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If you are in Prague, trying to find some practice for your English skills, then attending one of the events hosted by the Prague English Meetup group would be a great (and free option). We’re continuing our series of posts on various language practice meetups by looking into the events organised by this group.

What?

Prague English Meetup focuses on creating events aimed at uniting language learners in Prague who are looking for a fun way to improve their English skills. The events are aimed at providing a relaxed environment where getting some first hand English practice will be effortless and fun.

The events organised under this Meetup group vary in their style and location which means that anybody interested in improving their English skills can find something to take part in. You can choose to simply have a nice conversation by the river or combining your speaking practice with tasting some delicious local beer.

Where?

The events organised in this group take place in various locations around Prague, so keep an eye out for the ones you might be interested in. For example, if you would like to try your hand at inline skating, meet up with other participants in front of the Black Dog Cantina or, if drinking Czech beer is more your thing, head over to the restaurant Zvonarka to meet other English speakers.

When?

The events that are organised in this Meetup group have different times, so check the group page to keep up with what’s next. Although there are some one-time events, the most popular ones take place either every week or once every two weeks, so even if you miss one, feel free to sign up for the next instalment. Just make sure you let the organisers know you’re attending.

Why?

This is by far the most active and well-organised of the Meetup groups dealing with English practice in Prague.The variety of events organised and quite a busy schedule mean that everyone can find something to their liking.

Find out more and join the group here.


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