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Reselling remaining Chinese private lessons at TLI

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Reselling remaining Chinese private lessons at TLI

Postby matinikochi » 16 Apr 2012, 22:32

I am moving in 2 weeks and don't have time to continue with 5 hours of Chinese lessons that I already prepaid.

These are private (one on one) Mandarin lessons.

Location : TLI (Tapei Language Institute) in Tianmu.

I paid NT480/hour for lessons from M-F. I am selling 5 units (50 minutes each unit) for NT300/hour.

The lessons expire at the end of April so please let me know asap.

Feel free to email or call me at 989266140.
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