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Free Online Italian Lesson offer: 36 hours left

A quick reminder that there are only about 36 hours remaining of our Free Trial Online Italian Lesson offer, which ends tomorrow night some time (Sunday November 10th).

There won’t be another chance to try a FREE one-to-one online Italian lesson until February 2020.

This week we’ve already given away over a hundred free online Italian lessons, worth £20 each.

But we still have space for a few more trial students.

If you’d like to try an online lesson (via Skype) with a native-speaker Italian teacher, click
this link.

There’s no need to buy one to get one free, and you don’t have to provide credit card or payment details.

Anyone who wants to try an online Italian lesson, gets one for free!

Of course, the idea is that some of you will buy additional lesson credits and continue to learn this way.

Others won’t, but that’s fine – hopefully those people will say nice things about us to others who are learning Italian.

This offer is for new students only. The Free Trial Italian Lesson offer is limited to one free online lesson per person.

Book your free trial Italian lesson

When we receive your order, our teaching manager will email you to find out what your needs and preferences are and WHEN you’d like to do your free lesson.

  • The Free Trial Online Italian Lesson offer ends on Sunday 10th November 2019
  • You don’t have to DO the lesson this week, just ‘book’ it
  • A hundred or so people have already signed up for a trial lesson, there are a few slots still available
  • This offer is for NEW STUDENTS ONLY
  • If you booked a free trial last time but didn’t take it – try again!
  • But if you’ve already done a free trial in the past, sorry but this isn’t for you
  • Once you’ve completed your lesson, you’ll be sent a 15% discount coupon

View online lesson prices here.

Click here to book your free trial Italian lesson.

And don’t forget Saturday’s Easy Italian News!

Click the link to read and listen to a simplified news bulletin, in Italian!

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