Fwd: Linguists' Federation
gbarrett at WORLDNEWYORK.ORG
Wed Dec 11 20:30:34 UTC 2002
Début du message réexpédié :
> De: Arnaud Febvre <afebvre at pt.lu>
> Date: Wed 11 Dec 2002 15:14:46 America/New_York
> À: "info at clubpolyglotte.com" <info at clubpolyglotte.com>
> Objet: Linguists' Federation
> Répondre à: arnaud.febvre at thaon.com
> You are receiving this e-mail as your e-mail was on a website related
> My name is Arnaud Febvre, I am writing on behalf of the Linguists'
> Federation. The Federation was founded in Europe in June 1937 by "Union
> Polyglotte", the Linguists'Club, and the "Weltclub". The Linguists'
> Federation aims at promoting a better knowledge of languages by
> organising meeting to practise languages. It is also seeking to help
> with the promotion of existing circles and clubs in Europe and with the
> setting up of new associations worldwide.
> We currently are fourteen clubs and circles covering Belgium, France,
> Germany, Ireland, Luxembourg and the U.K. and we are looking at ways of
> partnership with any organisation (whether it is a club, a circle or
> whatever name) in different continents. Just like we have spontaneously
> started social language clubs in Europe, we believe there must be
> similar organisations worldwide and we would like to suggest a
> partnership. We believe it might be of interests to know that clubs or
> associations exist on different part of the globe.
> Basically our clubs meet on average once a week and gather on average
> to 60 people depending on the evening, people have a drink. More info
> available from our gateway and partner website
> We can provide links from our homepage at this URL:
> www.linguistsfederation.com for free and without any commitment as long
> as people aim at promoting the practise of languages, that you are
> non-political and non profit making organisations.
> Please feel free to forward this e-mail to whoever has similar goals.
> Thanks in anticipation,
> Arnaud Febvre for the Linguists' Federation and Linguists' Club
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