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  1. Looking for a language exchange partner? Want to make friends all over the world? Recently our new site https://sharelingual.com/en/ launched, and we are looking for users who are interested in language exchange. Currently, you can open up an account and connect with other users from all around the world for free. Whatever language you're interested in learning, you can find a great partner. So, if you're currently studying a language or would like to make global friends, we hope you check out sharelingual.com! Look forward to seeing you there!
  2. Hi everyone! I have been studying Spanish off and on now for about 10 years throughout middle/high school and now in college. It wasn't until I began doing language exchanges as an assignment for my college Spanish class that my conversational skills really began to improve. Currently, I am looking for a research topic for my Masters in Computer Science, and I would like to know whether anyone has used chatbots before to practice their language skills. I believe at least Mondly, Duolingo, and Memrise have made chatbots available for this purpose. In my opinion, chatbots have a lot of potential to help language learners develop their conversational skills to the point where they are comfortable enough to participate in language exchanges with native speakers. Especially for those just beginning to learn a language, chatbots might provide the opportunity to practice putting vocabulary and grammar into a conversational setting without the added pressure or expense of taking part in language exchanges or hiring a tutor. I would be interested to hear about your experiences using similar chatbots. What do you like/dislike about them? What would make interacting with them more interesting and engaging? Do you see chatbots as a potential resource for language learners? I realize that many of the chatbots available now are quite limited, but I am interested in learning what features, if any, would make a chatbot a useful tool for the language learning community. Best, bzylich
  3. Just wanted to share an app I designed and built by myself called Unbordered. I would be grateful for any feedback. It's available for both iOS and Android for free. iOS: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/unbordered-foreign-friend-chat/id1290410978 Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.unbordered
  4. Hey guys, I wanted to share this great directory of free language learning resources. The site is specific to Spanish, but many of the apps and resources are available in all languages. Hope this helps! www.learningspanishforfree.net
  5. Hi all! I would like to introduce a new language exchange/tuition app that is going into beta testing on 21st August 2017. chami is a new app that aims to transform the way people connect to teach and learn languages. It uses geofencing to pair individual learners with suitable tutors via a mobile application. OFFLINE SESSIONS Unlike many other language apps that provide online lessons only, chami is all about meeting in real life. Have your lessons in real places like cafes, museums, or even on the London Eye! The power is in your hands. PAY BY THE MINUTE (Pay as you learn) The best thing about chami is that you are only charged for the actual minutes you spend with the tutor. So if the tutor doesn't live up to his/her promise, simply end the lesson and walk away! SWITCH BETWEEN TEACHING AND LEARNING If you want to teach a language, log in as a tutor, and if you feel like learning a new language tap the switch button and log in as a learner! LANGUAGE EXCHANGE Free language exchange option is also available. Swipe, choose and meet up with like minded people within your locality and just have fun. chami is absolutely free to download and use, we are looking for as many people as possible to test the app! . Please check it out on http://www.chamiapps.co.uk https://www.facebook.com/chamiappsLTD/
  6. Hello! I'm a new member to this site! I am currently a college student in the Philippines. I am a KPop fan (of only a few groups, actually), and ever since I became one I have always wanted to learn Korean language! So... here I am! I am really, really happy to meet new people that can help me reach my goal and actually be my friend even! We can help each other - I can teach you English and Tagalog, if you're interested! Feel free to contact me! Have a nice day!
  7. Hello everyone, I have spent over 5 years learning languages. I am Chinese and now I have C1 level French and I just started learning German three months ago. The biggest difficulty I encountered is I can't speak the language even I know the grammar very well. It really helps me when I can talk to native speakers but they are not always available to teach me. Or sometimes the topic I have to talk with them, I can't express my ideas because of cultural or social differences. Then I was looking for a solution and I found this great idea called Language Exchange. It means, find someone who is learning my own mother language, instead this person speaks the language that I am trying to learn. It is a mutual-aid and with similar motivation we will be able to keep making progress. So I will send you this article about Language Conversation Exchange and hope you can let this method help you learn faster. Here is the link: Conversation Exchange: The Ultimate Guide It is a very good method and helps me to improve my language expressive ability very fast. Btw, I found some other people with the same problems as I do so we have spent a lot of time on doing this website and App to help connect people love languages.We launched our beta version already and Android/ iOS version will be launch in coming weeks. Hence I hope you will take a look at what we are doing, https://bilingua.io/ Trust me this is a great platform for you. I hope you will enjoy it as I do Luna
  8. Hello, Being myself a passionate language learner, I have created an app for those who are in need of practice. Our team strongly believes that speaking is the key to learn a language, I know it from my own experience as I have moved abroad and mastered French within less than a year. We have just finished the first version of Lingtwins.com - an app that puts in touch native speakers around the world to practice languages together. The platform has also a couple of handy perks that help you during language acquisition process - a built in translator, vocab book and personal learning statistics. This web platform is entirely free, and currently is available to learn English, French, Italian, German, Spanish, Russian and Ukrainian. You can check out our explanation video here: Follow us on Facebook here: www.facebook.com/lingtwins Let me know what you think! You can email me any thoughts or suggestions at lena@lingtwins.com Best, Lena
  9. Hi everyone, I created a new language exchange website, which you can use to find language exchange partners, pen pals or friends in your area or from around the world. Of course its free to use for everyone and I am happy about every new member. I wanted to share it here and hope you can find good use for it, to improve whatever language you are learning. Have a nice day and the website can be found at: http://www.lingopat.com
  10. 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.
  11. Hello, I'm a native English speaker from Los Angeles, Ca. I have taken some basic german classes in college but my skills have begun to atrophy due to not having anyone to converse with. Thus, I'm searching for a language exchange partner. I would also be interested in learning Norwegian as well, being a strong part of my heritage (my bestemor never taught me :/ )
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