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  1. The Internet is a great place to learn languages. There are many benefits of learning a new language with the help of the internet. You can find a lot of free lessons and courses online, which means you don't have to pay for expensive classes or spend time commuting to a class. But it's not just about saving money - there are other benefits too. For example, if you're learning on your own, you can work at your own pace, which means that you'll be able to learn more quickly than in an expensive class where everyone is working at their own pace. And if you're learning with others, then this provides an opportunity for socialization and collaboration as wellas building relationships with native speakers. Language learning is a long-term investment, so it’s important to find the right learning method that suits you best.Learning a language online has many benefits: you can learn at your own pace, take breaks when needed, and learn from anywhere in the world. Even more unexpectedly, you can practice the language on dating sites with foreign people. There are many websites that offer international dating for certain types of relationships and people, from lesbians in the US to straights in France. If you want to use a site on your mobile, there are many available options too - some of which are free while others offer a small monthly fee. Online Chat with Natives One of the new trends is to find native speakers of the language you want to learn and chat with them on different platforms.The idea behind this trend is that in order to learn a language, you need to be able to speak it. The more you speak (write), the better your skills will be. And if you are lucky enough, you will find someone who speaks their native language as well and can help translate for you. This way of learning languages has been around for a while but now with dating chats and social media it has become easier than ever before. You can find people all over the world who are willing to chat with you about your favorite topics or just talk about random things in their mother language. You can find certain chats that are of interest to you, on topics that are close to you. You can search for gay or lesbian chat rooms if you want to stay within the LGBT community and not face rejection from different people. This can potentially be one of the safest ways for lesbians to learn a language, as there will be no feeling of insecurity or misunderstanding on an online platform with other lesbians. Online Dating Some people might be afraid of speaking in public or interacting with strangers due to their shyness. But if you have the opportunity to practice your skills on an online dating site chat, you don't have to worry about any of these things! In order to boost your language skills online, you need to find a native speaker by browsing dating profiles and messaging with them. The Internet has made it possible to interact with someone and learn a language from the comfort of your home, without having to leave the house. If you are single and looking for a date, you can find a lot of matches online and overcome the language barrier along the way. To make sure that you have the best chance at learning the language quickly and effectively, it’s important to choose a person on the dating site who will not mind explaining slang expressions, etc. to you if you do not understand something. The good news is that there are plenty of ways to do that. Whether you want to learn a new language or brush up on your rusty skills, these sites will help you get there faster than ever before.The Internet has made it possible for people to connect with each other from all over the world. This is especially true for those who are looking to date someone from a different country. Simply set language learning as your interest on your profile and go on a safe search for lesbians who speak the language you are learning. Video Calls From time to time, when you communicate via messages, you will probably use an online translator to answer or ask a question. This is also a great practice, but it will not replace live communication. Since you are most likely located in different countries and working on your international relationships, then video chats will be the way out. It's also a chance to see your online partner, which is important when you're aiming for a romantic connection. Remember that modern lesbian dating sites or any other hookup platforms have built-in video chat capabilities. So you can chat in real time with your lesbian woman, hear the correct intonation of speech, pronunciation and, of course, get to know each other better. So you see that there are a lot more options for learning a language than just courses or group classes. In addition, with the help of these methods, you can improve your dating life, and, who knows, start life in another country, having found love.
  2. Hi everybody, my name is Dimi and I'm a 32-year-old software engineer living and working in Munich. Originally I'm from Bulgaria, but I moved to Germany 7 years ago – and I’m still struggling with German. This inspired me to create LingoHackers: https://www.lingohackers.com/. Check it out if you can relate! We currently support German, English, French, Spanish, Bulgarian and Italian. There are daily challenges on which you can track your progress, chat rooms to easily connect with others, a community forum for your questions and intuitive editing/correction tools to help others. Hope to see you there soon! :) Cheers, Dimi from https://www.lingohackers.com/
  3. Language Chat: The future of language learning A Combined Cloud AI Tech from Amazon, MS Azure & Google to help you learn to speak languages without complexity. Language Chat allows you to easily learn 14-16 languages 10x faster by chatting, listening & speaking with the power of Cloud AI Technologies. Back & Get one FREE Lifetime Subscription only on Kickstarter. https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/languagechat/language-chat-the-future-of-language-learning Back & Get one FREE Lifetime Subscription only on Kickstarter. https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/languagechat/language-chat-the-future-of-language-learning Only 200 slots are available for this special offer.
  4. But even if you dedicate yourself daily, it's still not easy and most people fail, or they peak and then start to forget/lose what they've learned. Why does this happen?? I'll tell you why. Because you're not immersed in the language that you are learning. If I was learning Italian, and I moved to Italy, then with tools like Duolingo, Babbel, and others that are designed for those harder languages, I can learn Italian fluently. But if I try to learn Italian from America, sure I can memorize many words, but that doesn't mean that I will retain much since I'm not surrounded by the language. Get ready, I'm going to pitch something, but know that it's something that I truly created for myself at first to solve the exact issue from above. Except my issue was to not forget my native language of Romanian since I moved to America at a very young age, and in my adult life I speak Romanian to very few people and very rarely. So naturally, I started slipping. Every couple of years I would go back to visit Romania for about a month, and in that month of being immersed in the language, it came back sooo much more than if I were to just practice at home on my own. Light bulb!! What if I could stay immersed in the Romanian language even in America, every day. That would be cool. Well, what do I already do every day.....I have conversations through text messages every day!! These convos are in English, but what if I could see those convos in Romanian too. Ahhhaaaaa! So I developed a simple text messaging app, that my wife and I, and a couple of family/friends used. It does what I described above, it shows me my convos in another language as well. I ended up placing it on the App Store, Apple even featured it in the "New Apps We Love" section. Check it out if interests you, and I would love your feedback. https://apps.apple.com/us/app/chatall/id1043435029 - (currently for iOS only - but there are plans for Android as well) See screenshot. I'm having a conversation in English on the left side, and on the right side my conversation is being translated in Spanish. Thanks, Adrian P.S. I'm not competing with the existing tools that take tackle language learning with more depth. Those are amazing tools that you should continue to use. But adding something like this to the mix to keep you immersed will make a BIG difference. P.S.S. If you are on iOS 13 already, there is a small bug with the formatting. The blue header at the top is missing (it's actually transparent). An update with a fix is coming in the next couple of days Apple always breaks something with their new releases. P.S.S.S. The app does not just use the regular Google Translator for the translations. I use Neural Machine Translations which is a software also being developed by Google, but it utilizes AI/machine learning to translate entire sentences, rather then word by word. This works much better for conversational/full sentence translations, and it's AI and machine learning driven so it constantly improves itself. Here's some more info on it --> https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Neural_machine_translation
  5. Are you a bacon fan or a non bacon fan? If yes... why? If not... why? If due to religion... why do you think your religion banned it? [RichWords] Who says we got time to diligently find people to speak Spanish with? And who said you can only exchange English to Spanish and vice-versa? Who said, who said. Let’s bend the rules a little and create a free for all chat room. Find friends, add prompts that I will then add to this post for everyone to view and respond to, as well as your USER ATTACHED so that everyone knows who wrote it. No more awkward beginnings with strangers, and just let it flow... Or wait a minute... LET IT GOOOOOOOOO! LET IT GOOOOOO! Frozen stand or Anti Frozen stand? When did you first watch frozen? What was the first Frozen branded item that you help in your hands... the DVD? A sticker? [RichWords] You can add a translation to your Spanish post, so that you and the others can understand what you posted. We all know you’re going to look back 3 seconds later and not know what the hell you just wrote or meant. Adding the translation or hints will help you learn Spanish and memorize things faster (I think... at least it should)
  6. We are a community wishing to spend our time talking about languages and learning new ones along our path. Founded by a group of people sharing a common passion, that is, the love for languages and linguistics, we shall be delighted to have you among us if this would be the case for you as well. The server is dedicated to discussions about linguistics, language learning in general, and even conlangs. We also have channels for discussions about history and culture, as language is much more than that; it has its own context. Our server also has a role system, so you won't be lost through every language's channel, you'll only see those which you need. We plan to have some events from time to time and try to grow as a community! We hope that you will enjoy your stay with us and that you'll learn a few things in our company! You can join here!
  7. Hey guys, we have a discord server for language enthusiasts where we have scheduled calls every week. It's a fun and vibrant community. if you're interested check it out here:https://discord.gg/MUhc3cg
  8. dear all my experience in learning English says that if we chat with someone in foreign language (say German in this case), the chances of learning that foreign language goes very high. one dont feel shy in speaking, one can take time in replying and also one can use translators wherever she or he faces issue. what do you think? If you agree please let me know so that we can connect via skype or any other suitable app to chat and learn foreign language. i want to learn german and if someone else want to teach deutch then it would be great.
  9. Hi everyone, We've recently launched a beta version of our Language learning web site. Check it out at: http://language.tech We're starting with those three main tools: SpeakUP (phrasebooks) LanguageParallels (parallel stories) LatteChat (Language learning chat). The site is in beta so we welcome any feedback. SpeakUP is also available on Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/developer?id=LanguageTech&hl=en and iOS: https://itunes.apple.com/us/developer/belvek-ltd./id1072684083 We're working on Android and iOS mobile apps for LatteChat and LanguageParallels. And... we're only getting started! One of our the coming products is called VocabSmasher and will make vocabulary learning fun! Lots of new features to the existing products and our flagship product are yet to be released. Also, we're constantly working on adding more language material (More SpeakUP languages, more LanguageParallels stories). Check our blog and social pages: http://blog.language.tech/ https://www.facebook.com/speakupphrasebooks/ If you have any feedback or just want to say Hi you can contact us at [email protected] Best, LanguageTech
  10. Looking for French Courses ? Come to Reunion Island, at DP LANGUES school of language ! What about having french courses in a tropical island, in the warm Indian Ocean ? You can choose to attend Group course or Private Course or a Combination of both of them. It's up to you ! After school you can discover the marvels of our amazing Reunion Island. Make new friends and enjoy our suggestion-of-activities planning ! You won't forget the taste of the reunionese dishes, the colorful culture, the magnificent intensity of the tropical, coastal, montaineous landscape ! We guarantee high quality courses : the group are up to 8 students max., and are conversation-oriented. The Private lessons face to face with a teacher are personalized and designed to improve where the student has difficulties. Most of our students are staying in one of our carefully selected host families : the best way to make the most of the language stay and intensify the french practice after school. If you want to discover what’s going on at our school at the moment, feel free to like and follow our Facebook page : Learn French on Reunion Island - DP LANGUES Reunion ! You can also have a look at our website dplangues.com. We have an Online French Test that can you do at any time ! Looking forward to hearing from you soon ! With tropical regards, DP Langues Team
  11. Hi. My name is Vladimir and I'm professional web developer. Some time ago I used to be an active member of SharedTalk - language exchange community which main feature were real-time chats. I believe that many of you either have heard about it or were the part of the community. Unfortunately, that great place was closed by owners lately, without any visible reasons. I tried to find good alternative but failed. Seems like there are no similar sites. I mean sites where you can haveinstant conversation with native speaker of language that you learn. Therefore one day I decided to create my own. I have all the skills and experience required for such complex project. I named it SharedLingo. Today you can check it out: http://sharedlingo.com SharedLingo is a "clone" of SharedTalk. Clone in a good meaning. It brings the same experience - choose someone from online members, send chat request and start talking right now. Or, join a public room for language that you want to practice. Please, take a look and let me know what you think about SharedLingo. There are no members yet (it's published just today), but I'd appreciate if you sign up and spread the word to other people who might be interested. Here is what I really want to hear from you: - Should I continue spending my time on that project? - Would you like to use it? - What could be improved? Thanks for reading. Hope you'll like SharedLingo.
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