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CRO to go – A Place to Learn Croatian

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Learning a new foreign language is never easy, especially for those that lead fast and busy lifestyles. Technology and innovation however is making it easier and more fun than its ever been…

If learning or improving your Croatian has always been on your to-do list, but time has always held you back, there is a solution. CRO to go is a small educational centre located in Zagreb, specialized in learning Croatian as a second or foreign language.

Whether you want to learn Croatian in your office, or at your home, CRO on the go will adjust to your needs and your everyday schedule. If you live abroad and want to learn Croatian – there is a possibility of taking online Croatian courses too in the comfort of your home.

Besides the standard teaching methods, CRO to go uses various additional materials and techniques, such as audio and video materials, active conversational methods and cultural activities, in order for the student to have a chance to practice and master their Croatian language skills.

“Why not have fun while learning a new language? – this is our guiding principle, so therefore in learning Croatian we prefer interesting, fun, interactive and flexible methods of teaching, with constant awareness of students’ interests and desires”, says prof. Mihaela Šego, founder of CRO to go.

“My teaching experience has taught me that everything you teach people you can make either extremely interesting and fun, or extremely boring. I always choose the fun and interesting way of teaching,”

If you are interested in checking out more about Cro to go you can visit their website here or contact them via email at [email protected]

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