I will be offering an Intermediate Italian Class in Ahwatukee. This course will focus on conversation, grammar and learning new vocabulary.
Location: Classes will be held in a conference room in a legal studio near Ray Road and 48th St. The exact address will be sent to students who have enrolled and paid. The seating is very comfortable, and we even have a white board.
Time: Classes will be held on Thursday evenings, from 6:45 to 8:45, beginning February 26th and ending on April 30th.
Materials: We will be using the text: Soluzioni: A Practical Grammar of Contemporary Italian (Arnold Concise Grammars) (Italian Edition), Second Edition. This grammar is the best Italian grammar I have used. I highly recommend it even if you do not plan to take this class. It is well worth the cost. It’s thorough, detailed and practical. Click on the following link. Feel free to shop around.
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Cost: 250.00 with a total of 10 classes of two hour meetings. Cost increases to 275.00 after payment due date of Thursday, February 12th. These courses are not prorated or discounted.
How to Enroll:
1) Please read the refund policy below and all of the above information.
Once enrolled refunds will not be issued, and classes will not be prorated. In the event the class is cancelled due to an insufficient number of students (unlikely), those who have already paid will receive a prompt and full refund. Tuition will be applied to the class in which the student is enrolled.
2) Call me, Davide Valenti at 480 628-0165, and specify that you would like to take the Italian Intermediate Class. In the event I don’t respond please leave your name and phone number, and I will respond promptly.
3) I will then send you a payment request using Chase QuickPay. This is a free service even for those who do not bank with Chase. It is fast and safe and our accounts remain private. Below you’ll find a link where you can enroll if you are not a Chase customer. If you prefer to send your check by mail, let me know and I will email you my address.
4) Registering students are expected to have read this email in its entirety.