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While good English skills are considered self evident within the Hacker community (and in many other situations as well), not everyone is as firm with the language as she/he would like to be. Especially when it comes to spoken English, some might appreciate more practicing.
 
While good English skills are considered self evident within the Hacker community (and in many other situations as well), not everyone is as firm with the language as she/he would like to be. Especially when it comes to spoken English, some might appreciate more practicing.
  
 
If anyone is interested in improving his/her English skills, please attend the English workshop!
 
If anyone is interested in improving his/her English skills, please attend the English workshop!
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== How? ==
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We plan to simply meet and discuss random topics in English and also read English literature. Participants with better knowledge of the languate will support others or help to explain the texts read if necessary.
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== Topics ==
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Ideas what we might talk about, or what we will read:
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== When? ==
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== Who? ==
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* [[Benutzer:Georg|Georg]]
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* …you?

Version vom 4. Januar 2013, 11:24 Uhr

English workshop

While good English skills are considered self evident within the Hacker community (and in many other situations as well), not everyone is as firm with the language as she/he would like to be. Especially when it comes to spoken English, some might appreciate more practicing.

If anyone is interested in improving his/her English skills, please attend the English workshop!

How?

We plan to simply meet and discuss random topics in English and also read English literature. Participants with better knowledge of the languate will support others or help to explain the texts read if necessary.

Topics

Ideas what we might talk about, or what we will read:

When?

Who?