¡Tantos Idiomas! Spanish Corner starts July 25

A mad SpanFran experiment?

Our first Spanish Corner, Thursday July 25, will meet on Philosopher’s Walk, down the path from French Corner. So if you’re interested in both French and Spanish you can stroll between Corners and practice two languages. Otherwise, just pick your favourite 🙂

Also, we seek a handful of fluent Spanish speakers to help act as volunteers. If you consider yourself a hispanophone and want to know more, email volunteer@diskuto.ca.

More details to come next week.


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 “¡Tantos Idiomas! Spanish Corner starts July 25
  1. Robert Schemmer says:

    Buen idea! Quiero hablar espanol and aprendio mas. Yo soy medico retirado y vivo en Mexico en invierno.

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