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Mundo Lingo Toronto | Free Weekly Multilingual Exchange Pages

We organize a weekly event:


  • Every Tuesday at 7pm in Kramer's (1915 Yonge St.)





How it Started.
The first Mundo Lingo event was held in July of 2011 in Buenos Aires by a British expat trying to avoid the foreign bubble and finding ways to meet and make Argentine friends. Our aim in London is the same, to bring the foreign and local community closer together through the practising of languages.

Since their beginnings in Argentina, our events have since been launched in Cologne, Geneva, La Plata, London, Melbourne, Montreal with new cities on the way in 2015.

Philosophy
All of our events are free and always will be which is in part to avoid the financial objectification of our participants. This means we really do care about providing the best language exchange environment possible. We also don't give nor except commissions or sponsorships from our associates. We don't hang up banners, no wrist bands, no collection of email addresses and generally anything that might interfere with your experience.

How it works
Here's a brief explanation: When you arrive at the bar you're going to find the ML team at one of the tables handing out stickers. Put the flag that represents your native language at the top of your chest, the rest of the languages below in order, and your weakest language at the bottom.

From there it's easy because everyone goes mingling and talking with each other. Stand up if you're open to meeting new people, sit down for a more private conversation. You'll see that if you're on your own people will come and approach you, introducing themselves or inviting you to talk with them. We hope that later you will do the same for others even if your deep in conversation. We talk in small groups and the topic of conversation is as much your choice as is the language. You can stay with the same group, or chat a little and move on to meet more people. It's a very warm and friendly environment.

Check out the Mundo Lingo Website and head to "Toronto" to find more information, photos, links and contact information for our events

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