Private Italian Lessons at Sentieri

Private Italian language lessons are an excellent way to learn Italian – at your pace and at your convenience.

They are a wonderful complement to the convivial atmosphere of the group classes, or they can provide you with the flexibility to learn Italian on your own schedule.

Hourly Rate: $100

Note: Membership discount does not apply to the single lesson price. The following discounted packages are also available:

Six Lessons (One hour each) $440

Eight Lessons (One hour each) $550

Ten Lessons (One hour each) $670

Any additional person is $30 per hour.

Classes are held at Sentieri Italiani, 5430 N. Broadway, Chicago. Classes can be held at your location for an additional $200 per package.

Lessons by phone or email are also available.

Payment is due one week prior to the first lesson.

Note: Cancellations to scheduled classes must be made 48 hours in advance.

For further information or for any customized schedule, please call / fax 773.275.5325 or email us at info@sentieri.com

What people are saying about private lessons at Sentieri

“I began studying Italian at Sentieri around 7  years ago.  I started in the group classes which I enjoyed very much.  It was a convivial atmosphere and a great beginning to my journey.  With time though, I sought more in depth and personalized learning. To that end, I began private lessons about three years ago.   The private lessons have allowed me to contour the learning to my own needs.  We still work on grammar and vocabulary but our conversations are most important to me.  I can discuss my real life situations at a level that would just not be possible in a group setting.   Private study will definitely take learning to the “next” level.  Buona fortuna.”
– Bill Mula

 

“I love my private lessons.  I am able to learn Italian in my own unique learning style from an expert, supportive and inspirational teacher, Daniela.  They complement the group lessons and give me more confidence in writing and speaking.  I give my highest recommendation.”
– Marlea Edinger, Ph.D.

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