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New standard general English afternoon course at Atlantic Language

New standard general English afternoon course at Atlantic Language
Atlantic Language are delighted to announce that they have just launched a new standard general English afternoon course. This course is ideal for anyone who wants to improve their English and have all the benefits of studying in the afternoons at a Quality English (QE) school. If you are on a budget and looking for an attractive price option, the affordability of this course is an added benefit. These new afternoon classes develop all skills of the English language including speaking, pronunciation, listening, reading and writing, in order to help learners improve their grammar and vocabulary and general fluency.
 
The course is open to all levels of English and is particularly suited to learners who would like to be able to use English confidently and accurately while travelling, at work or to pass exams. The focus is on English as it is used in real life situations, and learners have lots of opportunities to practice their language skills both in and out of class. By the end of the course, you will have developed your confidence in the English language while also having the opportunity to explore the beautiful landscape of Ireland. Students can start any Monday and must be at least 17 years of age to participate on the course.
 
Robert Hanley, Academic Manager at Atlantic Language, said the following:
 
“Since launching our afternoon programme earlier this year, we have had significant interest from students and the number of those taking the course is increasing all the time. The increased flexibility – students can keep their mornings free and begin class at 1.30 in the afternoon – allows students a lot of free time and give them more options with what they can do in the morning and at night. With our Afternoon Programme, students can benefit from a syllabus matching our morning programme, delivered by skilled and experienced teachers, with Atlantic’s trademark focus on communicative ability and development of language skills and cultural knowledge. There is also a cultural activities programme specially developed for afternoon students. The new schedule allows students to achieve a healthy balance of study and free time and there has been a great buzz around our classrooms every afternoon since the programme started.”
For more information, contact Atlantic Language
 

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