Italian School of Dallas
Learn Italian with The Italian School of Dallas!
 
The  Beginners I class starting on August 19th is now full.  Next B1 class will start the week of October 21st, date to be announced.
Enrollment will be open on September 2oth.

Please do not pay for the class before contacting us.




Simona in Paestum a Greek archeological site south of Napoli.
Our new location on 2695 Villa Creek, suite 270
Dallas, 75234
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Welcome to The Italian School of Dallas! We are a small private language school located in Dallas, TX.


All of our classes are taught by experienced, native teachers.




Whether you are a first time student, are interested in polishing your grammar or your conversation skills, or are interested in getting to know the culture a little more, the Italian School of Dallas can help you.  If you live in the DFW area you can join one of our groups or choose to do a one on one class. 


Our school is located in Farmers Branch, at the intersection of 635 and 35.  





This site also offers some grammar resources.  More will be added as time goes by.  


So, go ahead, navigate  and use all the resources this site has to offer and don't hesitate to contact us if you have any questions regarding our courses.




Grazie mille e a presto!

A word of advice for new students:

While it is certainly true that learning a foreign language can often be challenging, it all depends on attitude. 

1. Be patient with yourself.  
This is not a race; focus on quality rather than quantity.  No matter where you study, you don't have to rush.  If something is not sinking in, slow down, sleep on it, go over it again and do tons of practice with exercises and extra reading.  


2. Do not be afraid to ask questions.  
The whole reason we are here is to help you.  

3. Don't get too hung up or discouraged by your errors.  
Start accepting the fact that you will make mistakes, many mistakes.  But guess what, your teachers here at The Italian School of Dallas will not judge you for them. This is a judgment free zone, you are here to learn so nobody is expecting you to be perfect.   

4. Relax and have fun.  
Learning Italian can definitely be a lot of fun.  In our group classes you will meet a lot of interesting people who share the same curiosity about life and culture as you do. Besides being a great way to keep your brain exercised, becoming familiar with the language will give you a passport to Italian culture and the Italian way of thinking. 

Mamma mia!  What are you waiting for?

Take a deep breath and take the plunge.  Enjoy!
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