I know that you’re interested in learning Italian, or you wouldn’t be reading this.
But are you one of those annoying people who seem to find foreign languages easy?
Or do you have to work at it, like the rest of us?
A year ago, as part of the ‘save 20% on your 2016′ Italian course’ campaign (doesn’t time fly?), I published an article on this very topic.
I won’t repeat myself, but if you weren’t with us 12 months back, or skipped the article in your haste to save 20%, do go take a look:
Anway, here’s another question for you.
Remember being a baby?
Probably not, huh?
I’m wondering why the baby that you once were wanted to learn to crawl, and then to walk.
It probably wasn’t just for the sake of it.
I’m betting you did it so you’d be able to manouvre yourself rapidly around the house.
And so grab that fascintating stuff you shouldn’t really have been handling – the cat’s dinner, ashes from the grate, and so on.
It’s the same with languages.
You need to have the possibility of learning, but also the motivation.
Usually that means having people around you who are using the language you want to learn to communicate with each other.
The motivation not to be excluded is a powerful one.
Once you have motive and opportunity, as they say on the detective shows, the rest tends to follow.
Which brings us to the point.
If you really want to learn Italian, or build the skills you already have, you’re going to want to visit Italy.
Otherwise, what would be the point?
Ideally, you’ll make friends, buy a house to do up, or fall in love with someone who only speaks Italian.
But in the absence of capital to invest or romantic opportunities to pursue, why not spend some time at our language school in Bologna?
You’ll meet people to interact with in Italian, while at the same time developing your ability to express yourself and to understand others.
To get off your baby butt and start taking your first steps with Italian, all you have to do is to pay a modest deposit on a 2017 Italian course!
And if you do it by midnight on Dec. 25th, you’ll save 20% on our regular prices.
Full details of the ongoing offer can be found in Monday’s article:
But here’s the stuff you really need to know:
- Pay the ‘Winter Offer – 20%’ course deposit (just €120 instead of the usual €150)
- You’ll save 20%, not just on the deposit but on the whole cost of your course
- The offer applies to group courses only, not to individual or online lessons
- Your course can be of any length: the longer you study, the more you learn
- No need to decide the dates now. Let us know later, when you’ve made your plans!
- Offer ends at midnight on Dec 25th 2017
And here’s the link to click to ensure you’ll know more Italian in 2017 than you did in 2016: