Thursday Language Exchange 2020
Thursday Language Exchange
Place / Lugar : BIGBEN, Plaza honduras 36, 19:30
For better organisation you will be able to reserve not sooner than 3 days before event.
Para una mejor organización, podrá reservar no antes de 3 días antes del evento.
Thursday is The Biggest & best language exchange and very much recommended to students.
Normally Pre-covid there were around 200 participants. And we used to play the famous “YO”quiz altogether.
But these days, we have to restrict and be very very organised, so we can still enjoy the language exchange without any risk.
From now on, if you would like to join our language exchanges you have to follow these rules:
You have to register to the event what makes us know where you were seated..
Registration is mandatory to join. But Seat allocation is first come first basis. If you are late even registration doesn’t promise you a place.
Do not change the table during the language exchange event
The use of the mask is obligatory every time you stand up; (We recommend even while seated)
If you are going to smoke, please smoke far from people (2 meter distance). Please don’t stay in the bar area.
Wash our hands/Sanitize them,
Before getting to the meetings,
After blowing your nose, coughing or sneezing
After touching money
After using the toilet
After touching surfaces outside of the table
Try to avoid the two kisses, hugs and handshakes. If you have done it accidentally, please wash your hands or sanitize them.
Try to avoid sharing things like lighter, beer, cigarette, money etc.… if you have, please sanitize them.
For better organization you will be able to reserve not sooner than 3 days before event.
When do we meet? From 19:30 onwards. You can come anytime but it is recommended to come before 20:00. (We don’t guarantee, your reservation after 9:00)
Where do we meet? Bigben, Plaza Honduras 36.
Here is the map:
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 the 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 to these places, 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,