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Spring Language Course Schedule

Come study Italian at IEI! New courses begin the week of March 11 on the campus of Menlo College in Atherton
Classe are eight (8) weeks long and each lasts 90 minutes

2013 SPRING SCHEDULE

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Winter 2013 Italian Language Classes

WINTER 2013

Classes at IEI begin on January 7, 2013, according to the following schedule:

 

Class Days Start Date Time Room Fee
Italian 1 Wednesdays Jan. 9 7 to 8:30 pm TBD 190
Italian 3 Mondays January 7 7 to 8:30 pm TBD 190
Evening Conversation Tuesdays January 15 7 to 8:30 pm TBD 190
Morning Conversation Wednesdays January 16 10 to 11:30 am TBD 190
Discovering Italy Thursdays January 10 7 to 8:30 pm TBD 190

 

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Fall Italian Classes at IEI
by Mario Fusco

Italian language courses are taught by Mario Fusco and Angelica di Chiara Fusco. Both Mario and Angelica were born and educated in Italy, and, as California residents, they continue to share their knowledge and love of their native country with anyone who is interested in learning and appreciating the various aspects of Italian lifestyle. Their organization, the Italian Educational Institute, housed on the campus of Menlo College in Atherton, is the venue through which language and culture classes are offered and Italian events are organized.

We hope you enjoy what you see here and hope to see you in one of our classes or events. Arrivederci.

Italia

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Your virtual gateway to Italy
by Mario Fusco

Benvenuti! Here you will find information about Italy and all things Italian, from language instruction to Italian restaurant reviews, from Italian events in the Bay Area to travel tips, from Italian food recipes to glimpses of Italian life.

Browse our posts: they run the gamut from general culture to the history of Italian immigration, from interesting tidbits about Italian products and Italian lifestyle to fascinating historical details about places that you have never heard of. We go from big cities such as Rome and Naples to achingly beautiful mountaintop hamlets such as Dozza and Bertinoro. Brush up your Italian skills with our weekly Grammar Tidbit, or access our free online Italian Grammar, complete with pronunciation guide and most used phrases and words.

And let us hear from you. If you have an interesting story to contribute, if you have a question, if you have a compliment or (alas!) a complaint, let us know, and we will respond.

ARRIVEDERCI!

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Italy in Europe