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Dec 12TOEIC Test in Dublin

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Horner School of English is an open center for the TOEIC Examinations in Dublin. You can take the TOEIC test here at the Horner School in Dublin City, without taking an English Language Course. We offer a test date every…

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Sep 28Position of Adverbs

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  Position of Adverbs By Rob Lane   Learners often have difficulty with putting adverbs in the correct position in sentences. In this article, I will give an overview of the types of adverbs and where they go in sentences….

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Sep 8Work Experience/ Internship Placement 2015

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The Work Experience Programme / Internship Placement Service designed for students, graduates and young professionals aged 20 years or over with a good English level. An internship is an opportunity to gain real-life experience in a relevant business sector, observe and…

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Sep 1Quantifiers – much, many and a lot of

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Quantifiers – much, many, a lot of By Rob Lane Much, many and a lot of are quantifiers which are used to indicate the amount or quantity of a countable or uncountable noun. Other examples of quantifiers include a little,…

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Aug 12Future Perfect

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Future Perfect By Rob Lane   Introduction In the last post, we looked at Future Continuous. Another tense that we see frequently with this is Future Perfect. In the previous article, I gave an example of this. A. Can we…

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Jul 16Future Continuous

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Future Continuous by Rob Lane   In a previous article we saw that four key tenses are used for future: present simple for schedules, future simple (will) for reactions or new decisions, going to when you have intention, and present…

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Robert (Teacher Horner School)

Jul 2Phrasal Verbs – An Introduction

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Phrasal Verbs – An Introduction By Rob Lane Phrasal verbs are often frightening for learners. While they are commonly used by native speakers, learners have difficulty understanding and using them. A phrasal verb is a verb comprised of a verb…

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Jun 27FANTASTIC SOCIAL PROGRAMME SUMMER 2014

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We are organising a fantastic social programme of activities and trips this coming July and August 2014.   Students will have great opportunities to make life long friends and experience the best of Dublin and Ireland.   Weekly activities include…

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Jun 12Inversion with Negative Adverbials

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Inversion with Negative Adverbials By Rob Lane   Negative adverbials are words or phrases used to be restrictive, emphatic, or dramatic. They are used at the beginning of sentences and require one to invert the following subject and verb. Only…

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May 27

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Some and Any, Much and Many By Rob Lane   The differences between some and any, and also, much, many, and a lot, often cause difficulties for learners. These are examples of quantifiers. Although the rules are not complicated, there…

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