Here’s a quick update on the situation with the Italian evening classes at our language school in Bologna:
The A2 (pre-intermediate) started yesterday (17/01/22) and runs on Mondays and Wednesdays at 18.00-21.00 C.E.T. There’s space in the group if anyone would like to join us!
The B1/2 (intermediate/upper-intermediate) class, which was scheduled to begin this evening and will run on Tuesdays and Thursdays, 18.00-21.00 C.E.T. HAS BEEN POSTPONED A WEEK, so will now start this time next week, on Jan. 25th. Again, there’s still space in the group.
The reason for the postponement was the usual these days – someone in the assigned teacher’s family tested positive, so rather than use a substitute we decided to wait a week for the ‘all clear’.
We’re also hoping to open other levels, for example beginners and advanced, if there’s the interest. Contact Us
The three-week (18 hour) ‘module’ starting next week will end by February 3rd, after which there will then be three further modules, each also lasting three weeks (18 hours), from February 7th to February 24th, from February 28th to March 17th, and from March 21st to April 7th. (MENTALLY ADJUST THOSE DATES FOR THE CLASS STARTING A WEEK LATER!)
Those dates, and other information, can be consulted on our Italian Evening Courses page.
So why not join us to improve your Italian? With just two evening classes a week, and taking advantage of the gloomy months from January to April, you could improve an entire level!
If you’re unsure which class is right for you, please contact us to arrange a test.
And for those of you who are not available to study in the evenings, C.E.T.?
Another option is to take one-to-one Italian lessons online.
Find out more by following these links:
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