There are just hours left until the end of our free online Italian lesson offer.
Fortunately, it’ll just take you a minute to book yours.
There’s nothing to pay, and absolutely no commitment. You just need to fill in a form with your contact details, and we’ll do the rest.
Just so it’s clear: the offer of a free online Italian lesson via Skype, 1-1 with a professional native-speaker Italian teacher, expires at midnight tonight (6th Jan).
Unlike other sites, we don’t offer trial lessons normally. We want to work with serious students, those who really want to learn Italian, not time wasters.
This was a one off. Maybe it’ll be repeated sometime, but there are no current plans to do so.
After today, if you want to try this effective and fun way of learning Italian, you’ll need to pay.
But for the next few hours, you can book a lesson absolutely free.
So, if you are even only slightly interested, it’s in your interest to book your free trial lesson today, and save €20!
This is how it works:
- Read the instructions here
- Fill in the damn form
- Lucia will be in touch to agree a convenient day/time for your lesson. There’s no rush though. If this is a heavy period for you, just let us know when you’re ready…
- You do your one-on-one lesson, conversation, grammar, whatever you want
- That’s it. You’ll have tried, and you’ll know what it’s all about and how we can help you improve your Italian.
- Then, if the need should arise, you’ll know where to come, right?
Got a question about online Italian lessons or the free trial offer? Just email me. I’ll be happy to answer.
P.S. Don’t have any money? No problem. This is a FREE offer, and it’s good even for people who know they really could never afford to learn this way. If that’s you, what the hell, try it anyway. If you find your online lesson useful, we hope you’ll spread the word for us!
P.P.S. There’s ALWAYS someone who writes in after the deadline asking “Is the free trial lesson offer still valid?” We had one the other day (two weeks late for another offer.) The answer is “No, sorry…” Don’t be that person, book now.