If you haven’t booked your free trial online Italian lesson yet, consider this your final reminder!
About 65 people book have already booked a lesson. Lucia, our teaching manager, tells me that she’s written to most of you, and some lessons have already taken place.
Hope they went well!
For anyone else interested, we’re keeping this offer open, as promised, until Sunday night.
The 30-minute Skype lesson, with a real-live native-speaker Italian teacher, would normally cost €20.
But this week – it’s on me!
Book your half-hour one-to-one via Skype before Sunday and Lucia will match you with one of our team of online teachers (you don’t have to actually DO the lesson before Sunday, just book it.)
Ask the teacher for whatever type of help you’d find most useful – conversation, grammar, anything that would supplement your current study program.
Of course, no credit card or payment details are asked for. It’s a genuine no-obligation offer.
And to get started with online Italian lessons, all you need is a reasonable Internet connection.
So, fill in the order form by Sunday night and Lucia will be in touch to find out when would be a good day/time for you.
She’ll also want to know what your lesson preferences are (if you’re not sure, don’t worrry – the teacher will have some ideas!)
And she’ll follow up after the free lesson to check if things went OK.
Also not to forget, this week we have six new Italian/English parallel texts at half the usual price, just £3.99 each.
They’re around intermediate level, meaning that the chapters are longer than average.
So with the half-price offer and the longer chapters, it’s a pretty good deal. For a few British quid, you get hours of study.
But decide for yourself.
Click here, pick out the title or titles that interest you, and click on the cover image.
On the ‘product details’ page, look for the ‘free sample chapter’ link. Click that and you’ll get the first chapter of the story.
Not planning to spend any cash today?
No problem. Download the free sample chapters anyway and study them. They’re an excellent way to add a little variety to your learning (and who knows, you might change your mind and want to read the rest of the story…)
N.B. The parallel texts have the Italian original text and an English translation, but no audio.
If you’d prefer the version with audio, just look for the ‘easy reader’ with the same title.
Use the search box at the top of the page in our new online shop to find what you’re looking for. It works pretty well!