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  1. Hello! My name is Eirini and i come from Greece. I speak Greek, French and English fluently. I offer online lessons at very low prices all over the world! If you want to learn Greek, drop me a message! Package lessons are offered at lower prices! Homework, material are offered for free to my students! My website is http://www.multilinguers.com. There you can find more languages you could learn! If you speak with me, i can arrange lower prices for the other languages as well!
  2. Let me introduces myself! My name’s Andrea Polverini, I’m Italian, I’m passionate about languages and I’m the founder of pa Language Services. My company offers English, Spanish and Italian online language courses and provides translation and subtitling services (English>Italian, Spanish>Italian). I’ve been for over 15 years an English and Italian language tutor. Thanks to my job, I had the opportunity to live in countries such as Venezuela, the UK and Spain, where I moved in 2004 and where I still reside. During all this time as a professional language teacher, I’ve been so lucky to teach students of all ages, levels and moved by different learning objectives. I couldn’t fail to observe how a good amount of those learners would eventually quit learning a language because they simply couldn’t fulfil their objectives. Some of them would actually label themselves as “bad at languages”. Well, to cut it short, I strongly believe that learning a language is just like acquiring any other skill in life. It’s a lengthy process, you need to be motivated and put a lot of work into it. But said that, I’m also convinced that we can all learn! As human beings, we’re all different and we learn in different ways. What we need to find out is what works for us. Besides that, we should set some achievable objectives for ourselves. Reaching them will boost our confidence and that’ll push us forward. Finally, we should all just focus on our learning trajectory. Never mind other learners. Even though some people might seem to be picking up a language quickly and effortlessly, that doesn’t mean that you’re not making any progress. Through pa Language Services my mission is to help those who think they can’t learn a language such as English, Spanish or Italian. Through video conferencing lessons, you’ll be able to receive tailored training, scheduled around your busy agenda and from the comfort of your home or office. So in case you believe that you’re not good at languages, that you don’t have enough time to devote to learning or that you reached a stage in life which makes it impossible, just get in touch with me and I’ll do my best to prove you wrong!
  3. What is Lingodeer? Many of you might be familiar with the app called "Duolingo." Lingodeer is very similar, but alongside the same style of gamified lessons that Duolingo provides: Lingodeer offers professionally made grammar notes on every single skill, features full native audio recordings on every word and sentence, has built in grammar review features, has a global leaderboard (And friends leaderboard) for competition, features video stories at the end of every skill, has built in pronunciation practice (Sentence shadowing capabilities), and features 10 languages to learn (with Italian on the way) taught in 13 languages. The app is available on iOS and Android. If anyone has any questions feel free to ask me (I run their online forums as volunteer work and have followed the app since it was released, I have also completed the first half of Japanese and Korean on the app).
  4. Hello everyone! I'm Loïc, native French speaker. I would like to improve my Spanish and Vietnamese (Facebook, Instagram, Whatsapp), either an exchange language or just talking to someone. Feel free to text if interested. See you!
  5. Spanish: "a veces lleva un vestido rojo" English: "sometimes she wears a red dress" Please can someone tell me which word in the Spanish phrase above is linked to the word 'she'. I am trying to teach myself Spanish via Memrise and YouTube videos, etc. so I can build up my knowledge before signing up to a classroom based course which are expensive in the UK. It is Memrise who provided "a veces lleva un vestido rojo" for me to learn, but the downside to Memrise is that they don't explain the phrases they want me to learn. So I cannot work out how a Spanish speaking person would know that the Spanish phrase refers to a female. It can't be simply because women wear dresses. I presume it's the word 'lleva' that is key. But then take this phrase: "a veces lleva un abrigo gris". Women and men wear coats so how do you know if it is a man or a woman they are referring to? If anyone can help I will return to give thanks and I will really appreciate it! :)
  6. Hi everyone, I am looking for feedback on a new course I am creating called The Language Hacker Blueprint. The course is designed to help you understand your mindset and emotions, overcome self-limiting beliefs around language learning, learn hacks & principles to accelerate your learning and be part of a group with native speakers of your target language. The languages are English, French, Spanish and Italian. You can join the free Facebook group The Happy Mindset - mindful language hackers if you want to find out more. If you want to set up a chat with me then send an email to denis@thehappymindset.com or you will find me in the above Facebook group. Thanks, Denis
  7. !Hola! Soy de Estados Unidos, hablo inglés y quiero un compañero que habla español nativo para practicar español. Soy estudiante universidad y estoy buscando por un amigo conversación. !Muchas Gracias! Lyn B.
  8. The catalogue at babooks.org is still limited, but the idea is great and the bilingual audiobooks are cheap (from $1.10). The prices are calculated according to the duration of the recording. The gift, a bilingual audiobook in English and Spanish, allows you to test the water and see if you like to learn easy.
  9. Hey there! I'm a 20-year-old English guy and I'd like to practice any of these languages: French (Intermediate) Italian (Intermediate) Spanish (Intermediate) Portuguese (Beginner) Irish (Beginner) Mandarin (Beginner) I find it useful doing a penpal thing through emails but I'd be up for other things like Skype etc. Let me know
  10. Hi there! In my previous post I introduced "Everyday Spanish! ", my blog about Spanish language and culture. This time I would like to introduce my other blog. It is called "Viviendo en Vietnam" or Living in Vietnam, in English. This blog is not just about my stay in Vietnam, but it also contains posts about language, culture, the way of thinking and living of its people, and the delicious food! And you can also use it to learn some Spanish, why not? I write weekly for this blog. Currently I am writing it in Spanish, and it is about some experiences that I have been having during my stay in Vietnam, and also some useful and "on-the-ground" information that may be useful for people who would like to come to Vietnam some day in the future. The website is http://viviendoenvietnam.blogspot.com . Again, most welcome to visit it! Thank you for reading and hope you have a great day ahead! See you soon!
  11. Let me know what you think! I am right here, helping you with your English any time you need! I can translate from French & Spanish to English, vice versa, so I will be using this tool to teach my readers. Enjoy my page!
  12. Sometimes I wonder about how poetic and beautiful a language can be. What I've known though is that romance languages usually take the first place because of their poetically meaningful and nice sounding words. My favorite words in spanish would be these: 1) Gallardía - gallantry - When someone is courteous and his/her acts show courage and in general, an elegant way of acting. No wonder why there is a luxury Italian car referenced as "Gallardo". 2) Efímero - ephemeral. This word does have an english equivalent, however, it seems to be even more poetic in Spanish because it's mostly used in literary works. 3) Ensueño - dream-like. It's used mainly as a very positive expression where you talk about something you dream of but is quite difficult to achieve. Nonetheless every time you dream about it, that thing is pleasurable an "ensueño". It's also used to describe something that is beautiful and is found in Spanish expressions such as "fiesta de ensueño, boda de ensueño, casa de ensueño" etc... 4) Fantasmagoria - phantasmagoria. This word does have a similar equivalent in English both in meaning and sound. In Spanish though the "F" and "go" sound much stronger and adds even more personality to it. 5) Algarroba - Carob - while the real thing looks and smells quite funny its sound makes this a unique word. It has this characteristic double "rr" sound that is so difficult for us english speakers to pronounce and adds up a little flair to it. If you happen to have more beautiful meaning or sounding Spanish words please add them! I guess any romance language word would be ok as well.
  13. Hola a todos! I just wanted a share a new podcast a friend of mine and I have created to help intermediate to advanced Spanish learners practice their listening skills (we're both spanish teachers on italki). Each episode is a conversation about a certain topic and lasts about 20 minutes. This is real Mexican Spanish at a normal native speaker speed so you can actually hear how natives speak in a casual conversation. Check it out here: https://itunes.apple.com/mx/podcast/no-hay-tos/id1360162037?mt=2 https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/espanol-real RSS Feed: https://feeds.buzzsprout.com/162248.rss Btw, any feedback is always welcome. Que tengan un buen día! You can also check out our new website for more resources about the language and Mexican culture: www.nohaytospodcast.com
  14. Hello I'm looking for someone who wants to practice english speaking with me, so I can help learn spanish. it might be via skype or whatsapp. Thanks in advance.
  15. I am a beginner student of English language I am looking for a friend who speaks English. I need to learn to speak fluent English I can teach you Spanish
  16. Hi, I'm Jose, if you want to help them with Spanish and in return they help me with English it would be great. We can talk about anything, art, cinema, sports, current affairs, etc.
  17. What accent is this? New Recording 5.m4a
  18. Preply.com is a global educational platform that pairs tutors with students who wish to gain/improve their knowledge. We currently offer over 40 different subjects of which more than 27 are language courses. Studies are available both locally and remotely and this allows for flexibility in schedule alongside accessibility to students in remote/rural areas. All you need to do is select the language you'll like to learn, go through the tutors' profiles, check their reviews and availability before you proceed with booking a lesson. You can start out by leaving messages for tutors and negotiating with a couple of them before making your final decision. In case you need help, there's a user friendly Preply live chat.
  19. I’ve been learning Spanish for the past couple years, at my own pace, as I’ve taken breaks for a couple months here and there which sets me back quite a bit. I’m feeling motivated to practice again. Are there any good online resources for intermediate learners? I’ve primarily been using Duolingo these past couple years, as well as my own books etc. Looking for more options online that are as effective as Duolingo if anyone has any ideas? Thanks
  20. Hi, everyone. I have attempted to learn Spanish a few years ago, but didn't take it seriously and, therefore, didn't get anywhere. Now we are looking for a property to buy in Northern Costa Blanca - the Jalon Valley to be precise - and I started an evening class back in September, plus I am using Duolingo and other online resources.
  21. So, what's Mextalki? We're a growing Youtube Channel aimed to increase your vocabulary set as well as your listening skills by providing videos of authentic conversations with subtitles in both English and Spanish as well as including for each video "key-vocabulary" that will help you understand much better what we're saying. We offer to your disposal 3 kind of videos: -Spanish in the world - conversations (featuring different accents of native-speaking countries) Example https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TOzNSWH7wpc -Lessons in context for beginners (vocabulary and expressions used in context) Example https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EzNTsunFQ0o -Conversation about any topic (here we provide an example of how people actually speak, each conversation has many useful words and expressions commonly used) Example https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=71dOOTJLwFQ If you have any suggestion or recommendation please let us know. We want you to have the best quality videos!
  22. Do you struggle with a lack of self-confidence when it comes to speaking a foreign language? When I first started learning French I had a lot of insecurities and feelings of self-consciousness that made it very difficult to speak. When I wanted to speak I would feel very uncomfortable and often I would stay silent. Gradually I started to become more comfortable with feeling uncomfortable which allowed me to grow as a person and in the language itself. I since went on to learn Spanish and Italian in a couple of months as I became more aware of my psychology and the language hacks I could start using from this new found freedom of mind. I am currently offering a 4 Week Course where I will help you to get out of your own way and begin to make progress in your foreign language from Week 1. I will also help you develop into the language learner you wish to be. Using my own experience, I will help you to ask better quality questions and to bring a sense of joy to your learning journey once again. Looking forward to hearing from you! Denis
  23. Hi, I´m looking for a Russian buddy to start a exchange for Spanish. I´m from Colombia, South America, and I want to learn Russian with no real centric purpose, and just because I like it. Just to read/write Russian it´s ok for me. I´m Male, 56, System Engineer, Working with software Development, and currently Studying Biology. I self-study some other science stuff, but learning another language requieres a native person. I´m preferring a female buddy because her sense of persistence and empathy, but a male buddy it´s ok. We can use english as a tool for communication. thank you,
  24. Hello! I'm Deniz, 17 years old with a not-so great memory. I do have the motivation for learning another language, but not really the time as I am taking college and high school classes. I was thinking thirty minutes a day for seven days a week sounds like a plan. That's 168 hours per year; 3 hours 30 minutes / per week. If I were diligent, the numbers would be higher. Do you think 30 minutes is impractical? I don't have to be fluent in the third language, but I would like to be proficient. I speak fluent English as it is my native tongue and I know a good chunk of Turkish, though I should seek improvement. It is my second language; my parents speak fluent Turkish. I live in USA, Texas. Majority of the people in my school are Spanish-speaking. If I were to learn Mexican-Spanish, it would benefit me as most hiring jobs pick the person that knows both Spanish and English over the person that knows only English. It is also the 2nd most spoken language. I will be taking college Spanish 1 and 2 during the summer as it is a requirement for my Associate's degree. I'm not at all interested in the language itself, even though I have many close friends who speak Spanish. I rather learn any other language, but I do realize the benefits of Spanish. However, I'm a sucker for Korean dramas as I have watched at least 220+ Korean dramas (consisting of 16-120 episodes that are an hour each). I have picked up a few Korean phrases, but I'm no where near a beginner level of the Korean language. I adore the language and I would love to learn Korean, especially since I plan to visit Seoul once I am in my 20's. Another thing is that my father speaks Persian (Farsi). It is his native tongue, however he only speaks English and Turkish around the house. If I were to ask him to practice Persian with me, I know he would be willing to. Though, he does not know how to read or write the language because he forgot over time. All of my dad's side speaks Persian, so I would be able to get closer to them. I am interested in learning either Korean, Persian (Farsi) or Mexican-Spanish. Based off the languages I already know and the background knowledge you know of me, which language do you think would be easier for me to learn? Or the best, in your opinion and why.
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