What we're about

This is a group for people who love to learn and speak multiple foreign languages. We meet in spaces like cafés and parks to practice our languages, discuss techniques, and support each other in our language goals. There is no formal structure. We just chat with each other, often switching between languages that we can all use. Sometimes we play the "polyglot game" or attempt to teach each other languages we are learning. This group is ideal for language geeks and people who have been known to use the hashtag #polyglotproblems

This group is a social group focused on language learning, cultural enrichment and language exchange.

Harassment - This group does not tolerate sexual harassment or other forms of harassment. Please do not come to this group expressly looking for a date. If you meet someone you like at an event, that's fine. Please be respectful of any cultural differences.

Discrimination - This group welcomes all language learners and language speakers regardless of nationality, race, religion, gender identity, sexual orientation, disability, etc.

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to one of the organizers for assistance.

Upcoming events (5+)

Seattle Polyglots Dinner - INDIAN FOOD

Masala of Indian Cuisine

Welcome to the Seattle Polyglots! Language learners, beginners, dabblers and all other polyglots are more than welcome. Contrary to what you might think, we don't all speak four languages *yet*. The meeting format is open-ended with introductions and topic suggestions at the beginning followed by "let's see where this goes." If we have multiple people who speak the *same* language(s), we'll break off into smaller groups. Topics / activities might include: * Language Hacks - How to learn faster * Insights & Experience - Working with different language families * Common Challenges - Learning multiple gendered languages * Sociolinguistics - The relationships between language and society * Children's Songs - Share a song in your target (or native) language * What's your language background? What's your learning background?

Polyglots - A Conversation About Languages

RAM Northgate Mall

Welcome to the Seattle Polyglots! Language learners, beginners, dabblers and all other polyglots are more than welcome. Contrary to what you might think, we don't all speak four languages *yet*. The meeting format is open-ended with introductions and topic suggestions at the beginning followed by "let's see where this goes." If we have multiple people who speak the *same* language(s), we'll break off into smaller groups. Topics / activities might include: * Language Hacks - How to learn faster * Insights & Experience - Working with different language families * Common Challenges - Learning multiple gendered languages * Sociolinguistics - The relationships between language and society * Children's Songs - Share a song in your target (or native) language * What's your language background? What's your learning background?

Polyglots - A Conversation About Languages

RAM Northgate Mall

Welcome to the Seattle Polyglots! Language learners, beginners, dabblers and all other polyglots are more than welcome. Contrary to what you might think, we don't all speak four languages *yet*. The meeting format is open-ended with introductions and topic suggestions at the beginning followed by "let's see where this goes." If we have multiple people who speak the *same* language(s), we'll break off into smaller groups. Topics / activities might include: * Language Hacks - How to learn faster * Insights & Experience - Working with different language families * Common Challenges - Learning multiple gendered languages * Sociolinguistics - The relationships between language and society * Children's Songs - Share a song in your target (or native) language * What's your language background? What's your learning background?

Polyglots - A Conversation About Languages

RAM Northgate Mall

Welcome to the Seattle Polyglots! Language learners, beginners, dabblers and all other polyglots are more than welcome. Contrary to what you might think, we don't all speak four languages *yet*. The meeting format is open-ended with introductions and topic suggestions at the beginning followed by "let's see where this goes." If we have multiple people who speak the *same* language(s), we'll break off into smaller groups. Topics / activities might include: * Language Hacks - How to learn faster * Insights & Experience - Working with different language families * Common Challenges - Learning multiple gendered languages * Sociolinguistics - The relationships between language and society * Children's Songs - Share a song in your target (or native) language * What's your language background? What's your learning background?

Past events (84)

Polyglot Game Night (EASTSIDE)

10214 NE 8th St

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