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Monthly Language Tables

Do you speak French or Spanish? Do you want to practice your language skills so that you don’t lose them?  We have a place for you!

Join any of our monthly language tables from 6pm to 8pm.           

The Language Learning Institute now offers all language tables conveniently ONLINE! Have fun and help ease the isolation anxiety while speaking with others at our French or Spanish tables.  All language tables offered in real-time, on a virtual platform.             

Bruce V

French – Third Wednesday of the month   Hosted by Bruce Vandewater

Advanced Former Student of The Language Learning Institute and French Enthusiast

Spanish – Fourth Wednesday of the Month   Hosted by Alejandra Valencia-Guevárez

Spanish Enthusiast and Friend of The Language Learning Institute

Location: contact us for virtual platform information

Format

This is a very relaxed atmosphere where conversation is the focus. Each Language Table is 2 hours long and there is no set agenda for the the topics. Join and make new friends. We have a steady following so people get to know each other. How have you been since the last time I saw you? Current events, travel, culinary delights, art, music are amongst some of our most popular topics.

Who is in charge?

Our language tables are facilitated by our teachers, more advanced students, or friends of The Language Learning Institute who are pictured above.

Is there a fee?

Currently there is no fee to attend the language tables, however, we do ask for a sponsorship, of any amount, to help defray the costs associated with putting on the language tables. This is a community service that The Language Learning Institute does to promote the speaking of languages other than English.

Language Level

Our language tables are held uniquely in the target language. Native speakers who attend our tables so that they don’t loose their native language proficiency attend as well as intermediate and advanced language learners.  Beginners are welcome but are encouraged to bring a dictionary since English is not spoken during this time period.