Chat, Chew at Lunch Lingo
By Senior Airman Krystal M. Garrett , 1st Special Operations Wing Public Affairs
/ Published June 06, 2013
HURLBURT FIELD, Fla. --
Venir apprendre, meaning "come learn" in French is the message William Vander Bought, U.S. Air Force Special Operations School Language Center French instructor, would like to get out to the community here.
People can vendir apprendre at Lunch Lingo.
Lunch Lingo is a language seminar held Monday through Friday from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. for those who are interested in learning or practicing a language at the Hurlburt Field Library.
The library teamed up with language center to give Airmen and all Department of Defense card holders an opportunity to learn a foreign language, at no cost, while eating lunch.
"It's relaxing and we make it friendly," said Vander Bought.
Vander Bought said he encourages people to get to know eachother through another language.
The event offers a different language every weekday including French, Spanish, Russian, Chinese (Cantonese and Mandarin) and Arabic.
"Lunch Lingo is a wonderful opportunity," said one attendee. "I took French in high school and I'm a little rusty. We just start talking and William gave me exercises to learn more French."
For more information, visit www.myhurlburt.com.