Georgian one to one 25 lessons per week
Levels: Beginner, Elementary - Level A1, Pre-Intermediate - Level A2, Intermediate - Level B1, Upper Intermediate - Level B2, Advanced - Level C1, Proficient - Level C2
Georgian Language Course For Everybody is specially organized for international people, who are interested in learning Georgian Language in Tbilisi and be familiarized with Georgian culture. Staying in our country is an exciting and unique way to learn about Georgian history, culture and traditions. It's a wonderful opportunity to study and practice Georgian conversation.
GEORGIAN LANGUAGE COURSE CONTAINS:
Speaking, listening, grammar, vocabulary, reading, writing and special course about Georgian history and culture.
Course is designed both for beginners and peoples with skill of basics in Georgian Language
Transfer from and/or to the airport
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43/1, Vazha-Pshavela Ave., 1st floor, office 19, Tbilisi , Georgia
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Number of classrooms: 6
Average nº of student per classroom: 1
Minimum student age: 18
Level test on first day:
Distance from the airport: 20 km.
Closest airport: Tbilisi International Airport
Year school opened: 2004
School opening times: 9:00 - 19:00
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•century of history is a bridge, between Europe and Asia. Georgia is bordered by the Russian Federation, Turkey, Armenia, Azerbaijan and the Black Sea. Georgians call themselves Kartvelebi (ქართველები), their land Sakartvelo (საქართველო
• meaning "a place for Kartvelians"), and their language Kartuli (ქართული). According to the ancient Georgian Chronicles, the ancestor of the Kartvelian people was Kartlos, the great grandson of the Biblical Japheth. The terms Georgia and Georgians appeared in Western Europe in numerous early medieval annals. The French chronicler Jacques de Vitry and the English traveler Sir John Mandeville wrote that Georgians are called Georgian because they especially revere Saint George. Notably, the country has the five
•cross flag, featuring the Saint George's Cross; the flag was used in Georgia from the 5th century throughout the Middle Ages.