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Crash courses of Italian in Florence for Summer vacations!

Learning Italian in Italy!

These Summer holidays you might take advantage of a unique opportunity to learn the maximum amount of Italian in the shortest possible time. Crash courses in Italian are normally held at weekends, but can also be taken on weekdays or on different dates, for example on a series of Saturdays or Sundays, either once per week or once per fortnight. The number of hours can be modified since the crash course is designed to be built around your schedule.

You can attend a 1-day course (6 or 8 hours), a 2-day course (12 or 16 hours) or a 3-day course (18 or 24 hours). It is also possible to spend part of your lessons visiting some of the most important museums of Florence such as the Uffizi Gallery, the Bargello National Museum or the National Academy Gallery. Each Crash Course is held by 2 experienced and qualified teachers.

Here is a SAMPLE SCHEDULE FOR A 3-DAY CRASH COURSE (18 hours):
Morning 9:30 am – 11 am Assessment written and oral test (about 20 minutes, only on the first day). Lesson with the teacher (grammar).
11am Coffee break and a snack (croissant or sandwich).
11.15 am – 12:30 pm Lesson with the teacher (vocabulary and conversation).
12:30 pm Lunch with the teacher in a cafeteria: a sandwich or a first dish or a pizza, a drink, fruit or pastry.
Afternoon 2 pm – 3:30 pm Lesson with the teacher (Italian on your demand).
3:30 pm Coffee or tea break.
3:45 pm – 5:00 pm Lesson with the teacher (Italian on your demand).

Moreover, lessons can also be carried on after your stay in Florence has finished, since you will be given the opportunity to keep in touch with your teachers through skype or MSN messenger.

Crash Courses of Italian are always available at Accademia del Giglio School in Florence, Italy. More detailed informations and the application form for Crash Courses of Italian are available on the AdG site.

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