If there are more speakers of one language than the other, then at some tables there will be 3 people.The event lasts 2 hours and scheduled at night: 8pm-10pm on Wednesdays and Thursdays, 9pm-11pm on Fridays and Saturdays. So it could get repetitive at times, but more interesting topics usually come up once the basic introductions are out of the way.You get paired up with a native Spanish speaker and you talk in English for 5 minutes, then 5 minutes in Spanish (or the other way around, depends on what you agree to start with first).You then switch tables after that to practice with other people.This year, the program — which was founded in 2011 by educator Mary Leighton, who now leads the independent Language Partners B. — even offered an even-faster “speed dating” option for faster language pairing.
One thing to note is that during the free trial period photos are not displayed with the profiles.
While reading some articles online about Buenos Aires, I found out about this event called .
It’s a similar except to speed dating, but people are there to practice their English or Spanish (though no one’s stopping you to treat it like speed dating).
Where you meet lots of different people in one night.
I’m sure there’s a speed dating night down at the club.