About Us

Are you planning trip to Europe or Latin America? We offer French, Spanish, Italian, Russian, German, Portuguese classes, join us and get most out of your next trip. Learn a new language and have a chance to experience a foreign country as a local, not as a tourist…

Why to chose Multilingual Society? 

Because it's fun !!! Multilingual Society is providing a nurturing environment for those who want to learn and/or practice different languages, either in a class setting or through our various activities, such as French, Italian and Spanish Book Clubs, Guided Tours (in French, Spanish etc) at local museums, picnics, wine tastings, lectures, foreign movies.

We are a not for profit 501 (c) 3 Language and Cultural center, established in Palm Beach County, Florida, a true Multilingual County! Many of our residents and visitors are  polyglots, speaking 2, 3 and more foreign languages.

We create a greate number of events so that you can practice the language you are learning outside of the classroom as well in a more real life situation, with other people.

Our teachers:

All teachers at Multilingual Society are trained to teach foreign languages in a logical and meaningful way to insure that you are making progress. When it comes to foreign languages, there are many different aspects and ways of mastering a language and each require different set of skills:

1. one thing is to SPEAK a language
2. another one is to TRANSLATE / INTERPRETE
3. and yet one more aspect is to TEACH it 

Our teachers have a lot of experience and use different techniques, such as songs, games, exercises, videos etc to make the lessons fun and interactive.

The benefits of learning foreign languages:

The benefits of learning foreign languages are being discussed more and more over past decades: it opens the door to other cultures and helps to understand and appreciate people from other countries, read books in original version and now even some studies show that it helps to slow down the Alzheimer disease. Below there are a few articles that might be of interest to you:

Second language protects against Alzheimer's
Foreign Language Study (NY Times)
The Rise of the Polyglots (NY Times)
Foreign Languages and Thinking (The Economist)

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