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Keep in mind we always start speaking French at pm whatever the time you arrive. The team Pierre Gilbert Anne Michaux Douglas Purdy YOU NEED TO LEARN FRENCH!

Then join a class at your level, from scratch to advanced.

PLEASE REMEMBER TO TIP YOUR BARTENDER (leave about

Keep in mind we always start speaking French at pm whatever the time you arrive. The team Pierre Gilbert Anne Michaux Douglas Purdy YOU NEED TO LEARN FRENCH!Then join a class at your level, from scratch to advanced.PLEASE REMEMBER TO TIP YOUR BARTENDER (leave about $1 extra per drink that you buy)How to Babel:1. Usually, there are a lot of people, so it does get a bit loud with people from all over the world chatting away until late in the evening.Please remember to bring an original photo ID (not a photocopy) showing your age. If you don't bring ID you might not be allowed in the bar. You'll get to meet people from all over the world and improve your language skills at the same time!The organizers will also introduce to people who want to learn your language. By participating in the group, you agree that you may be photographed and the photos may be published on FB, Instagram and meetup. CONTACTEduardo: [email protected] Babel Media attention: Babel/pages/Me...We usually have groups of people practicing French, Spanish, Korean, etc. If you are comfortable finding native speakers of your favourite language yourself, that's fine too! If you have any questions, concerns, problems or ideas, please talk to the organizer about it! ( Babel/pages/Media_attention_for_Toronto Babel/) OVERVIEW Toronto is one of the most multicultural cities in the world. Many groups focus on one language, but this group provides an opportunity to practice many languages.

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Keep in mind we always start speaking French at pm whatever the time you arrive. The team Pierre Gilbert Anne Michaux Douglas Purdy YOU NEED TO LEARN FRENCH!

Then join a class at your level, from scratch to advanced.

PLEASE REMEMBER TO TIP YOUR BARTENDER (leave about $1 extra per drink that you buy)How to Babel:1. Usually, there are a lot of people, so it does get a bit loud with people from all over the world chatting away until late in the evening.

Please remember to bring an original photo ID (not a photocopy) showing your age. If you don't bring ID you might not be allowed in the bar. You'll get to meet people from all over the world and improve your language skills at the same time!

The organizers will also introduce to people who want to learn your language. By participating in the group, you agree that you may be photographed and the photos may be published on FB, Instagram and meetup. CONTACTEduardo: [email protected] Babel Media attention: Babel/pages/Me...

extra per drink that you buy)How to Babel:1. Usually, there are a lot of people, so it does get a bit loud with people from all over the world chatting away until late in the evening.

Please remember to bring an original photo ID (not a photocopy) showing your age. If you don't bring ID you might not be allowed in the bar. You'll get to meet people from all over the world and improve your language skills at the same time!

The organizers will also introduce to people who want to learn your language. By participating in the group, you agree that you may be photographed and the photos may be published on FB, Instagram and meetup. CONTACTEduardo: [email protected] Babel Media attention: Babel/pages/Me...

IMPORTANT The group meets every Wednesday: same place, same time. and the group is usually there until at least 11 p.m., you can arrive and leave whenever you like. You will alternate every 30 minutes between the two languages.HOW IT WORKSToronto Babel is a language exchange group.You can help people learn your native language and other members help you learn their native language. If you have any comments, questions, problems, concerns or ideas, just talk to the organizer about it. OVERVIEWToronto is one of the most multicultural cities in the world. Many groups focus on one language, but this group provides an opportunity to practice many languages.At a regular Toronto Babel gathering we have native speakers of French, Spanish, English, Portuguese, Korean, Japanese, German, Polish, Italian, Cantonese, Turkish, Mandarin, Russian, Hindi, Arabic, Farsi and many other languages. Learners of all levels, from beginner to native fluency are welcome!

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