Speaking Italian : New Course starting 12th April 2016

If your thought are now turning towards the summer holidays and you want to converse more confidently in Italian, or maybe you just want to learn a new language, then this course could be for you!


Taught at our well known and central Lincoln venue the Friends Meeting House. The course is expertly delivered in a friendly manner by our Italian tutor Raffaella Da Costa and the classes are always informative, lively and great fun, according to excellent feedback from our current and past students!

The course will provide an opportunity to develop  the Italian language,  practising conversations on everyday topics, listening to native speakers, reading authentic materials and writing accurately.

The course will run for 9 weeks  from 945 on Tuesday mornings. Full details listed below.

The Friend’s Meeting House is just a short walk away ( well, no more than ten minutes to be exact) from the Central Bus Station, train station and a number of car parks, including Thornbridge and Lucy Tower Street.

Refreshments are also available locally as the area is very well served by cafes and shops.

In addition to this beginners class there is also an improvers class – please contact the office directly for further information on this.



For further information, or to book a place, please contact Joanna in our Lincoln Office on 01522 522 472

or Email: lincolnoffice@wea.org.uk

or book online  : http://www.wea.org.uk/courses

Tutor:Raffaella Da Costa

Date & time:Tuesday 12 April 9.45-11.45am

Venue: Friends Meeting House, 1 Park Street, Lincoln LN1 1UR

Fee: £52.00 for 9 weeks or free if in receipt of an income related benefit     







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