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Getting some person-to-person practice in your target language is an important milestone for any language learner. Meeting other language enthusiasts is luckily becoming increasingly easy in this day and age. One of the best ways to get some first hand speaking practice is to attend a language exchange meetup in your local city.

What?

Let’s Learn Languages Together, Drink Coffee and Have Fun is a language learners’ meetup in Prague that connects people trying to get a hang of foreign languages and offers them a relaxed setting in which to practice their skills.

Although it was originally targeted at people learning Czech, it has now become a group that connects people studying a mix of different languages. It aims at encouraging participants to put their language skills to the test in a relaxed environment also puts a lot of emphasis on simply socialising and having fun.

Where?

The group joins together different language practice meetups that take place in Prague. Different languages have their practice sessions in different languages around the city, so be sure to keep an eye on the group’s Meetups page. For getting some hands-on Spanish practice, for example, head to Areperia on any Thursday at 8pm.

When?

The group itself was started in 2014 with the aim of uniting people interested in learning Czech and making new friends in a relaxed environment.

These days, they combine language lessons with meeting people and having fun. The exact schedule is announced in each language meetup.

Why?

If spending a relaxed evening with other language aficionados practicing your target language and learning something new isn’t enough for you, you might be interested to find out that the meetups also take place in various cool venues around the city. If you’re getting into Czech, you might also be served some local delicacies during one of the breaks. Use this time to get some tips on the excellent local beers.

Find out more and join the group here.


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