Monday Language Exchange
Monday Language Exchange + Board games
Place: BIGBEN, Plaza Honduras 36, 20:30
Why Language Exchange: Do you remember how you learnt your mother language? By talking and listening to people, playing etc.. At the language exchanges, we try to create the same atmosphere ans experiences.
All our language Exchange meetings are more or less the same. But to differentiate, we add some specialities.
Monday: We call it “classic language exchange”. It is a kind of family atmosphere with not so many people, so a nice calm environment to talk and meet new people and we play some board games to have more fun,
In a normal Monday meeting there are only 60 – 80 people talking in 5 different languages.
When do we meet?: Mondays from 20:30 onwards. You can come anytime but it is recommended to come punctual 20:30.
How to register? After October 2022 you don’t need to register anymore for Language Exchanges. But you need to be member of the association and ask for your card. You can take your card here:
What is the objective and How Language Exchange meetings work?
The objective of these meetings is clear: exchange languages. So you can practice different languages in the same way you have learnt your mother tongue; by social interactions.
How do they work?: We create tables of 6 people according to their languages, but usually most tables are English, German, Italian, French with Spanish. In these tables Spanish people help foreigners with their Spanish and vice versa.
How we do it?: When somebody arrives a coordinator is in charge of assigning them to a table with people interested in speaking in a particular language, because they’re learning the language or because it’s their native tongue and they want to help others. So just follow the coordinator, join the group and start practising. In matter of minutes you are talking your new international friends.
Connecting internationals with locals.
Where do we meet?: Bigben, Plaza Honduras 36.
Here is the map:
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