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We hold English-only meetings, events, parties, excursions, etc. And sometimes we do some interpretation work. Well, we just have fun
Among the most popular formats are the following ones:
You may take a look at the list of events we organized on our vkontakte page. You may also review our past events (starting from 05/2011) using our calendar.
We are always open to something new, feel free to suggest your ideas, especially if they seem to be somewhat crazy :)
It is free. Yes, totally free. Moreover, we even provide some free sweets (cookies, buns), tea and coffee.
Yes. Just "yes": there are no special requirements.
One minor thing: the university security staff may ask you for your ID (passport), so to avoid any undesirable problems, we strongly recommend you to have your passport with you.
There is no concept of membership in our club. Just attend our meetings whenever you can/want. Note, however, that internally we do maintain a list of people who participate in the club's activities. And of course there are some of us who regularly attend the meetings, but, again, there is no such concept as membership.
The upcoming event is always published on the main page.
The full schedule is available on our calendar page.
Alternatively, you may resort to our non-profit SMS-service: send sfreely to 2420.
You will recieve some short info about the upcoming event.
Note, the SMS-message costs 1.70rub.
As you might have noticed while glancing over our Rules, Russian is not allowed for any type of communication during our club meetings. Anyone who is ready to comply with this rule can join a meeting. If one is not ready to talk in English, (s)he can just stay silent for a while. You are allowed to speak very slowly and with tons of mistakes.
As for the question itself, we estimate the average level of our visitors as upper-intermediate.
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