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Language classes in Boston

Our language instructors teach private language classes and language lessons in the Boston area. We serve the population in and around Boston with language instruction. Private language lessons are taught to individuals and small groups in and around Boston. We also offer our language services to businesses and corporations. Our language instructors specialize in many different foreign languages and offer classes in languages such as Ancient Greek, Arabic, Bosnian, Bulgarian, Chinese, Croatian, Dutch, English, Estonian, French, German, Greek, Hebrew, Hungarian, Hindi, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Latin, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Serbian, Spanish, Swedish, Turkish, Vietnamese and other foreign languages. The language classes are fun, stress free and taught mainly by native language instructors who teach these language programs to adults, families, schools, small and large groups, businesses and corporations in and around Boston. Our language teachers serve the community seven days per week. Weekend classes are a good alternative to weekday classes and allow students with busy schedules to learn a language in their free time. If you wish to take private language instruction in Boston, please contact us. Although many different languages are offered in Boston our language instructors teach following classes more often. 

Arabic classes in Boston

Mandarin Chinese classes in Boston 

English classes in Boston  

French classes in Boston

German classes in Boston

Italian classes in Boston

Japanese classes in Boston

Korean classes in Boston

Portuguese classes in Boston

Spanish classes in Boston

The region of the northeastern section of the United States, known collectively as New England, includes the states of Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Connecticut. If one had to choose the “capital” of this historic, charming region, it would have to be Boston, the capital and largest city of the state of Massachusetts. Boston is a true colonial city, dating back to the time of the American Revolution. In fact, the city predates even Philadelphia and New York, since it was first colonial city to develop out of the original English settlers who settled in the region in the 1600s. Although now a decidedly modern city, Boston has continued to retain its colonial charm and dignity.

So much can be said about the city of Boston. In addition to its historical significance, it also boasts a formidable set of professional sports franchises, such as the Celtics basketball team, the Bruins ice hockey club, the Red Sox baseball team, and the New England Patriots football team, all of which have won multiple championships in their hallowed histories. The city is also known for its world-renowned academic institutions, such as Harvard University, an Ivy League school, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, also known as M.I.T., Boston College, and Boston University. The city of Boston is also home to the Berklee College of Music, which is one of the most famous music conservatories in the nation. The presence of this academic institution helps to fuel a phenomenal music scene in Boston, ranging from rock and pop to jazz and classical. And, of course, the presence of music also helps to invigorate Boston’s cultural community and nightlife; it is a city filled with fine restaurants, bars, and clubs.

The districts and neighborhoods of Boston are very specific, and the people who make their homes in them take on the identity of where they live, so much so that Boston is sometimes referred to as “the city of neighborhoods.” The core neighborhoods are contained in three sections of the city, the North End, which was the neighborhood where Italian immigrants first settled, South Boston, or “Southie,” which was dominated by the Irish, and the West End, which was inhabited by Russian Jews. Some of the neighborhoods include: Brighton, Charlestown, Dorchester, Hyde Park, Roxbury, South Boston, and West Roxbury. Some of the surrounding cities include: Newton, Brookline, Cambridge, Chelsea, Medford, Randolph, Arlington, Needham, Maynard, and West Concord. 

Our instructors teach and tutor a variety of foreign languages. Our tutoring services are offered to adults, children, businesses and corporations as private language lessons and also, if requested, as small group classes in and around Boston. Our private lessons are affordably priced and tutoring is done at locations that are convenient for our students and the instructors. Our language teachers may also offer before and after school programs.

Most of the languages that we are teaching are available in the Boston area and in surrounding cities such as Charlestown, Chelsea, Orient Heights, Winthrop, Cottage Hill, Revere, Linden, Faulkner, Malden, Maplewood, Oakgrove, Medford, Cambridge, Arlington, Somerville, Belmont, Watertown, Brighton, Brookline, Beacon Hill, South Boston and Dorchester Heights.

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