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Looking for a group in Haarlem

by laiaveronica Online Now Apr 7, 2010 at 6:26 AM

We are 2 spanish girls in our thirties living in Haarlem and we are looking for a group of people to practise English, Dutch and Spanish.
If you are interested, we can arrange an appointment by e-mail.
Come on and join us. Let's become a nice and outgoing group!

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    Re: Looking for a group in Haarlem

    by pieter_jan_v Online Now Apr 7, 2010 at 8:52 AM

    I'll keep you in mind if another VT-meeting is organised (you could organise one yourself).

    I already had many encounters; including Spanish speaking people (I speak a little Spanish myself too).


    PJ

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  • Re: Looking for a group in Haarlem

    by laiaveronica Online Now Apr 9, 2010 at 11:00 AM

    Thanks for your answers.
    Pieter, could you give us some tips? What is actually a VT-meeting? We're just new in this. ;)
    By the way, any ideas about things to do around are welcome!

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    Re: Looking for a group in Haarlem

    by pieter_jan_v Online Now Apr 9, 2010 at 12:28 PM

    Have a look at the VT help on meetings at:
    VT Meetings

    Upcoming meetings can be found at:
    meetings.virtualtourist.com/...


    You can follow my trail of VT-meetings from:
    "My first VT-Meeting" - Brussels Travelogue by pieter_jan_v
    Mind you, it's a long trail!


    Just think about the idea of setting up a meeting that somehow suits your wishes. A Dutch meeting will automatically attract people speaking Dutch and English and often members speaking other than these languages are involved.
    A typical meeting starts with a meeting hour (can be extended to even 2 hours),
    a site/attraction seeing and a joined dinner. This is not a must. I try to think how we can involve more language practising in a fun way.


    PJ

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