New One-Day Language Courses in London

If you want to learn a language but have limited time in which to do so, Cactus’ new one-day language courses are a perfect way to learn or improve the basics in a social, fun and effective environment.

Languages: Spanish, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Japanese, Arabic, Mandarin, Hindi, Dutch, Russian and Turkish

Levels: Beginner and elementary

Location: London Holborn

2015 Dates: 17th October, 31st October, 7th November, 21st November

2016 Dates: 16th January, 30th January

Fee: £85 (includes 2-course lunch and 5.5 hours of language tuition)

Why take a one-day course?

  • Tangible progress and results in just one day
  • Full day of language practice in a fun, social environment
  • Delicious two-course lunch with teacher and classmates
  • Ideal preparation for travelling, holiday or a business trip
  • Get to grips with the basics before deciding to do a longer course
  • Great day out in London and ideal gift for a partner, family or friend
  • Convenient if you don’t live near a language school or have limited time
  • Real sense of accomplishment at the end of the day

Taking place on a Saturday from 10am to 5pm, courses include 5.5 hours of language tuition and a two-course lunch in a restaurant related to your chosen language – providing a relaxed environment in which to practise the language and socialise. At the end of the day you will walk away with a real sense of achievement, able to communicate at a basic level in the language and having enjoyed a great day with like-minded people.

As experts in the field of language learning, Cactus is the only provider to offer one-day courses for so many languages in the UK.

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