English Study and Practice for Non-Native Speakers

  • Sep 7, 2013 · 2:00 PM
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Note: Please try to RSVP as early as possible, preferably by Thursday evening. If the numbers are too low (less than 5), I may cancel the meetup for that weekend.

I often see members of this group looking for time to study English, so I would like to give the non-native English speakers in our group an opportunity to improve their English just like they have given us the chance to improve our Chinese, Japanese, or Korean skills.

I also hope that by extending this opportunity, we will encourage more native speakers of Chinese, Japanese, and Korean to participate and aid our CJK practice on Wednesdays.

Our practice will include games, discussion, and reading activities. The reading activities will be conducted on a bi-weekly (every other week) basis. When we do not have a reading activity, we will do discussion based activities instead.

Any and all suggestions for methods, activities, etc. are welcome.

This group was created to function as an exchange. We help you and you help us.

For native speakers of Chinese, Japanese, or Korean, we hope that you will attend our meeting on Wednesday to help our language learners.

Also, this is a group for serious study.

Most of the study and language-exchange groups out there are more social than educational and more than anything our group wants to help non-native speakers improve and better enjoy the English language.

Of course, we will have fun with games and discussion, and we may have coffee or lunch after our meeting, but our focus is on learning. You will make friends here, but if that is your only purpose, it would be better to try another group.

Finally, for any native English speakers who are interested in helping, please contact me (Ajani) before RSVP'ing. Currently, we have a good amount of volunteers to help us teach English, but we are open to new teachers under the following conditions.

1. You are a regular member of our Wednesday group (regular means you have attended the meetups consistently for at least a month). This requirement is essential.

2. You can adapt to our system of teaching/study and have no problem preparing materials in advance.

3. You are interested in helping out our group and not just looking for conversation partners or dates.

Again, it is absolutely vital that you contact me before coming to our Saturday meetup otherwise it might result in an awkward experience for all of us.

If you have any questions, comments, or concerns, feel free to contact me (Ajani).

How to find us...

Go to 53rd street and Lexington Ave. The building is across the street from a CVS pharmacy. on 53rd st, there are two main entrances. The top entrance in the picture is on 53rd st between Lexington avenue and 3rd avenue. The bottom entrance is on the corner of 53rd st. and Lexington avenue. The building is called the Citigroup Center but it the area where we sit is also called the Atrium Shops and Cafes.

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  • Andrés

    When is the next meet up? And where ! I couldn't come yesterday! But I will be the next. Someone can please tell me when?

    September 8, 2013

    • Ajani O.

      Hi Andres, the meetup is every Saturday, so try to come again next week. Hope to see you then.

      September 9, 2013

  • Yi J.

    I have a really good time in this group and thank all of you!

    September 7, 2013

  • Luna

    Nice to meet all of u and it is really very helpful

    September 7, 2013

  • Sara Suyang L.

    Thank you guys! This meet up is really great! I also want to give you back on Wednesday but I have class that day! Is there any other time for that?

    September 7, 2013

  • Frankie L.

    May I join this group?

    September 7, 2013

    • Ajani O.

      Of course. I won't be here today but you are free to join whenever you please.

      September 7, 2013

  • Ajani O.

    Hey everyone,

    Unfortunately, I cannot attend due to a scheduling conflict but Carl and Luke should be there to help you guys study English.

    I'll be back next weekend with some interesting activities.

    September 6, 2013

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