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Multilingualism – An Interview With Mother Tongues

By Jenny Bui / March 15, 2017

What are the benefits of learning a language and multilingualism? In this interview, Francesca from Mother Tongues tells us more about the wonderful world of languages. B: Hi Francesca, tell us a bit about yourself. Where were you born and what kind of culture did you grow up with? F: I was born in Lanciano […]

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Top 3 events Wednesday

By Laura Seguro / March 15, 2017

1. Joan as Police Woman at The Button Factory Joan As Police Woman and Benjamin Lazar Davis have finally arrived in Dublin! If you were a little scatterbrained waiting for Saint Paddy to come, do not worry, I will make it easy for you: come!  After the release of her 5th album, she is now […]

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Top 3 events Tuesday

By Laura Seguro / March 14, 2017

1. Monster Truck at the Green Room, The Academy The Canadian rock band Monster Truck is arriving today in Dublin to show us how it’s really done. They are Tourin’ Heavy and presenting the songs of their last album Sittin’ Heavy. By these titles you can learn this is going to be fun. Jon Harvey […]

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6 Amazing podcasts you definitely shouldn’t miss!

By Jenny Bui / March 1, 2017

6 amazing podcasts you definitely shouldn’t miss! Listening to podcasts is a great way of improving your English or any other language, in fact. Why waste your time on a long train journey if you can listen to high quality content about all sorts of topics. Here is a selection of 6 amazing podcasts you […]

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Rude Germans and hungry students

By Jenny Bui / February 28, 2017

Rude Germans, hungry students and the special Japanese way of saying “no” Meeting people from other cultures can be an interesting experience. Having flatmates from all over the world, I was confronted with the challenge of communicating across cultures on a daily basis. Naturally, not everything goes smoothly when you try to get your thoughts […]

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Tuesday’s Top 6 Outings In Dublin

By Craig Marshall / November 15, 2016

Dublins Top Events Tonight! Tuesday Night Table Tennis Table Tennis otherwise known as ping pong is the hottest game night happening in Dublin on Tuesdays. Buskers on The Ball will be hosting a social league once a week for all you Forrest Gump wannabes. The games are free and great drink specials are available that […]

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6 Reasons to Study English in Ireland

By Marta Rodriguez / October 27, 2016

6 reasons to study English in Ireland We know it is difficult to decide to leave your country and go abroad to make a new life and learn a new language. Several questions come into our heads before coming, hesitations, fears, excitations and good vibes, on balance, a mix of feelings. But the key is […]

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Wednesday Night Shenanegins In Dublin

By Craig Marshall / October 26, 2016

You made it halfway through the week. Why not reward yourself with some of the fun events that are happening in Dublin tonight! Justin Kauflin Trio at The National Concert Hall Justin Kauflin is a jazz pianist from the United States. Many musicians claim he is a prodigy on the keys, Kauflin first began playing […]

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What language will be the best to speak to aliens with?

By admin / February 24, 2016

It has to happen one day. The sun is only one of 500 billions stars in our galactic. And it’s likely to be more galactics than there has been Chinese people in the world since the first couple from their nationality. So that’s why I think that maybe not me, maybe not my son, but […]

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Teanga deacra ar domhan

By admin / February 18, 2016

Now you can ask. What does this title mean and why does it sound so strange ? Because it is in Gaelic and it means ‘hardest language to learn’. But actually there are languages which are a lot more difficult for foreigners. You can now find a partner with only using English pretty much anywhere. […]

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