Learning a foreign language is not just for young minds. It is very possible to learn or resume English or Italian even as an adult. The solution lies with OLa.
English, the international language equivalent, offers more than the ability to be understood abroad. It plays an important role in protecting memory and preventing neurodegenerative diseases like Alzheimer’s. For those who want to improve their language skills or start from scratch, OLA offers a suitable solution.
Alyne Cardon, retired English teacher, opens the doors of OLA to welcome you on Monday mornings (4 lessons) or Tuesday mornings (3 lessons). Whether you’re a complete beginner or you already have some basics of the language, Alyne strives to create lessons to suit every level. Learning is done in a progressive way, encouraging constant intellectual challenge while taking into account the specific rhythms of each learner. Although the goal is not necessarily to become bilingual, every step forward is a success. Speaking and understanding become more fluid after the session, giving the satisfaction of typing the words to an Anglo-American song, while traveling abroad or following one’s grandchildren’s homework. Classes start in October, for more details, contact OLA on 05 63 34 86 25 or Alyne Cardon on 06 20 18 36 53.
Not only that! OLA expands its language offering with Italian, a language that evokes subtle ties and distant memories for many. Hosted by Jean-Paul Spano, lively sessions address current and historical themes of the Italian peninsula. One-hour lessons per week, Thursdays 10:30am-11:30am OLA Room, Location Grove, Offered to strengthen family ties, prepare for a trip or immerse yourself in Italian culture. A unique opportunity. For more information about these enriching linguistic offerings, feel free to contact OLA by sending a message [email protected].
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