For anyone working or studying in Bologna, or who is once more able to travel (borders are opening up, at least here in Europe), Madrelingua’s Italian classes will be starting again from next week!
‘Standard’ and Individual Classes
We have three ‘standard’ classes planned from June 15th 2020, A1 (beginner/elementary), B1 (intermediate) and C1 (advanced). These will involve studying each morning from Monday to Friday, the minimum period being just a week.
We’re hoping to confirm the groups and select the teachers by this Wednesday. If you’d like to join us (with strict social distancing, masks, temperature checks etc.) do get in touch. Find out more!
We’re also now in a position to organise individual or personalised classes at the school. You won’t be surprised to hear that, opening up after a three-month lockdown, we have classrooms and teachers in abundance. This could be a great moment to organise yourself a one-to-one or small group course, in a professional language school with experienced teachers. Find out more!
Also from June 15th, we’re hoping to begin our Italian evening classes once more.
Two evening Italian lessons a week is an effective way to improve your Italian without having to take time off from your job or studies. As well as of making new friends to practise with!
We have the nucleus of an A1 (beginner/elementary) group and a B1 (intermediate) class. Neither is yet confirmed, though we hope to do so by Wednesday. If interested, please reach out to us. Find out more!
What about if you definitely won’t be able to come to Italy in 2020? No worries! There’s still the option of learning Italian online.
We use Skype video calling, meaning that you can take an online lesson with one of our team of experienced Italian teachers no matter where you might be in the world. Find out more!