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Learn the Italian language from

Giovanna (Jackie) Dimetros before you leave on your Italy adventure or learn for any reason.

To enhance the pleasures of the Italian adventure Vigore magazine recommends Giovanna (Jackie) Dimetros. Giovanna explained, " Learning the language opens the pathway to learning the customs as well. My Italian classes often include acting out various scenarios one may encounter while traveling through Italy. Ordering in restaurants and cafes, asking for directions like where the "bagno" (bathroom) is, pushing ahead through lines (Italians do NOT wait their turns), and knowing that wine is usually cheaper than water are just some of the things we usually cover. Private tutoring can be arranged as well as small classes with friends or family members. "

Testimonials are the best way to share the excitement of learning Italian from Giovanna.

“Who thought it would be a possibility to become fluent in another language in your mid forties? Learning with Giovanna made it easy and fun as well. I didn't know a single word or phrase in Italian and after less than 6 months of classes with her I flew overseas to Southern Italy and was able to converse daily with Italians in Italian! What a triumph it was to be able to ask for directions, or a bus schedule, or even to order a meal. I continued on with classes after this trip, and found it increas-ingly easy to think and speak faster in Italian. Giovanna tailors the classes for your needs, whether it be an upcoming trip, or a job transfer to Italy. She has been practically everywhere in Italy, and really makes learning fun." Traci S., River Forest, IL

"Simply put, Giovanna’s classes provide me with more than I had hoped for. Each session is interactive, dynamic, challenging, and filled with great camaraderie. Of most importance is Giovanna’s desire to have us learn and understand what she teaches, not just try to memorize. My goal was to reach a point where I no longer felt like a tourist in Italy, and while my learning will be a lifelong pursuit, I’m now comfortable conversing with locals who speak no English at all – a great tribute to Giovanna!" Judy G. ,Chicago, IL - current student

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