Hello, I am 20 years old. I am an American Indian. I listen to all kinds of music, and love to skateboard. I'm a really nice person and love to make friends. I need to find people who can teach me Korean and Japanese. I use only kakao, but we can also find other tools if needed. Learning these languages have been a huge goal of mine, I can also help you learn English as well. I love making friends so if you just want a friend I am here. I do work a lot and saving money for future trips.
No sé que idioma quiero practicar pero estoy dispuesta a aprender todo y de todos.
I don't know what language to learn 100% but I'm open to learn from anyone. I hope I can have wonderful experiences here and gather knowledge from different people around the world. It's always great to build friendships in the process.
I live in Dagestan.
I am physisist from my first education and economist from second.
I'm fond of football (soccer), table tennis.
I learn English via listening favorite bands such a Beatles, Dire Straits, Boney M, Abba, Smokie, Maywood, Blue System, Bee Gees, Moody Blues, Led Zeppelin, Neoton Familia, Peter Gabriel, Eagles and others.
I wish to listen live English speech and help learning Russian.
My name is Iknoun. I'm 21 years old and I live in Algiers, in Algeria.
I am looking for a language exchange partner to study French.
I'd be happy to help you to learn Arabic and Other in exchange.
Aphorism - the most capacious and accurate autobiography.
Aphorism - a mirror where everyone can see themselves from all sides.
In the near future my book will be published in two languages. I think this is one of the easy ways to learn a foreign language. I write very short stories, parables, aphorisms, etc. I hope that here I will find pleasant companions.
I'm Mark from China.
I'm Chinese . I like to help someone improve spoken Mandarin.
Feel free to connect with me.
Welcome to add me on WeChat for exchange culture or just chat.
Make friends from all over the world besides Chinese.
My name is Vasilisa and I live in Vilnius, in Lithuania.
I am looking for a language exchange partner to study Other and Spanish.
I'd be happy to help you to learn Belarusian and Russian in exchange.
My name is Cole and I live in Minnesota (AKA the midwest) and am looking to help others with their English as a way to meet and learn about other countries.
I was in the military before spending several years as a paramedic and now I am now going back to school. I like to travel and got to do so during the military but you only ever get to see the tourist spots and less of what the real country is.
Send me a message and lets crush that English, midwest style. Watch the movie Fargo for an over the top idea of the northern midwest style.
Language and words are more like seeds if the culture seems to be flower when you ask me.
I'm Hooway, a native Mandarin speaker.
My hobbies include swimming, travelling, table tennis, suspense film and so on.
I am looking for a language exchange partner to study English.
Other languages are absolutely OK as well.
Why not exchange our seeds and appreciate the other's flower ?
Hello, I am an Artist (poet, composer, sound designer, draughtsman, painter); Biologist by profession and love; and amateur Egyptologist, Geologist and Linguist. Due to the latter, living, dead and extinct languages exert much fascination over me.
Learning is one of the keys to the meaning of life, I swear (together with love, of course), and my character and command of the languages I know with confidence at the moment are such that I can guarantee a lot of wordplay, rich vocabulary and rhymes whilst we speak!
Am very interested in finding people whose interest is to learn English or Brazilian Portuguese in exchange for German, French, Spanish, and/or Italian. If you still want to talk to me, yet I did not include the language of your choice nor the one in which you are fluent in this description, please don't hesitate to do so regardless - maybe your language is precisely one to provide me a much needed shot in the arm!
Nevertheless, let us not worry too much about terms or concepts such as "learning" or "teaching", after all, though grammar might be interesting from a linguist's point of view, to the man in the street, language itself is merely a tool to communicate ideas; therefore, I propose that, even if we prescribe shifting idioms based on time and whatnot, let us instead prioritise information exchange and personal connection, allowing grammatic rules to unconsciously enter our brains via immersion and removing any pressure to "speak properly".
P. S.: BTW, what about us going off-axis and venturing into Middle Egyptian together? Or Ancient Greek? Or Latin? That's at the juncture I am the most now.