ROLANG School organizes a free class on Romanian language for beginner level on Wednesday, the 10th of May 2017, from 18:30 to 20:00 o’clock. All the foreigners interested in tasting Romanian are expected at the school’s headquarters: 28 Tudor Arghezi street, 5th floor (University Square area, Bucharest).
The free class will cover: pronunciation rules, greetings, common phrases, dialogues and expressions on how to introduce yourselves, main verbs in the Present Tense. The class will help students to taste the Romanian language and to decide if they want to register for a payable module.
The school, which specializes in teaching Romanian language to foreigners, organizes high quality courses all year round: class courses, individual and online courses, summer school in the city of Sibiu.
The instructors are Ph.D. holders, authors of Romanian manuals for foreigners, and Romanian native speakers.
Class courses are divided into three categories: 8 week program (on Mondays and Wednesdays for beginners, on Tuesdays and Thursdays for intermediate and advanced learners, 2 hours / day, with a total of 32 hours), 2 week program (3 hours / day, from Monday to Friday, with a total of 30 hours), and Wednesday courses (3 hours / day, on Wednesdays, 10 weeks, 30 hours).
The next modules will be held between: 15th of May – 10th of July 2017 and 16th of May – 11th of July 2017 (8 week program), 8th of May – 19th of May 2017 and 12th of June – 23rd of June 2017 (2 week program), 19th of July – 20th of September 2017 (Wednesday course).
More details about the schedule of the classes until the end of 2017 here.
The courses contain a variety of language topics, focusing on the elements of communication. Each lesson covers different aspects of reading, speaking, listening and writing: correct spelling, pronunciation practice, strong emphasis on conversation, role plays in various situations, debating various points of view, emphasis on the ability to express points of view, dialogues and vocabulary, expressing opinions in writing, explanations of the new words and phrases, usage of audio materials, grammar section and exercises.
Besides conversational Romanian, the school also organizes specialized modules such as: Romanian for business, cultural integration course, Romanian for tourism, immersion courses, and Romanian for citizenship.
ROLANG School is the only school in Romania that specializes in teaching Romanian language to international students. The school was founded in 2009 by Mona Moldoveanu Pologea, Ph.D. Linguist, and became very fast a leading provider of Romanian language courses for international students. The school provides a wide range of Romanian language programs (class courses, individual courses, summer school and online courses) and it uses its own course materials (the“Learn Romanian” manual, written by the school managing director). The school has around 850 foreign students/year, offering top-notch courses for foreigners with different language skills requirements. Since 2011 ROLANG School became a member of the European Language Council.
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