Here in the capital , we have so many english clubs around town. What they all have in common is to help people who wants to improve and practice their english. Personally, I’m a very active member of ICE CLUB ( I‘m Crazy about English). Our club has alot of different interesting activities. I’m going to talk about another english club that I interviewed.

I had a chance to meet ANDRIAMANDROSOMAHALAZA Njato ; RANDRIATIANA Francia; RAKOTOMANANTSOA Justin; ANDRIANARIVELO Fabrice who are active members of MLEC ( Municipal Library English Club) . Their club had been created 10 yrs ago; which is impressive. That the club is still going strong. They have around 40 to 50 official members; varied in all ages , occupations. They hold their meeting every Monday and Thursday 12:30 til 2 p.m. As they said the difference about them is that their club is divided into comities: Tourism comity; Youth Social Comity; Fundraising Comity. So if you want to join their club, you have to choose a comity. Like all other clubs , they have other activities like camping; picnics,…… etc. There membership fee is 4 000 Ar for newcomers, and 3 000 Ar/ semester for those already members.

I had a great time chatting with them. They were very cool and talkative. I think it’s great that many people now ; are eager to learn and speak english. As english clubs , all of us are unique in our own ways. We should come together and become a huge family .

Joining a club is very important. It makes you a better person and you can make new friends. I never regretted it and encourage all of you who likes the english language to join any english clubs of your choice.

11 thoughts on “ENGLISH CLUBS IN TANA

  1. Sure, you’re a really really really active member!
    hum, club makes you a better person? if you mean, tehy make people crazy, then yes!!!! I’m crazy!!!!

  2. Hi, i am fond of foreign languages too and english above all. It is good to know that such clubs exist in Madagascar and for years; i am not a member of any club but i’d like to, it’s a good idea, i am a l ittle bit wild for that, pas civilisé quoi.
    Go on girl

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  4. I like the concept of English Saturday gyz, I miss it.

    For those who don’t know about it; (with the initiative of ICE Club) English Saturday is a special saturday afternoon for all English lovers to gather in a public place and have some fun activities together.

  5. Wow your blog is intence i thank you for taking time to put the stories in your blog it allowed me to learn some things about Madagascar. Thank you Moonlight.


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