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In Swords, the average rate of ESOL lessons is €17.
The price of ESOL lessons will differ/vary depending on:
97% of our private teachers offer the 1st hour of their lesson free. Check out the prices of our ESOL instructors in your region.
3 private ESOL tutors are available to teach English lessons in Swords and the suburban areas.
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Many of our ESOL tutors also offer private online tuition. In fact, about 80% of the private tutors across our platform give ESOL classes via Skype.
To find available classes online, just select the webcam filter in the search engine to see the available instructors who are currently offering online lessons in your desired subject.
Online lessons via webcam offer you more benefits. You can plan your classes to fit around your schedule and online lessons are often less expensive as the tutor does not need to travel.
From a sample of reviews, pupils rated their ESOL teachers an average of out of five.
Learning to speak English fluently has a number of advantages. The ability to communicate in another language will open up many doors to you in terms of employment, travel and culture.
Other benefits of learning English include increased mental flexibility and improved listening skills.
Sign up for ESOL lessons to learn more about the English language with a competent private teacher. With the help of your tutor, now is the perfect occasion to learn the English language more quickly.
Whether you want to take private lessons from home or take online classes, pick your tutor and reserve your class today.
A messaging system allows you to get in touch with your private tutor to organise your ESOL class whether you want to learn from home or take online classes
Use the search engine to find your ESOL teacher from among 3 private tutors in Swords.
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The “traditional” way of learning languages can work for a lot of people but that doesn’t mean it's the best way for you. A lot of students take tutors or extra courses outside of their regular classes to learn better/faster. Schools are a lot more rigid and inflexible in their teaching which highlights the biggest positive of tutoring or more private courses, adaptability and choice. You can’t choose your teacher when it comes to a normal class but when it comes to tutoring, especially when it comes to something as widespread as English, there is a lot of choice for any student. Normal schools and courses are often more expensive too, offering a large fixed amount for a certain amount of classes. When it comes to tutoring you can decide exactly how many lessons you want to do, when you want to stop and ultimately how much you’re willing to spend on lessons. If a tutor isn’t working out for you, you can stop without the risk of wasting money.
Many students view language learning as a personal challenge/experience which makes them less open to normal classes where they may feel stifled or even bored. They may prefer to be reading, watching and speaking the language however they want to. This kind of learning style is perfectly paired with tutoring. A tutor doesn’t have to provide the material or give you specific things to do, what they can do for you is provide exercises, corrections, a native speaker to practice with and they can answer any questions you may have. This kind of flexible support and learning with limited “classes” can really suit independent language learning.
You’ll most likely get a native speaker for an English teacher but what exactly are the benefits of a native speaker? English has many regional idioms, phrases and countless examples of slang. A lot of this can be hard to understand or even find by learners of English. Especially in classes where you often read from textbooks without the context of real life. A native speaker can provide this information and even help you navigate social situations in Swords. Grand is a great example of Hiberno-English slang, it is used on a daily basis by practically everyone in Ireland but what does it mean? Most Native English speakers can understand it simply through the context “do you want to get some food” or “that’d be grand” but this may be difficult for ESOL students. Grand and other such examples can have completely different meanings based on context, grand doesn’t even have to be slang, it could be a synonym for big “that’s a grand house”. If you’re a speaker of French that might come naturally. This is just one large benefit of a native teacher.
Some people learn how to read and write a language before they can speak it, for others it is the other way round. Either way, a native speaker is essential for navigating the tricky grammar of English and most importantly making your English sound right. “The cat of Mary” may be perfectly good English but it sounds weird, a native English teacher can help you translate less literally, Mary’s cat would be a lot more natural in this case. So if you want to sound more like a native speaker when speaking, a native teacher is the key. Native speakers also have a wider bank of vocab (usually) than learners. This gives more opportunity for the students to learn vocabulary, and vocabulary that's actually used by English speakers.
Languages have many components, from grammar to listening skills. Inevitably there will be parts of English that you will struggle with more than others, a local tutor in Swords can focus on the parts of the language that you struggle with. It’s all up to you what you want to focus on, what you need to work on or if you would rather leave the “curriculum” to the tutor, that is also an option.
Ireland has many teachers for ESOL as a lot of people coming to Ireland want to learn English, which means it couldn’t be easier to find an ESOL teacher in Swords or elsewhere in Ireland. Superprof makes it extremely easy with the location feature to find your teacher. Good luck and happy learning!