Yesterday, we featured five awesome German courses on Udemy, and today we got our Spanish, French and Italian learners covered. You can save up to 90% on the language courses listed below, as all of them cost only $10 / €11 until Wednesday, March 10th.
Know that with purchasing one of these courses you actively support the creation of new and free materials, videos and podcasts on Fair Languages. This way I can keep the website running and keep all the resources on there free forever!
As many of you know I have been working in the field of language coaching for more than fifteen years now. And although I am mainly a content creator (as you know from my blogs and social media activity), I am also an avid believer in lending other creators a hand and support their content.
Today, I would like to recommend you five German courses on the learning platform Udemy that I hand picked for you as I think these make a useful addition to your learning portfolios. The great thing is that you will get them all for only $10 / €11 each, which is saving you up to 90% of their regular prices, until Friday March 20th.
Furthermore, know that with purchasing one of these courses you actively support the creation of new and free materials, videos and podcasts here on Fair Languages and on Deutsch Happen. This way I can keep the websites running and keep all the resources on there free forever!
First published on EDUKWEST
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