Tatiana Sh., July 2017

FDA – Hello, Tatiana! Recently you have returned from your vacation in the city of Sanremo, Italy, where you also attended our courses. Would you like to share your opinion?

- Yes, for sure!

FDA – How good was your Italian before the trip?

- Before the trip my level was A1, and I had already passed the test. At that time, I started and almost finished preparing for A2, but have not passed the test yet.

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Victor Sh., June 2017

FDA – Hello, Victor! You have attended courses of Italian in the city of Sanremo. Can you describe this experience?

- Hello. Of course, it would be a pleasure for me.

FDA – How good was your Italian before the trip?

- B1. I had passed the test before the trip, that is why I am talking with confidence about my level. Now, in Kiev, I will continue my studies and will have had B2 level. After year or two I am planning on achieving C1-C2.

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Elena R., July 2017

FDA – Hello, Elena! Recently you have been on holidays in an Italian city Sanremo and attended educational courses. Your opinion about these courses is valuable for us.

- Hello, I am ready to answer your questions.

FDA – Do you study Italian for yourself or is it needed for your job?

- For myself. I already know English and German, in addition to the Italian now. You can never know too many languages!

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Olga P., June 2017

FDA – Hello, Olga! Recently you have returned from your holidays in Italy, the city of Sanremo. Could you share your feelings about the studying courses in Sanremo?

- Hello! It would be a pleasure!

FDA – How good was your Italian before the trip?

- B1. I work in an Italian company, so my language is on the decent level.

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How does it work?

Our programmes are based on the principles of Edgar Dale. Studies of this scholar prove that by ‘digesting’ information you learn it by 90%. Hence, the best way to learn Italian is to go to Italy! Our experts offer a way of studying, where you dive into the real Italian lifestyle. Let us compare the process of studying with a theatre, where the country is the stage, and students are actors. During lessons you ‘learn your part’ (Italian grammar, vocabulary), and during ‘attività' you play this role (communicate with friendly and responsive people from the city of Imperia on the coast of the Ligurian Sea).  

Several times more efficient than regular courses