We will teach you to speak Spanish, Italian, Russian,
Face-to-face language instruction: one-on-one, or two/three/four friends coming together.
Instruction is tailored to the individual student's needs.
Convenient scheduling: Monday - Thursday morning, afternoon and evening. Friday and Saturday morning.
Flexible scheduling is appreciated by students who travel for business, or have unexpected family situations to handle (subject to availability of teacher and classroom).
You can have your lessons on the day and time that you want, provided that we have a teacher and a classroom available.
Start lessons when you want. Start within 1 or 2 days after enrolling.
We take you from your current level to whatever level you want.
We offer live lessons with a real teacher in a real classroom in our modern office facility in Manchester/Vernon.
We do not give marks or exams, so you can concentrate on what counts: learning to speak your chosen language.
Do others have trouble understanding you?
We teach American Accent Improvement.
Do you need to improve your American English?
We teach ESL.
Do you want to communicate more effectively with Spanish-speaking co-workers and customers?
We teach Latin American Spanish.
Do you love Italian culture?
Are you traveling to Italy?
We teach Italian.
Do you love St Petersburg Russia?
Are you traveling to Russia? Do you want to speak with Russian relatives?
We teach Russian.
Do you love Paris France?
Are you traveling to France? Do you want to enjoy your trip more?
We teach French.
Do you love German culture?
Are you traveling to Germany?
We teach German.
Have friends from Bosnia?
We teach Bosnian.
A knowledge of languages is essential for modern business, travel and for interacting with your neighbors.
Are you at a disadvantage because of insufficient language skills?
Let us help you.
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