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Find the Seattle Polyglots events at: https://www.meetup.com/Seattle-Polyglots/ (There are many ways of defining the word polyglot. Our definition is anyone who is passionate about languages.)
Find the Seattle Language & Culture Meetup at: https://www.meetup.com/Seattle-Language-Culture-Meetup/ (We are looking to our members to suggest their interest in movie nights, international dinners and cultural festivals.)
Many other language groups are listed in the Resources by Language and Events sections below. These two groups have been highlighted because they aim to bring together people for all language and cultural backgrounds.
We hope to grow as a diverse community to include people from all backgrounds from total beginners to seasoned professors.
Meals | Snacks | Sports | Parks | Karaoke | Language Exchanges | Lectures | Performances | Festivals | Classes | Clubs | Viewings | Private Residence | Teleconference | Skype | Board Games | open space
(see meetup pages on left for more or list here) Events Category Page
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List of Wiki Users List of Event Hosts
see language for list of users who have events
There are over 6,000 languages in the world [!]. If you are a Seattleite 西雅图人, please add content and expand. You may add your user profile to the language category. How to list your interest in a language
Working one-on-one with tutors
International Phonetic Alphabet
College Grammar Programs (WSU)
- Groups (Facebook, Meetup, chat groups, etc)
- School programs (private and public)
- Tutors (online and in person)
- Video: Movies / TV / YouTube (list your username next to content to promote it)
- Music and Playlists
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