Language Exchange Help

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Maryjo

Language Exchange Help

Post by Maryjo » Mon Jan 07, 2013 3:43 pm

Hi all,

Just wondered who speaks to native speakers of the languages you're learning (Dutch, Spanish, French, Italian, Chinese, Russian etc.) to practise and learn the language that way?

I'm currently using [link removed] to find language partners and have made a lot of great friends on there, everyone's really friendly and is a real confidence booster - is anybody else on there?

Thought this might be useful; in my experience practising and learning languages with native speakers is much better than reading a book etc.

What do you think?
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Bert
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Re: Language Exchange Help

Post by Bert » Mon Jan 07, 2013 9:15 pm

I think this is an advertisement. You had six posts so far and you mentioned the same link in each of them. But no problem, just do it. :)

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Re: Language Exchange Help

Post by Vilmos » Tue Jan 08, 2013 1:26 am

Bert wrote:I think this is an advertisement. You had six posts so far and you mentioned the same link in each of them. But no problem, just do it. :)
Daar hebben we een prachtig Nederlands woord voor: spam... Gelukkig spreken de Vlamingen dat waarschijnlijk ook als 'spam' uit. :)

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