UN Languages Club looking for its founders
Thread poster: xxxbiosphere

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English to German
Oct 18, 2006

The UN Language Club is an initiative of people that are commited to learn (at least) the six official UN Languages (Arabic, Chinese, English, French, Russian, Spanish) during their lifetime. We want to find people from all continents that think like us - first in the Internet, later probably in real-life -, see what those language addicts have in common, and found an organization.

In order to form this organization, we are looking - as a first step - for people that are
1) committed to learning these languages and
2) want to participate / discuss actively

Those who subscribe to the initiative before November 15th will become members of the "core group". They will - until Mid December - discuss and define the clubs statutory framework. Until know, everything is open, so YOUR participation is welcome.

However, we strongly recommend that you are already able to communicate in at least 3 of the above-mentioned languages, one of which being a language rather "neglected" by Europeans (esp. in international organizations: Arabic, Chinese, Russian).

If you feel comfortable enough, welcome to our free, open minded initiative.


See you there.


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