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Italian or French courses in Italy/French paying less than 200 euro/month?

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Hi, my name is Giuliano and I am from Brazil.
Recently I have been to Italy and France, and I really loved everything about these places, and I decided that I want to learn one of these languages if I have the chance, especially italian.

But I don't have too much money to expend, and with housing+food I would have only about 200 euros to spend on the course per month, which doesn't seem much when I look at the prices, which cost that, but per week.

I would like to spend around 3 months on the course, having an intensive course, if possible. So any help with courses is extremely appreciated, anything about italian or french, two languages that I really love.

Thank you very much,
Giuliano.

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