If you’d like to practice speaking Italian with an OnlineItalianClub.com teacher, and other students from around the world, register now for one of this week’s FREE sessions by clicking one of the links at the botttom of this article.
As promised, we’re offering one session early in the morning (Italian time) hoping to catch you Australians coming home from the office.
And another in the evening (Italian time), which might work in America, where it will be morning or lunch time, or something like that.
Plus a lunchtime slot, which should be good for anyone here in Europe.
That’s three, free Italian conversation lessons this week!
(Before registering, please check your time zone! The times given are Italian time.)
Choose your session according to which is the best time for you.
Click the link and fill in your name and email (this doesn’t add you to any mailing list – you’re probably on it already).
You’ll receive a confirmation e-mail with a link to click on to enter the meeting on the day. There’ll also be a reminder email the day before.
Paolo will be present online up to 15 minutes before the ‘official’ lesson start times, so feel free to log on slightly earlier, especially if it’ll be your first time and you’re unsure about the technology…
Please note, the system works better if everyone uses headphones. Fewer echoes. And obviously, given that these are conversation lessons, your computer needs a working microphone.
This week we are accepting registrations from up to 12 people for each session (36 in total). Up to 10 people can share audio at one time, and the first six can also share video.
Register now for your FREE Italian conversation lesson!
“Parliamo in italiano!” on Tuesday, February 11, 8:00 AM (click here to register) log on from 7.45 AM
“Parliamo in italiano!” on Wednesday, February 12, 9:00 PM (click here to register) log on from 8.45 PM
“Parliamo in italiano!” on Friday, February 14, 1:00 PM (click here to register) log on from 12.45 PM
Hell is other people?
These free group conversation lessons are a great way to practice your Italian, IF you’re the sociable type and don’t mind sharing a teacher.
But if you’d prefer the one-to-one experience, why not take a look at the Skype Italian lesson packages in our online shop?
They’re not free, but they are a good way to make progress with your Italian. Arrange a lesson for whenever suits you best (we do most time zones), and decide the lesson content and style for yourself.
Study only when and what you choose! Conversation? Grammar? Help with homework? Or preparation for a trip to Italy?
It’s up to you.
Check out our Skype Italian lessons here.