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study Italian in Italy

Posted: July 17th, 2008 11:50 pm
by dlpar
I just finished a two week course in Florence and it was great. The school is called La Scuola Leonardo da Vinci and they have branches in Florence, Rome, Siena and Milan. They not only teach language but also arrange lessons in art, music, fashion and so on depending which city you're in. I found them by luck on the internet. If you can take the time, do it. It's making my travelling much easier having the extra language practice (beyond Itpod101 that is) and it was much easier being looked after for my first two weeks. I highly recommend them.


Re: study Italian in Italy

Posted: November 8th, 2015 3:09 pm
by meileung_81187
I am thinking to study there for a 4-week course after my membership of Italian Pod 101 expired in next October. Do you mind to let me know what level you were there, I know they have a placement test on the first day. How long have you learn Italian before this course?