English Lessons in Dublin. Learn English
Language Trainers offers its clients the chance to learn English in a professional and organised way. The teachers we use are all native speakers and will tailor your course to give you the right focus on what you are most interested in. Whether you want to enjoy better trips abroad or a more promising career, you will find that learning English with us is a move in the right direction.
English Course in Dublin
The fact that our language courses are tailor made for the students means that it doesn't matter what your reasons for learning English are.
With a General English course you will have enough knowledge to survive and enjoy a brief visit to a country where it is spoken. This will include common greetings, basic conversational skills and a solid grammatical base. Business courses are great for those whose career will be moving overseas - you would learn the fundamental protocols for engaging in business in English, and later would start to focus more on the integral skills of reading and writing.
Most students will enjoy a course which gives them a wide mix of skills. For example, a Business course in English will also leave you well prepared for less formal use of the language as well. A good example of how a General course can be adapted to personal needs might be for a client who intends to buy a property overseas and wants to learn all the words which they can on the subject.
Typical learners who choose our Business courses are import/export professionals, agents for multi-national companies, and those involved with foreign governments and universities. 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.
› Two-to-One and Small Group - English Course in Dublin (closed group)
Info about Dublin
Capital of Ireland and its largest city, Dublin was recently voted the best capital city in Europe in which to live - and the city has a pretty good case for such praise. While the city has traditionally been a centre of emigration, in recent decades the number of immigrants to Dublin has swelled, giving rise to a remarkable diverse community, particularly from the EU (mainly the UK, Lithuania and Poland), though there are also large Chinese, Nigerian, Brazilian, Russian and Australian communities.
One result of the mish-mash of ethnicities in the city is the eruption of ethnic food shops, but another is the array of languages heard around the city; which makes Dublin a superb location to pick up a new language. This vibrant city is full of young singles - 50% of inhabitants are under 25, and in 2007 Dublin was named the friendliest city in Europe in a worldwide survey.
- Top Sports Teams in Dublin: Kilmacud Crokes
- Shopping Centres in Dublin: Jervis Centre
- Top hotels in Dublin: Merrion Dublin Hotel
- Most desirable neighbourhoods in Dublin: Dublin Docklands
- Famous Parties in Dublin: St. Patrick's Day
Info about English
With its baffling rules of spelling, pronunciation and grammar, together with its massive vocabulary (more words by far than any other language in the world), English can be something of a challenge for non-native speakers to learn. However, Language Trainers can offer you a fully-qualified teacher whose mother tongue is English, to teach you what you need to know. Classes can be arranged to take place at a time and place that is convenient to you, and you can be taught one-on-one or in a group. With all course materials provided for you and the content of the lessons customised to meet your needs, there are very few better ways to improve your English language skills.
- Languages that influenced English: Latin, Germanic tongues
- How many words has English: About 171,476
- Famous English Books: Of Mice and Men, Hamlet, The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn
- How many English Internet users are?: 536,564,837
- How many people in the world speak English: about 1,500,000,000
The opposite of ‘sparkle’ is ‘darkle’! The word, darkle, means to become cloudy, gloomy, dark, or be concealed in the dark!
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Meet some of our teachers
Watch interviews with a few of our teachers, and find out why the best way to learn a new language is with Language Trainers!:
Moving to Scotland with my family was difficult, because I never could understand the accent! Andy comes over to our flat on Saturday afternoons and helps my wife and I a lot. He even helped us with some local slang terms and things to do in the city. We are much more comfortable here now, and continue with our classes.
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)