Our school of Italian in Alghero, Pintadera, has been involved in the field of language teaching for 10 years. It offers a wide variety of courses of Italian as a second language. The staff is made up of young, enthusiastic and qualified professionals; hence, they have teaching experience and a good knowledge of at least two foreign languages, besides Italian. The school is located in a quiet and picturesque alley of the old town of Alghero. Thanks to its welcoming and relaxing atmosphere, the school is the perfect place to practice your Italian, as well as to gain a unique insight into Sardinian culture. All five senses are activated during the learning process: not only do you listen and speak, but you eat, sleep and breathe Sardinia.
The school of Italian in Alghero organizes numerous social activities and excursions: probably a perfect invitation to discover the Sardinian way of life, its local customs, traditions, food and wines. These extra activities are not included in the course price; you can enroll them once you are in Alghero.
Italian courses aim at improving the student’s communicative ability in all areas of the Italian language (grammar, vocabulary, reading and comprehension). Particular emphasis is placed on conversation. The teaching method favours active participation and interaction in the classroom; therefore, it promotes the student’s integration, both linguistic and cultural. Friendly and helpful staff are available and willing to help with any request for information or assistance that the student may have at any time.
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|Courses for absolute beginners start once a month, on the first Monday of each month.
The school will be closed on the following national holidays: Epiphany (06/01), Easter Monday, Italy Liberation Day (25/04), Workers' Day (01/05), Republic Day (02/06), Ferragosto (15/08), All Saints (01/11), Immaculate Conception (8/12), Christmas holidays and New Year.