Speak up! Find your voice and new friends in French, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish, and Quechua.
French Table / la table française
This weekly conversation table is open to everyone with an interest in speaking French regardless of level. Come join us for conversation or just to listen! Anyone on campus interested in making new friends and learning about French and Francophone culture and language is welcome.
When: Wednesdays, 5:00 - 6:00 p.m. starting 1/26/2022
Where: French Parlor at Mary Lyndon Hall on Myers Quad
Contact: Emily Kraus firstname.lastname@example.org Email Emily when you arrive so she can unlock the door for you.
Italian Table / La TAvola Italiana
Everyone interested in the language and culture of Italy is welcome to join us and make new friends. This conversation group meets weekly and is open to anyone on campus with an interest in speaking Italian, regardless of level.
Portuguese Table / Mesa Portuguesa
Mesa Portuguesa is our weekly Portuguese conversation hour. Come join us to practice Portuguese and make new friends! Anyone on campus interested in the language and cultures of Portuguese-speaking countries is welcome. Previous knowledge of Portuguese language is not required.
Spanish Table / Mesa de Español
This weekly discussion group is facilitated during Spring Semester 2022 by Ms. Meko McFadden, UGA ROML PhD student in Hispanic Literature. It is a great opportunity to meet new people, learn about Hispanic culture and simply practice the language in a fun, informal and friendly environment! Looking for reasons to join us? Want to meet students who are native Spanish speakers and learn about culture? Are you going abroad or just got back and want to maintain the language? Want to gain extra practice to prepare for the “Spanish Only” rule in your class? Do you think it will be fun to just practice Spanish and become more fluent? ALL LEVELS WELCOME!
Quechua Table / Rimasunchis
Our weekly Quechua Table is Rimasunchis. All who are interested are welcome and encouraged to join! No prior knowledge of Quechua is required to attend. Those interested in joining can contact Sarah Hubbel for the Zoom link. Tupananchiskamayá!