Language Learning Resources
HOW TO GET STARTED WITH THE LCE
Get ideas for things to do with your partner or small group.
LCE COMMUNITY SLACK
Members of the MIT community can chat with each other and have the opportunity to set up virtual meetings outside of LCE events. Please fill out the google form to get invited to the mit-lce-community slack.
ON-CAMPUS LEARNING RESOURCES
The MIT Libraries has also put together an excellent reference page for those wanting to improve their English.
Register for English Conversation Classes with the MIT Women's League in September and February.
Join the free English conversation class sponsored by the BCM.
MIT students (both undergrad and grad) can take language classes in MIT’s Global Studies and Languages Department.
MIT students (both undergrad and grad) can work on specific language issues in MIT's Writing and Communication Center.
MISTI matches MIT students with tailored internship, research and teaching opportunities abroad.
MIT Japanese Wives Group
Mrs. Kimie Shirasaki (firstname.lastname@example.org) may also be able to help you find an English conversation partner.
MS&PC is a support network for the wives, husbands, and significant others of MIT students and staff. The group hosts a number of activities, helps people meet new friends, and provides many opportunities for English conversation.
OFF-CAMPUS LEARNING RESOURCES
English Classes in Boston/Cambridge
Boston Japanese Meetup
We connect language learners with native speakers of Japanese or English. Practice speaking, find out about cultures, styles, history, current events, and meet new friends!
Boston Korean Meetup
MA Korean Language Group is open to anybody in the greater Boston area who is interested in the Korean language and culture. We meet on the first Saturday of the month. We also have sporadic parties and outings.
French Cultural Center of Boston
The French Cultural Center of Boston is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to ensure the vibrant growth of French Language and Francophone Cultures in New England, including a library, classes, and cultural events.
Goethe-Institut Boston (German)
The mission of the Goethe-Institut Boston is to foster international cultural cooperation. The institute organizes and supports a wide spectrum of cultural events on current topics in culture and politics of Germany and Europe. They organize workshops and seminars for multiplicators and teachers of German as a foreign language. Their language division offers a comprehensive program of courses and examinations.
Dante Alighieri Society of Massachusetts (Italian)
The Dante Alighieri Society of Massachusetts is a non-profit organization whose objective is to promote and foster Italian language and culture.
Try free online courses from the MIT Libraries. Mango Languages has more than 70 language courses, including English classes specifically developed for speakers of other languages.