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Reunámonos para hablar español e inglés (3030 Dundas Street West)

Let's go to 3030 Dundas Street West for some great conversation and food.

As you know, our meetups are meant to practise conversation in both Spanish and English. Depending on who is hosting, we may also have fun activities around learning the language.

So be sure to bring a notebook and pen to jot down words, phrases, tips and advice from our friendly native speakers. All levels are welcome. So if you're just starting out or haven't used the language for a while, then come just to hang out and listen. You'll be glad you did!

Our goal is to speak as much Spanish and English as we can. If you chat with a native speaker from the other language, be sure to offer to switch languages and practise both English and Spanish. Some people are shy about asking to practice in their second language, and our meetings are meant to practise both languages.

There is no cost to join us at our meetings. We only ask that you bring your friendliness and enthusiasm. :)

A reminder not to bring in outside food and drinks.

See you Saturday!

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  • Martha Z.

    Excelente!!!! Gran oportunidad para conocer nuevos amigos (as) y practicar Español e Ingles.

    December 31, 2012

  • A former member
    A former member

    Great to see so many friendly faces staying to hang out. Thanks for a fantastic last meetup of 2012 - and see you back next year!

    December 29, 2012

  • Adam M

    everyone is really friendly, helpful and patient. A few of us newbies managed to ask a few questions and say a few answers, which at least for me helped boost my confidence and motivate me to keep working at it to be more fluid for next time.

    December 29, 2012

  • A former member
    A former member

    Hi all! Please note the updated time for our meetup this Saturday - we will be starting at 2pm, which is as early as the venue can open this weekend. Apologies for the late notice - hope you can all make it! Any questions, let me know. Happy holidays!

    December 28, 2012

  • Manuel Garrido A.

    Me ha gustado mucho el estilo!. Más alegre y divertido que los villancicos de España. Feliz navidad a todos

    1 · December 25, 2012

  • joseph

    Gracias Kathy y felIz navidad a vos

    December 25, 2012

  • Kathleen

    Feliz Navidad a todos...

    In the Caribbean we have a Spanish connection in our music called "Parang". It's very popular and sung in English and Spanish. One of the main instruments is the "quatro" a four-stringed instrument. Below is a popular song from my island - St. Vincent and two in Spanish from Trinidad. Enjoy!

    St. Vincent - Se de Barrel

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xBs3MGsBBv4

    Trinidad and Tobago- Alegria, Alegria

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QWJMm49ZCog

    Trinidad and Tobago - Nuestra Tradicion

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fxI4wArDQXc

    A brief history of Parang in Trinidad and Tobago:

    http://suite101.com/article/caribbean-christmas-season-history-of-parang-in-trinidad-a312137

    December 25, 2012

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