Bonjour, hola, namaste, salaam, konnichiwa, merhaba, ni hao, and hello!
When? First Wednesday and 3rd Friday of every month, 7pm
Where? We'll change the location from month to month, so if you have suggestions then please let us know!
Who? Anyone who wants to speak or practice another language.
Do you speak another language (or 10)? Do you want to learn or practice another language? Then come join us! You can expect to meet speakers of a variety of languages, and all are welcome.
This is a good opportunity to learn or practice a foreign language with others who are also learning or who are native speakers. It's also a good opportunity to meet a language partner to start a language exchange.
NOTE: Time and place are subject to change! Please check back before the meetup to make sure you have the latest information! The group is new and we welcome suggestions, so please do contact us if you have any.
If you're interested in the group on couchsurfing, then sign uphere
Song of the week Renato Carosone's one hit wonder, Tu Vuò Fà L'Americano (You're an American wannabe) was made famous largely through cinema and, more recently, remakes and samplings by other famous groups.
Polyglot Cafe is an opportunity for people of different backgrounds to get together to exchange language and culture. We'll meet at a cafe, bar or restaurant and move break off into smaller groups to speak a variety of languages. Do you speak or want to learn\practice Mandarin? Hang out with the Mandarin speakers, and maybe you can help them with English or another language while you're at it. You can also jump from one table to another and meet a ton of interesting people from a variety of backgrounds. Our polyglot cafe is a perfect microcosm of this country's most diverse city.
Currently, we have general multilingual meetings on the first Wednesday and third Friday of every month. On top of that, there are language-specific meetings throughout the month. Each meeting is at a different location to allow for a change of pace and so that we can discover the city together. If you have ideas of where\when to meet, also feel free to let us know.
Side note: If you want to stop receiving emails about new meetings, just uncheck the option in your communication settings.
Side note 2: When you sign up for this group, you'll be asked to pay your "dues." There are not actually any dues; this is just the way meetup phrases what we call optional donations. Consider it an optional yearly donation of $2 if you want to help us keep this group running. It's not much for one person but, if enough of us pull together, then I won't have to worry about paying the meetup fees anymore (around $150/year). Donations are not at all required, but certainly appreciated :)
I decided to start Reno Motorcycle Riders Group because I wanted to be part of a group of people who enjoyed my passion... I was excited and nervous. Our group has grown by leaps and bounds. I never thought it would be this big.