Things to do in Dublin - 2019 Halloween
Scary fun in Dublin 2019
Make sure you don’t limit your fun to Delfin’s Halloween Party on Friday 25th in Tramline (see you there!), as there’s plenty to discover around Dublin over the next week. Here are some ideas – and best of all, most of them are completely free!!
Delfin Blog – One Last Shot
“I was about to give up and go back home, but I decided to take one last shot and that changed everything.”
Living far from home and struggling to learn English made her doubt if she should continue. Maraisa Almeida tell us how she overcame the challenges of being an English language student in Ireland.
Janarelli, 25, Brazilian
Was a honor for me be a Delfiner, my six months in Delfin were really especial, I cant talk about delfin without remember about my friends and my best teachers. The best for me was the opportunity of know different...
Thibaud, 23, France
Really great English school, in an amazing atmosphere. Excellent staff and teachers. I loved this experience, I hope to go back.
The Big Bang Theory voted Mexico's favourite comedy TV show to learn English
A while back, Delfin English School conducted a survey to find out which Netflix comedy show was Spain’s favourite for learning English. Delfin has now done a follow-up study in Mexico, asking 1000 people which are their favourite comedy TV show to learn English.
Silvia, 23, Italian
Thanks Delfin School for this amazing opportunity to learn English and have fun at the same time! The teachers are perfect, the staff is wonderful...but the Italian dancers are the best <3 Hope seeing you soon. ...
Netspeak on the Internet: What Portuguese and Spanish People Are Searching For
Needless to say, the internet impacts daily language use all over the world. The rise of casual net-speaking in forums and on social media makes Netspeak, both fun and challenging for those looking to learn English as a second language, with some unusual insights coming out of Portugal and Spain in particular.
Internet users in Portugal have looked up the meaning of NSFW (not safe for work) more than 20,000 times this year on Google, which indicates they are a very careful, albeit curious, people – let’s just hope they didn’t come across anything too strange during their research!