Free Classes & Activities

(for Full-time DCAS students)

ENGLISH GRAMMAR CLASSES

 

Extra grammar classes will certainly help you to progress faster in your English language learning process. These classes may cover: basic sentence types; 'be', 'have' and 'do'; present and future; past and perfect tenses; modal verbs; passives; questions and negatives; infinitives and '-ing' forms; special structures with verbs; articles: 'a/an' and 'the'; determiners; personal pronouns, possessives; nouns; adjectives and adverbs; comparison; 'if'; conjunctions, clauses and tenses; adjective (relative) clauses; noun clauses; adverb clauses; relative pronouns; indirect speech; prepositions; spoken grammar. There are 2 different sessions for these classes, one for lower English level students and another one for students at Intermediate level or higher.

 

Minimum English level: Elementary (CEFR level A1)

Min./Max. class size: 5/15 students

 

ENGLISH PRONUNCIATION CLASSES

 

These classes are designed to help students to gain functional intelligibility, functional communicability, increase self-confidence, and speech monitoring abilities. This will entail a better control of their pronunciation during a communicative task, a faster recovery from a communicative breakdown, and the overall intelligibility during spontaneous speech. The students will also improve aural sensitivity to the rhythmic quality of English by focusing on rhythm, stress, and intonation both separately and in the context of “natural” speech. There are 2 different sessions for these classes, one for lower English level students and another one for at least Intermediate level students.

 

Minimum English level: Elementary (CEFR level A1)

Min./Max. class size: 5/15 students

 

CV WORKSHOP

 

This is a very hands-on workshop, where all participants who complete the session will be equipped with their updated Curriculum Vitae. The teacher will explain the different elements a CV should have and will review each student’s CV, having their target job in mind, adequate to their English level. Students should take advantage of these sessions whenever they progress to a new level in their English course, or whenever they decide to change their job hunt focus. There are 2 different sessions for this workshop, one for lower English level students and another one for at least Intermediate level students.

 

Minimum English level: Elementary (CEFR level A1)

Min./Max. class size: 5/15 students

 

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info@dcas.ie

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DCAS 1
98 Capel Street

Dublin 1, D01 HP52
Ireland

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Ulysses House, 1st Floor

23/24 Foley Street

Dublin 1, D01 W2T2

Ireland

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