How it Works
We combine book learning with the natural method in order to teach the basics of the Italian language, with an emphasis on speaking.
About our course
Designed for You
Classes run February 1st through May 1st. You choose how many classes you would like and the days and times that are best for you.
Due to Covid-19 our tour schedule is empty until June. We’ve decided to build a virtual learning program, and after a careful survey we found that an Italian language course was the most popular option. Our course aims to teach basic Italian in three months. What does that mean? It means that the next time you are in Italy you will be able to communicate on a basic level with everyone who comes your way – taxi driver, waiter or gelato server! Andiamo!
Classes & Pricing
We offer three types of classes: private, small group and survival condensed. You (or your group) has the option of 1-3 classes per week, each 55 minutes in duration.
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Frequently Asked Questions
If you can't find the answer to your question below, contact Joe Long at email@example.com and he will be happy to help!
01How do I register? What is the process?
Simply click on the button that reads “Register Now.” You will then be asked to provide your basic information and your preferred days and times for class. We’ll then send you a proposed class schedule. Once you confirm we will issue an e-invoice for the the first lesson. Voila!
02Can you place me in a group?
Unfortunately, no. We ask all groups to organize themselves individually. We ask that you group yourself with other serious-minded persons who really intend to learn the language. This will help class to move along smoothly and successfully.
03How do payments work?
An e-invoice (payable by credit card) will be issued to the student before each class. If the payment is not made before the class then the class will be automatically cancelled.
04Can group class members be billed individually?
No. Each group will have a “group organizer” who will be billed before each class and is responsible for payments. He or she can then collect the amounts due from each group member accordingly.
05What if I decide that Italian isn't for me?
You might decide that you don’t enjoy Italian, or that your schedule is too full to fit it in. No problem – just let us know. Payments are made per class and therefore you will never be responsible for paying a class that you do not attend. If you are in a group be sure to speak with your group members about your decision!
06What book do you use?
We use Prego: An Invitation to Italian (8th Edition) by Graziana Lazzarino. We will share digital copies from this book before each lesson. Feel free to purchase the book ahead of time! Here is a link.