Dear Tuscans, it’s time to lower your defenses and admit the facts.
English has become the language spoken in the majority of countries throughout the world and has become an essential part of our everyday lives. It’s the language of information, of the Internet, of commercial and business deals on a global scale. It’s the language of tourism, of transportation and of intercultural exchange. It’s now requested or required by many companies and jobs, and it’s impossible to do without it for those who want to keep up with the times.
There is another way to learn English without spending loads of money on ineffective courses, without spending your nights studying or organizing expensive travel-study trips. It’s the oldest method in the world, and without a doubt the most effective.
Meet people from all over the world and practice your conversation.
Anyone who has a good knowledge of a foreign language can tell you that it’s practice that makes the difference. And not only that, it makes the learning process more enjoyable.
Where is the best place to go? We need a place that is easily accessible, contemporary, and frequented by people from all over the world. Since 1962, Red Garter has been the premier venue in Florence for an international rendezvous, and the fun atmosphere is the ideal place to make new friends!
Every night of the week you can meet young Europeans on vacation who want to get to know locals as well as American students who are looking to learn Italian.
Entry to the bar is complimentary, and practicing your English will be easy, fun, and most importantly free of charge. Maybe just the cost of a beer to help you ease the initial embarrassment…