From next week (Feb. 8th 2021), we have new modules of three Italian evening classes. They’re currently in online mode, due to the Covid 19 restrictions imposed by the Italian government and by our local authorities.
The levels are:
A2 (pre-intermediate) on Tuesdays and Thursdays, 18.00-21.00 C.E.T., from Feb.9th
B1 (intermediate) on Mondays and Wednesdays, 18.00-21.00 C.E.T., from Feb.8th
B2/C1 (upper-intermediate/advanced) on Mondays and Wednesdays, 18.00-21.00 C.E.T., from Feb.8th
The three-week (18 hour) ‘module’ starting next week will end by February 25th, after which there will then be two further modules, each also lasting three weeks (18 hours), from March 1st to March 18th and from March 22nd to April 12th.
Why not join us to improve your Italian? With just two evening classes a week, and taking advantage of the gloomy months from February to April, you could improve a lot!
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.? What about taking personalised online Italian lessons. Find out more:
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Mi fa sempre piacere ricevere i contenuti della Vostra Scuola. e sopratutto gli e,books i cui sono sempre molto interessante. quello Decameron m’ha portato delle conoscenze delle qualle sono stata sorpresa.Vi Saluto con Affetto, eulira.
Thanks Eulira, but the ebooks and online materials are the responsibility of another company (though we share a director), so not connected with Madrelingua.