The Language Learning Institute Announces Fall Classes for New Paltz

The Language Learning Institute, a full service language school in the capital district of New York State, is scheduled to offer Beginning Courses for Adults in French, Russian, and Ukrainian in New Paltz starting the week of October 18th in the evenings between the hours of 6 and 9pm, institute director, Nancy Scarselletta, announced today. These are regular classes which will meet weekly and will be held in classrooms at Christ the King Episcopal Church on Eugene Brown Drive.
Once the proposed programs develop, offerings in many levels of French, Russian and Ukrainian will be available. We plan to offer programs and special seminars for language, culture and history enthusiasts of all ages. Currently, private lessons and customized programs for adults as well as tutoring for students who are struggling or want enrichment are available in addition to scheduled classes.
The classes will be taught by Yuliya Kornyeva,Ph.D. Yuliya holds a Masters Degree in Linguistics and a PhD in French Literature from Kyiv University of Kyiv, Ukraine.
Nancy Scarselletta holds a master’s degree in French from Middlebury College and a bachelor’s in French and secondary education from Siena College which includes a academic year study abroad from Hamilton College. She did additional course study which lead to certification in Pre-k through 6 Elementary. All certifications are permanent in New York State. She taught for more than 25years in many different settings. She opened The Language Learning Institute in an effort to expand the learning experience beyond the classroom setting.
For more information about current and future class offerings for either French, Russian and Ukrainian, contact the institute at 845-476-1900 or by e-mail at [email protected] Visit us on the web at: www.languagelearninginstitute.com.

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“The Language Learning Institute helped me to develop functional conversation skills in French. Despite many years of the language in school, I felt at a loss in being able to communicate effectively. I know I will be more confident as well as better prepared on my next trip to France.”

— Betsey Kuzia (Albany, NY)

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