you too can learn to speak English quickly and with poise. You simply arrange the time and place for your classes to take place (classes can be 1-to-1 or taught to a group), and all relevant texts and worksheets are provided for you. With a tailor-made course to suit your individual needs, learning with Language Trainers is a great choice.
- English is the official language in how many countries: 54 countries
- How do I say Thank you in English: Thank you
- How do I say I love you in English: I love you
- How many English Internet users are?: 536,564,837
- Famous English Singers: Sting, Mick Jagger, Freddie Mercury,
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We will send you a quote within one working day of your enquiry.
Typical course length:
• 30 hours per level
(classes are usually 2 hours each)
We also offer packages of:
• 20 hours
• 50 hours
• 100 hours
(with discounted rates)