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Spanish Conversation at Mike's House

  • Jun 19, 2013 · 7:30 PM
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Mike is graciously hosting a Spanish conversation meetup.

Our group ranges from beginner, intermediate, advanced, and native speakers, so all are welcome. Come see old friends and meet new ones!

Some quick facts:

1) Meetings are from 7:30pm-10pm. It's very informal, meaning you can come at any time during those hours. We always ask members to please not show up any earlier than 7:30pm and be sure to be conscientious about leaving by 10pm.

2) Hosts are never obligated to provide food or beverages - if you wish, bring a beverage with you. Our gracious hosts provide hospitality; some ambitious guests bring food or beverages to share with others, but that is never required.

3) We average between 8 and 30 people at our meetings. The more centrally located, typically the larger crowds. You're always welcome to bring friends with you.

4) Please RSVP, as that helps out the host to plan for their meeting, and ensures that we can let you know of any last minute changes.

5) If you want to host a meetup, check our calendar at . If there is an open Monday or Wednesday date, contact us and we will add you to the calendar.

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  • Catherine S.

    My Spanish is very rusty as I haven't used in a long time. I have classes on Monday and Wednesday nights for 6 weeks starting next week. Since my son is on call at work this week, I will try to make it but may have to babysit my grandson if my son is called in.

    I'll sit with Allison and we can collaborate on our translations and comments. :)

    Would it be helpful and allowed or discouraged and distracting to bring a Spanish/English dictionary?

    June 19, 2013

    • Mike H.

      You are more than welcome to bring a dictionary—whatever helps! Some people also find it useful to bring a notepad to write down whatever they learn. Nos vemos!

      June 19, 2013

  • A former member
    A former member

    So sorry I can't make it.

    June 18, 2013

  • Lauren

    Hola! Me llamo Lauren y estoy emocionada de conocer a todos! Hasta mañana!

    June 18, 2013

  • A former member
    A former member

    I am be but so much ant to learn . Glad to meet you all.

    June 18, 2013

  • Jeff H.

    Will try to make it more toward 8.30 or 9... Gracias! Looking forward to my first one.

    June 18, 2013

  • Allison

    I would like to come, but my Spanish is very rudimentary. I definitely cannot hold any type if conversation in Spanish. Is this an appropriate group for me to attend?

    June 16, 2013

    • Mike H.

      Hi Allison, I would encourage you to come check it out. There are typically all levels of Spanish speakers present, from early beginners to fluent and native speakers. Listening to and attempting to engage in conversation is, no matter how basic, is a great way to learn. You can pick up some new vocabulary by just listening to others—and, of course, people are always willing to explain something in English if necessary.

      June 16, 2013

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