It’s November, so time for the semi-annual ‘FREE One-to-One German Lesson’ offer!
This week at our sister website, NativeSpeakerTeachers.com they’re giving away FREE ONE-TO-ONE GERMAN LESSONS (the offer is for new students only.)
This is a promotion they do twice a year when things are otherwise quiet, in February and November.
Twice a year they aim to give away a hundred and fifty free online lessons, normally priced at £20 each.
Try an online lesson (via Skype or Zoom) with one of their native-speaker teachers, at a cost of exactly ZERO.
You don’t have to buy a lesson to get one free, they won’t even ask for your card details – all they need to organise your lesson is your email address, so their teaching management assistant can contact you to organise your lesson.
It’s a genuinely-free offer!
N.B. This promotion is for new students only. The free trial lesson offer is limited to one lesson per person.
To claim your FREE trial one-to-one lesson, follow these links to the online shop:
Once they’ve received your order (there’s no payment stage, don’t worry), their teaching management assistant will contact you to find out what your needs and preferences are and, importantly, WHEN you’d like to do your free lesson.
That could take a few hours, or as long as a day or two, so be patient. If you don’t see an email from their team in your inbox, please check the spam/junk folders before writing to us.
N.b. There’s no rush to do the free trial lesson, which doesn’t have to be this week – the offer ends on Sunday night, but that’s just a promotional deadline, not a limit for actually doing the lesson.
- The Free Trial One-to-One German Lesson offer ends on Sunday, 13/11/2022
- No need to actually DO the lesson this week, just ‘order’ it
- Remember: this offer is for NEW STUDENTS ONLY
- If you ordered a free trial last time but didn’t take it – do try again!
- But if you’ve already done a free trial in the past, sorry…
- After completing your lesson, you’ll be sent a 15% discount coupon
Ready to order your FREE trial one-to-one lesson?
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