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The best italian language school in Rome ?

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The best italian language school in Rome ?

Hi !

I would like to spend my holidays in Rome, starting on August. I'm looking for the best italian language school in Rome. Do you have any raccomandations? If the school were in the centre would be great.

cheers

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2. Re: The best italian language school in Rome ?

hello there!

2 recommendations:

DILIT or TORRE DI BABELE

Simone

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Hi! Well, I’ve been at Est Ovest for 4 weeks last summer. I guess the most important thing is to understand what exactly do you expect from your learning experience. Because this is a small school with all what it means in terms of bonuses and disadvantages. I actually was looking for a school where I could stay in small class and communicate as much as possible rather than being in a big crowded classroom and follow a traditional method grammar/ conversation. The teachers were great and very helpful with all my doubts and I managed to improve my speaking a lot. Also the personnel of the school helped a lot to solve some practical problems I’ve got while in Rome cause it’s not always an easy city to live in. Nice experience :)

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Hi,

obviously I'm late to give you advices, but I'm going to write again to help everyone will get that conversation in the future, searching for a Language school in Rome.

I agree with piccolauniversitaita: DILIT and TORREDIBABELE are the best for Learning italian in italy.

Many friends of mine, however, studied at Torre di Babele and they think it was a great choice!!! Here is the link to get you there: http://www.torredibabele.com/

Edited: 09 May 2014, 11:00
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