Simon and Louise Read are both doctors. Escaping the NHS in a Mini for a sabbatical in Italy they learned Italian from scratch at the Universita per Stranieri in Perugia. They spent weekends and holidays hunting out the best language schools in Italy - to find that the quality of the brochure and Internet site bore no relation to the quality of the school. In all they drove 18, 000 miles and had the best year of their lives. And here is the result - a comprehensive guide to all aspects of learning Italian in Italy. This impartial guide is packed with practical information on planning and organizing your own trip. It contains detailed information on budgeting, enrolling and the practicalities of life in Italy.The Post Office is strict about the documents required which include a passport, two utility bills and a bank statement, both of which must be less than ... Once the redirection has started no refunds are given but it can be extended over the telephone by credit card or by sending a cheque. Keep your reference number safely.
|Title||:||Learning Italian in Italy|
|Author||:||Louise Read, Simon Read|
|Publisher||:||How To Books Ltd - 2004|