Twilight Taster Course
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Are you interested in learning a language, in a relaxed and welcoming environment? If so, why not register for a Twilight Taster Course?

Open to all staff and students.

These evening classes are available at beginner level in French, Spanish, German and Mandarin. Practical in nature, they teach you how to communicate in a range of basic social situations. They are not assessed, but upon completion, you will receive a certificate of attendance.

Teaching Schedule Semester 2, 2021: 
  • w/c Monday 01/02 - w/e Friday 26/03 
  • Easter vacation - w/c 29/04 - w/e 12/04 
  • w/c Monday 19th April 2021 - w/e Friday 30/04
Venue & mode of delivery: 
To be confirmed (subject to Covid 19 protocol). 

Days: 
Monday: Spanish; Tuesday: French, German; Wednesday: Mandarin Chinese. 

Time: 
18:00-19.30 - to be confirmed nearer the time. 

Cost: 
Student - £35 (£3.50 per class), staff £55, external participants £60.

We are hoping to run our classes, either via Zoom or in person, in semester 2. If you would like to join, please register an initial interest: 
French and/or Mandarin Chinese 
Danielle Bishop 
T: +44 (0) 1752 585632 
E: danielle.bishop@plymouth.ac.uk 

Spanish and/or German 
Blanca Del Cerro-Garcia 
T: +44 (0) 1752 585653 
E: blanca.delcerro-garcia@plymouth.ac.uk 

Places are limited and will be allocated on a first-come first-served basis, once registration details have been released. 

Once registered, you will then receive further details about the format of the classes and the mode of registration, towards the end of Semester 1. 

All classes require a minimum number of participants to run.
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