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“LOL = Love of Languages” says TorontoLanguages.com blogger

Will your next words in a foreign language hold the secret to immortality? Apparently those who participate at our events act like they do—and that’s the best compliment we could hope for.

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What Did You Do This Summer?

It was a blast meeting people from all over the world on the streets and paths of Toronto and make meaningful connections with them, right there out in the fresh air.

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A surprise visit from Washington DC at Diskuto French Corner

Khady and Jamal at Diskuto French Corner

Toronto is the perfect place to learn and practice languages. With hundreds of ethnic groups and more than a hundred spoken languages you do not need to travel; the world comes to you!

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My Bastille Day in Toronto with the Diskutizens: La Marseillaise and a Croissant

Marseillaise cartoon lyrics and music

We organized a singing contest called Revolutionary Idol: the best singer won a croissant and the Certificate of Singing Excellence aka the Diskuto prix de chant!

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¡Tantos Idiomas! Spanish Corner starts July 25

A mad SpanFran experiment? Our First Spanish Corner will be concurrent with French Corner

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Revolutionary Idol! Sing to win at French Corner

French Corner or La Bastille? This Thursday: Best version of ‘La Marseillaise’ wins award (and a croissant)

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Happy Birthday in Every Language

It was a pleasure having Happy Birthday sung to me in more than 10 languages at Diskuto French Corner last Thursday. It was officially a ‘speak French’ evening, but when the Diskutizens celebrate they do it in many tongues. It

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So many languages, so little time?

Improving your new language is a common New Year’s resolution. 2013 is half done; have you kept that promise to yourself? Somehow, the months pass, and ‘language inertia’ takes hold. Another overseas vacation comes and goes, where you might speak

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