Learn English in Ireland

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Learn English in Ireland

Postby burrenenglish2009 » Mon, 23 Nov 2009 02:44:25 -0500

We are a small family run School.
We have significant teaching experience.
We offer English courses at reasonable prices.
We guarantee value for money and a memorable experience!

General English- One to One, Groups(max 12 students).
Conversational English, Grammar, Writing Skills, Reading, Phonics.
English For Academic Purposes (EAP)
English for Specific Purposes (ESP)

Intensive General English
Schedule: Every weekday throughout the year, except holidays.
Levels: Elementary, lower intermediate, intermediate, upper intermediate, advanced
Class Size: 7 average , 12 maximum (usual maximum is 10 students)
Enrolment Fee: Euro 50
Course Fees: 100 Euro per week for the 12 week Course.

3 Week Intensive General English Course.
This Intensive English course focuses on:
Grammar and Vocabulary
Writing Skills
Listening and Speaking.
Every Wednesday, students will be given the opportunity to practice his/her English in an everyday situation. We will have excursion trips to Ennis, Limerick, Dublin and Galway. Also, there will be trips around Co Clare. The Burren is unique and students will have the opportunity to appreciate the real beauty of this place.
In addition, students will be asked what kind of specific activities that he or she wants to do! We will endeavour to make your English study as enjoyable as possible.
Note:Discounted prices will be given to early applicants

Email us at marty31@burrenenglishschool.com or at elaine@burrenenglishschool.com

Our school website is http://www.burrenenglishschool.com
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Re: Learn English in Ireland

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