May 23: Diskuto French Corner at Philosopher’s Walk

Thursday May 23, 2013 – Thursday May 23, 2013

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Practise your French!

Enjoy the beautiful atmosphere in the open air among the trees of Philosopher’s Walk. Enjoy fun Diskuto language activities, and make new friends.

An informal after-work gathering from 5 to 8pm. Stop by on your commute home. Or take the subway to Museum station.

Philosopher’s Walk is the footpath between the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) and the Royal Conservatory building. Walk south from Bloor St, then meet us near the amphitheatre made of stones behind the U of T Music Department.

Free!

Venez pratiquer votre français!

Profitez d’une belle atmosphère en plein air parmi les arbres de la 
Promenade des Philosophes
. Profitez de nos activités linguistiques amusantes et découvrez de nouveaux amis.

Une rencontre informelle après le travail de 17 à 20 heures. Arrêtez-vous sur votre trajet de retour, ou prenez le métro jusqu’à la station Museum.

La Promenade des Philosophes se trouve entre le Musée royal de l’Ontario (ROM) et le Conservatoire Royal.

Où nous trouver?

Allez vers le sud sur Bloor Street, puis rencontrez nous près de l’amphithéâtre de pierre derrière de l’Université de Toronto ( le département de musique).

Si le temps est inclément, nous marcherons  vers le pub le plus proche.

Profitez-en c’est gratuit!

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About

Pat founded Diskuto so he could keep meeting amazing people and keep speaking new languages he learned. He was born and grew up in Toronto, the most multilingual city on Earth. He speaks one language well (English), two languages passably (French, Italian), three languages badly (German, Spanish, Russian), and six languages hardly at all (Latin, Ancient Greek, Arabic; Mandarin, Japanese, Portuguese). He can read HTML, CSS and PHP but it’s hard to have a conversation in those. He is also the editor of torontolanguages.com.

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One comment on “May 23: Diskuto French Corner at Philosopher’s Walk
  1. Dimitri says:

    Lovely and interesting

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