On Tuesday I gave you advance notice of next week’s ‘Best offer of the year on 2017 Italian courses‘.
Check out the link for some general details about the coming promotion.
To actually take advantage of the limited-time discount, however, you’ll need to wait until Monday 19th December.
I also explained what to do if you’d rather not hear any more about it.
Here’s that part again briefly.
At the bottom of each email we send out, there’s an unsubscribe link. It might say something like ‘For heavens sake, won’t you stop sending me this stuff??’
The idea is you click on that, choose unsubscribe, and, as if by magic, all will be peaceful again!
So, if you’re not interested in a large discount on your 2017 Italian course, do head down to the end of this article, locate the ‘unsubscribe’ link, and click it. Problem RESOLVED.
Also on Tuesday, I mentioned that today I’d be linking to our best articles on learning Italian.
Old Madrelingua hands will have already read this stuff, I’m sure.
But for anyone new around here, our most useful articles are collected on the ‘Learning Italian‘ page of our site.
If you’ve got plenty of time on your hands, read through the sections that most interest you.
They’ll give you an idea what we’re about, and help you know whether studying Italian in Italy is really for you.
If, on the other hand, time is the one thing you never have enough of, I’ve got your back!
Here are the two articles that Google thinks you should see (based on the number of visitors they send to our site to read them):
Who knew there’d be so many people asking Google those two things?
But perhaps you have OTHER questions about learning Italian?
In which case, feel free to write to us at the school.
Questions about our Italian courses, or more generally about learning the language, always receive a personal reply: Contact Us.
OK, enough for today.
On Saturday, I’ll be linking to some excellent FREE resources, which you can use to prepare before coming to Bologna, and/or to maximise the value of your Italian course by continuing to study afterwards.