International Dialects Archive (IDEA) TIP: do NOT listen to the first part of each recording - a 2 min (approx) of monologue entitled 'Comma Gets A Cure'. The second part of the recording is the subject talking about themselves, and a transcript of what they say is provided further down the page. Listen to the second part only. It is more useful.
Work on your spoken English with the links below. Get out there and socialise!
Meet to Speak (chat in English with native speakers every couple of weeks at a bar in town. An entirely English environment)
Conversation Exchange (excellent website where you can find native English speakers looking for conversation exchanges)
L'association Bilangue (conversation exchange at 'Le Cactus Café' in Compans Cafferelli every week)
Franglish (language exchange in Toulouse)
Do You Speak Toulouse? (Facebook group of non-native speakers who meet up regularly to speak English)
Yoga with Zoe Levi (Zoe is an Australian qualified yoga instructor and gives all her classes in English)
Hyperactive Studios (Mari-Lou is a professional dancer and trained Pilates and aerial Pilates instructor from South Africa who gives her classes in English)
Nothing Toulouse Drama Club (theatre in English)
Netball Toulouse (twice weekly sessions in English, and participation in international tournaments)
Toulouse Area English Speaking Forum (A hub of information about all things English in Toulouse)
Seven Sisters (one of the best in Toulouse - a real 'London feel')
The Tower of London (language exchange every Monday, and bilingual quiz night every Tuesday)
The London Town (bilingual quiz night every Tuesday)
The George & Dragon (bilingual quiz night every Wednesday)
The Melting Pot (bilingual quiz nights every Sunday)
Toulouse Speakers (public speaking group)
Toulouse Walking Tours (tours of 'la ville rose' in English)
Further afield but fantastic opportunities can be found at workaway.info. Could also be a way to do a Civic Engagement project.