Sandwich Bar hosts Orlando Language Exchange for budding bilingualists


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Taking a cue from a similar program in Gainesville, the Orlando Language Exchange is a group of language enthusiasts who want to broaden their linguistic horizons. The rules are simple: show up, let people know which languages you speak by putting flag stickers on your shirt, then grab a drink to get your tongue lubricated and chat with some people. You’ll be surprised how quickly you can dust off old language skills – or acquire new ones – with just a little practiced conversation.

8 p.m. Wednesday; Sandwich Bar, 2431 E. Robinson St.; free;


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