Ever thought of doing an Italian course in Italy?
I mention it because the reason I’m late this morning, and the explanation for this article being more or less the shortest I’ve EVER written, is that I’ve been busy launching our Italian school’s seasonal promotion.
Anyone booking a group Italian course (so not individual lessons) at our school in Bologna (so not online) for any time in 2022 gets to save 20% on the published prices.
Pretty good, huh?
The offer is good for group courses of any length, as long as they begin in 2022.
For obvious reasons, we didn’t do this promotion in 2020 for courses in 2021, but we figured it was worth a shot this year, Omicron notwithstanding.
What happens if people pay a deposit (which is how you secure the generous discount) but then can’t come to study in Italy, because of borders closed, flights cancelled, etc.?
No problem. We’ll keep the deposit, and your discount, for a future moment, when you are able to do your course.
What about people who took advantage of this offer in 2019, or a previous year, but never got to do the course because of you-know-what?
Ditto. If you paid a deposit but never took your course, just email to let us know when you want to study. No need to pay an additional deposit.
There you go – I said this would be a short one today, didn’t I?
Anyone who’d like to join us in Bologna in 2022 will find full details of the promotion here.
The offer ends on Dec. 25th, by the way.
A mercoledì, when I’ll have another half-price ‘ebook of the week’ for you. a New Year’s Eve murder mystery!
Saturday’s bulletin of ‘easy’ Italian news is here, if you haven’t read/listened to it already.