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Finding langauge partners and having a successful exchange
App and website suggestions and tips on how to get the most out of your foreign language exchange! Apps mentioned: HiNative Hello Talk Kakao Talk (Open Chat) Websites mentioned: Interpals Penpalworld MyLanguageExchange italki More language videos: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLRCVN94KILKWHui4QMe1OD5aKWHzPWDBT -------- ♡ FOLLOW ME → 💕Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lindiebotes/ → 🌸Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/lindiebotesvideos → 💻Website & blog http://lindiebotes.com/ → ✏️Tumblr: http://rinkodesu.tumblr.com/ → 🐦Twitter: https://twitter.com/lindiebee -------- ♡ RESOURCES & LINKS → ⭐Custom merchandise http://society6.com/lindiebotes → 📐Design portfolio http://behance.net/lindiebee → ✏️Design blog http://lindiebotes.tumblr.com → 📔100 Most Common Afrikaans words free eBook https://payhip.com/b/uev8 → 🎵Spotify https://open.spotify.com/user/31eptmd6b4ah3o6xujyks2qirve4?si=FNs-87yESombGGrvIuqjcQ -------- ♡ DISCOUNTS → 🇨🇳Learn Chinese in China! Use my discount code "LindieBotes" to get a 200 RMB discount on tuition! https://www.omeidachinese.com/?utm_source=Lindie-Botes -------- ♡ SUPPORT ME → ✏️ Contribute subtitles: http://www.youtube.com/timedtext_cs_panel?c=UCjVwBKqRh8ckPWhfD5UDKcg&tab=2 → ☕ Buy me a coffee on Ko-Fi: http://ko-fi.com/lindiebotes -------- ♡ PLAYLISTS → Languages https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLRCVN94KILKWHui4QMe1OD5aKWHzPWDBT → Polyglot Princesses series https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qauXgCg69OU&list=PLRCVN94KILKXrv7LKZoGIyxWFbLrulRY9 → Korean https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLRCVN94KILKXHdOjseNLtTTDbkmbO-h5_ → Japanese https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLRCVN94KILKW2qLbuXPEoShnmJDkAZNfa → Study & Plan With Me https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLRCVN94KILKVHR0--xbSKhrGxgz_3FDJm → Learn Afrikaans on my second channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCIedNl4r7Hd8SnXiEjXMbKg -------- ♡ ABOUT ME Hi! I'm Lindie. I was born in South Africa and raised in the Middle East and Asia. I work as a graphic designer and tutor foreign languages on the side. Here you'll find language learning tips, my experience learning certain languages, and some vlogs. I hope to share my passion for languages with you in a way that inspires you to keep going and reach your goals! I'm also a follower of Jesus and strive to shine His light and give credit to Him in all I do. As much as I love reading your comments and messages on social media, sometimes I cannot reply to them all. Please be patient in waiting for a response but do know I read everything! PR: Please use the email link in my about page to contact me about sponsorships, reviews, collaborations or promotions.
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The best way to learn languages | Conversation Exchange
Hi guys! Here's the best language website available online for free! Go check it out!!!! Here's the link: http://www.conversationexchange.com/ Video Editor: WeVideo.com
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OUINO™ Language Tips: Using Online Language Exchange to Practice Your Speaking Skills
If you don't have access to native speakers in your area, one of the best ways to practice your speaking skills is to connect with speakers from all over the world on the internet. Having online conversations is a fantastic way to improve your skills and it's accessible to anyone with a reliable internet connection. As you speak to people across the globe, you will learn a lot about their culture and talk about things that you normally wouldn't with local people. For example, if you live in northern areas of the world, you may be fed up with all the snow you have to shovel out of your entry way and your pride may still hurt from that time you fell on the ice with your grocery bags, but these things could be fascinating for people who've never seen snow in their entire lives. Cold certainly doesn't have the same meaning for someone who lives close to the equator and someone who lives closer to Santa Claus. All these differences are fascinating and can spark great conversations. There are basically two main categories of websites to practice your speaking skills online; language exchange and personal teachers. Both options are great and have their pros and cons. In this post, we will talk about using language exchange websites to improve your speaking skills. In previous posts, we briefly mentioned language exchange as a great way to learn languages. A quick Google search will give you several websites to choose from. One of the best things you can do is to find friends and also add them to a social network you both use often. After that, you can easily arrange video chat sessions whenever both of you have some free time. Truly becoming friends with them is ideal, you can learn each other's language and you can grow together. You should aim to improve the depth of the conversation every time. It's nice to find people who are at an equivalent skill level; this creates the best mutual exchange possible. Starting from scratch with someone new every time can also work, but it's often more enjoyable and convenient to stay in touch with the people you connect with. Every time you find a new conversation partner, it's also an opportunity of making a new friend. Just keep in mind that you need to understand their skill level, know the way they like to learn, and get comfortable with this new person. Once you have great friends on your favorite social network, you can have many conversations a week with people you find interesting. There are two main advantages to language exchange compared to personal teachers. First, most of them are completely free, and you can easily relate to the other person because they are in a similar situation. They are learning, and willing to help you. The mutual benefit is great, and helping someone else increases your confidence. You're an expert in your own language, and they are experts in their native tongue. Together, you can both become experts in your mutual languages. Now, you might wonder: “But if we don't speak the same language, how can we have conversations together?”. Well, there are a few ways to go about it. In language exchange, you can decide to speak your new language, and they can reply in English. This is a valid option and it will get you the most spoken practice for your time, but it can be difficult for your mind to really switch to your target language. When someone speaks English to you, your instinct will be to reply in English. Try to avoid this. Remember the purpose of the exercise and do your best to only speak in your new language. If you are able to have good conversations by listening in one language and speaking in another, go for it. The second option is to take turns; you can alternate the language of the sessions, or split the time in half. Both of you could speak English for a certain amount of time, and you can both switch to your new language the next time you speak together. This gives you the opportunity to practice listening at the same time and really lets your mind switch to the other language. Obviously, this has the downside of spending only half the time practicing your target language, but it can be gratifying to help someone else. There are no hard-and-fast rules for language exchange to work, but try to avoid each speaking your own language. This is not very effective to practice your speaking skills. Sure, it'll practice your listening skills, but there are a lot of easier and more convenient methods to train your ear to the language. Get as much spoken practice in your new language as you can get from each conversation. If you are not interested in exchanging time with someone and prefer to pay for the other person's time, there are also countless personal teachers available on the web. We will talk about this in detail in the next post.
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Speaky Language Exchange App Review: The Best Language Learning Community?
Check out my full Speaky review here: https://languagesareeasy.com/speaky-language-exchange-app-review Based on my experiences and knowledge, one the fastest way to learn language is by speaking with other people. In this Speaky Language Exchange App Review I am going to show how you can connect in 1 minute with tens thousands of language learners from all around the world. Some people say that Speaky is The Best Language Learning Community in the world. Well, that can be true but you can define yourself after trying this. Other great language exchange communities are, for example, Italki, Verbling and Hellotalk. Have you used any of these websites/apps? If you have any questions, leave them below and I'm more than happy to help you out! -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- CONNECT WITH ME ON SOCIAL MEDIA! Wealthy Affiliate: https://youronlinerevenue.com/GetStarted Twitter: https://twitter.com/RoopeKiuttu Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/makeonlinerevenue AND personal profile https://www.facebook.com/RoopeKiuttu Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kiutturoope/ -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Visit My Websites: Make Money Online: https://youronlinerevenue.com Lanugage Learning: https://languagesareeasy.com Positive Thinking: https://yourpositivepower.com/
How to Do a Language Exchange
Things to Remember: 1. Understand your language level. 2. Understand your partner's language level. 3. PREPARE! 4. Be respectful of your partner's time. 5. Focus on communication, not perfection.
Views: 32998 Amy Hubbard
Language Exchange Website in Montreal TV News   2004
My Language Exchange on CTV (CHCH TV) Montreal evening news by Debra Arbec. Features interview with site co-founder Dan Yuen and local site user who was using the site to improve his English.
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Useful Language Learning Techniques - Conversation Exchange
Visit https://www.LingQ.com My Blog: http://blog.thelinguist.com/ My Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/lingosteve My Twitter: https://twitter.com/lingosteve Follow the new LingQ channel: https://goo.gl/WVnzRS Follow "Steve's Cafe" Channel: http://www.youtube.com/c/SteveKaufmann Transcript: Hi there, Steve Kaufmann. Today I want to talk about conversation exchanges and language exchanges via the internet. It’s something available to us today that wasn’t available when I started learning languages. It’s amazing. By the way, do you like my Japanese T-shirt? We had a team of Old Timer Hockey players from Japan visit with us and we all got a nice T-shirt. When I think back 50 years ago when I was studying Chinese the idea that I could just get online and talk to someone through some magic computer, I mean can you imagine? Fifty years ago it was just inconceivable that you could do this and nowadays there are a number of sites which offer the opportunity to connect with teachers. Some are free; in other words, just a pure language exchange or conversation exchange. Some of them you hire a teacher or someone to speak to. I can only talk about my experience which is limited to italki, which I have found to be very good. We have a similar function at LingQ, but we don’t have as many tutors as italki. In many ways, I don’t think we do it as well. Some parts of it I think we do better, but when I can find a tutor at LingQ I use a tutor at LingQ otherwise I’ll go to italki. The idea that you can connect with people anywhere in the world who speak the language that you’re speaking, wow! Some words of caution. Personally, and I’ve said this before, until I have a certain level in the language I don’t enjoy the language exchange or conversation exchange because I want to make sure what the person is saying. That’s absolutely number one. Even if I can’t express myself well, I want to understand what the other person is saying and (B) I want to be able to say something in the language because it actually is quite stressful. Even when we’re speaking well, it’s a more stressful way to communicate with someone than sitting with them across a table. It is more stressful. I find that it’s a little bit more exhausting. I should say I have been speaking now. I’ve started speaking with a Ukrainian tutor twice a week and I still have my Russian tutor that I speak to and at the end of an hour I’m kind of exhausted. Now, in order to speak for an hour you have to be at a certain level. Very often, I’ll start at 15 minutes or half an hour and then as I progress I’ll get up to an hour. As I say, it is a little bit stressful, but it’s certainly something to do. Even though I’m a proponent of input-based learning and I’ve spent most of my time and I still do. For example, with my Ukrainian I speak two hours a week, but I’m constantly reading. I’m reading now on Ukrainian history, listening to Ukrainian history, listening to Hora Más Que radio. So input is king, but the output is necessary and these conversation exchange and language exchange sites like italki and what we have at LingQ are a very good way of getting that output experience. As an example of how that works, I’m going to follow this up with a video where I spoke to someone from Russia who commented on one of my YouTube videos that he’s learning Japanese and could we talk a bit about learning Japanese. So what follows here is a separate video. It’s quite long because it’s very difficult to keep these things short, but we speak in three languages, English, Russian and Japanese and we talk, mostly, about learning Japanese. The first 12-13 minutes are in English, then another seven-eight or however many minutes in Russian and we end up in Japanese. What is very interesting in this video, if you have the patience to follow it, is I’ve been speaking Ukrainian and mostly listening to Ukrainian, then I had an hour of Russian with my Russian tutor, this then was followed by speaking to this Denny in Moscow and even though my Japanese is stronger than my Russian I couldn’t get my brain out of Russian. I really struggled to switch over to Japanese and it’s the first time I’ve had that difficulty. Normally, I can move quite easily. Maybe it’s because I’d just had that hour of Russian beforehand and because I find the language exchange via Skype on the computer is a little more stressful than just a casual conversation. I will be interested in hearing from you, bye for now.
How To Use Language Exchange Websites Effectively - Random English
Have you used websites like Interpals and others but without success? Or are you just beginning and wondering, how to use language exchange sites to find speaking partners? Watch the video for some useful advice on the topic. Language exchange webites: http://www.interpals.net/index.php http://www.mylanguageexchange.com/ www.hellotalk.com http://www.conversationexchange.com/ http://tongueout.net/
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تعلم اللغة الانجليزية - فيديو 17 - مواقع التبادل اللغوي - Language exchange websites
أنا إيمان هلال .. مدرسة إنجليزي منذ سنين.. و ده الفيديو 17 من سلسلة فيديوهات لتعليم اللغة الانجليزية و موضوعه مواقع التبادل اللغوي- Language exchange websites كيف تبحث عن شخص تتدرب معه على مهارة التحدث؟ الإجابة بالفيديو ملحوظة: اعذروني لو كان هناك بعض الأخطاء في انسجام الصوت مع الصورة و ذلك لاختلاف وقت تسجيل الصوت عن وقت تسجيل الفيديو ، فبعض الاسماء اختفت من المواقع .. و لكن المحتوى الأساسي لم يتأثر اشترك معانا في القناة علشان توصلك الفيديوهات أول ما تنزل على يوتيوب باذن الله للتواصل و لحجز الكورسات الخاصة اونلاين: اتصل ب +201283627249 [email protected] انضم لصفتنا علي الفيسبوك https://www.facebook.com/EnglishwithEman المواقع المذكورة بالفيديو http://en.coeffee.com/ http://www.lingoglobe.com/ https://www.gospeaky.com/ http://www.easylanguageexchange.com/ Credits Ms. PowerPoint Image courtesies from www.freedigitaliphotos.net ddpavumba - Stuart Miles - Boians Cho Joo Young ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Music credits “Fig Leaf Times Two" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ تعلم الانجليزية أونلاين دراسة اللغة الانجليزية الانجليزية للمبندئبن تعلم الانجليزية من المنزل فيديوهات تعليم اللغة الانجليزية دورة لغة انجليزية كورس انجليزي
Language Exchange Partners & Output
Visit https://www.LingQ.com My Blog: http://blog.thelinguist.com/ My Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/lingosteve My Twitter: https://twitter.com/lingosteve Follow "Steve's Cafe" Channel: http://www.youtube.com/c/SteveKaufmann Record yourself in your target language and share it with native speakers. Transcript: Output and Language Learning Hi there, Steve Kaufmann. Today I want to talk about getting to output. Now, obviously, you know that I’m a believer in input, developing comprehension, developing vocabulary, specifically passive vocabulary, at least initially, but eventually you want to speak well. Well, eventually to speak well, you have to speak a lot. Read the rest of the transcript here: http://blog.thelinguist.com/output-when-you-cant-wait-to-talk
Where to find language exchange partners and teachers online
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You NEED A Language Exchange Partner
You NEED a Language Exchange Partner if you really want to learn Korean... Plain and simple. Now a language exchange can be a friend but the difference I think is that with a friend, you are simply building a relationship and having fun together. With an exchange partner, you are building a relationship and having fun, yet the primary foundation of your relationship is helping each other improve in the language of study. Often people will say that I speak Korean well because my wife speaks Korean and, although it certainly helps, MOST of my Korean speaking has been with language exchange partners and other friends who are mutually interested in language learning. If you are confused about how to find one or unsure of what to do with a korean language exchange partner, you can ask me or check out this video in which I discuss how to utilize a language exchange partner: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cXWBWx40gcU If you wanna chat on instagram, I post useful stuff related to learning Korean on there. http://www.instagram.com/motivatekorean 그리고 한국어 공부랑 관련된 것도 on twitter at http://www.twitter.com/motivatekorean Thanks as always. I appreciate you all.
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What to Talk About With Language Exchange Partners
Many of us that learn languages do language exchanges online. It can be a rewarding and fun experience and we get connect with someone new. However, many people have trouble thinking of what to talk about, which can lead to dreaded awkward pauses. In this video, you can learn my tips for talking to language exchange partners! If the person you are speaking with is not very talkative, it can be difficult to have a conversation, but I hope these tips help make things easier! Subscribe for more language tips: https://www.youtube.com/user/PassionforDreaming?sub_confirmation=1 Follow me for more language tips! MY BLOG: https://passionfordreaming.wordpress.com/ TWITTER: https://twitter.com/PassionforLang
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The Easiest Place to Find Language Exchange Partners Online! | Nathan Heightz
Subscribe for more videos daily!!!! Download my free Ebook "The Language Learner's Success Chart" here: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B5reA6W-SLBsYWt3ajdjeUVaV3c/view?usp=sharing _____________________________________________________________________ Social Media: Instagram: Instagram.com/NathanHeightz --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Channel Description: Welcome! “Nathan Heightz” is a Youtube channel focused on learning foreign languages, veganism and self-improvement. If you are interested in any of these things this may be the channel for you. Hit that subscribe button and follow as I give some useful tips on things I have discovered through my language learning journey. _____________________________________________________________________ Channel description: Language Learning, Language Acquisition, Acquisition, Language Progress, Linguistics, Learning Spanish, Learning Tagalog, Vegan, Veganism, Plant Based Diet, Animal Liberation, Polyglot, Polyglotism, Polyglautism, Nathan Heightz, Healthy, Cruelty Free, Plant Powered, Language Learning Resources, Language Secrets, Hyperpolyglot, Inspiration, Tedx, Tattoo removal, Tattoo Body Suit, Hand Poked, Tattoo Apprentice, Tattoo Shop, Salabration, Home Tattoo Removal
Views: 492 Nathan Heightz
My language exchange| language exchange websites
http://lang4.info/le Language exchange is one of the best ways to learn any language in the world , this website allows you to connect with people who are already interested to language exchange with you and share the knowledge either meet them face to face or by Skype or any video program , or you may like to find an online 1 to 1 online teacher for personal language lessons Both ways you can learn with like minded people click here and register now http://lang4.info/le
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How to find a language exchange partner
How to find a language exchange partner
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The Language Exchange (part 1)
Lacy Campbell (actor / writer) and Brenda Arellano tell the story of the long-distance friendship Lacy formed via a language exchange Web site, where she signed up to practice her Spanish. Performed at The Paper Machete, Chicago, 4/17/10. Video by Ali Weiss. Part 2 here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LjqBI2Lc0SI http://thepapermachete.wordpress.com
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Translation Exchange - Squarespace Integration
In this tutorial we show you how you can translate your Squarespace site to any number of languages using the Translation Exchange platform. Please click on the time links below to quickly go to the chapter you want to view. Squarespace Integration (Create Project) 0:19 Code Integration 1:14 Adding Language Selector 1:43 Main Navigation 2:48 Verification 3:24 Translation Mode 3:54 To learn more about Translation Exchange, please visit: http://translationexchange.com To read Squarespace Integration documentation, please visit: http://docs.translationexchange.com/integrations-squarespace/
Language Exchange Partners & Tutors (For Max Progress) With Polyglot Gabriel Silva
Polyglot Gabriel Silva talks about what to look for in a language exchange partner and what to work on with them (as well as with language tutors) for maximum progress. Visit the blog at: http://www.fluentasap.com
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Language exchange tips
I'm back with another 공부 Vlog! This one is aimed at those of you out there who are on the hunt for an exchange partner. Connect with me on my facebook page! http://on.fb.me/14yAYYX Previous video: Teaching in korea | deskwarming http://bit.ly/1netYK1 http://instagram.com/anesjournal twitter: https://twitter.com/AneUxo
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Language Exchange SNS Lang-8 Introduction
http://lang-8.com Lang-8 is a social networking site for language exchange and international communication. At Lang-8, you can write in the language you are learning, have them corrected by users whose native language is the one you are studying, and then help other people that are learning your native language. Lang-8 makes language learning fun thanks to the social aspect! Make friends and learn about their lives while learning and practicing a new language. Lang-8 makes it easy to learn, and you'll always want to come back to practice!
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LEEVE : Language exchange with native speakers
LEEVE connects you with international people nearby! Join now the Leevers community to practice languages for FREE! Practice, learn and meet Japanese, French, Spanish, Germans, Chinese, Vietnamese, Portuguese, Arabic, Polish, Italians, Russians, Koreans... nearby! * Meet the people who speak your selected languages nearby. * Practice a foreign language. * Travel for free by meeting international people! * Talk about cultures, languages, travels. * No unlike chat, you only chat with the people you want to chat with! * The goal is to meet the native speakers in real life. Suivez nous sur Facebook : @Leeveapp Instagram : @Leeveapp Twitter : @Leevelanguage LinkedIn : LEEVE
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Language Exchange Community Website www.lingua2.eu
Check the whole project here: http://www.lingua2.net Language Exchange community project www.lingua2.eu that we had to leave after 4 years due to financial reasons. With your small contribution to this crowdfunding project we will be able to continue and create the biggest community in the world free for everybody. HELP us to promote this project, by posting that link in your Facebook wall or other social networks. This video has been made by members of AEGEE-Valletta! Campaign leaders: Tatevik Chrikyan (Татевик Чрикян), Chris Frendo, Alan Cini and Luke Pace.
Views: 627 www.lingua2.net
Conversation Exchange - Intercambio de Idiomas - Ligua2 TUTORIAL:  Best language exchange site!
Conversation Exchange - Intercambio de Conversación TUTORIAL Find friends to practice languages in your city - make a language exchange Encuentra a amigos para practicar lenguas en tu ciudad - consigue tu intercambio de idiomas www.lingua2.eu www.lingua2.net
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Find a partner for Language Exchange right here! Найди партнёра для языкового обмена!
If you want to find language exchange partner, leave your message under this video \ Если ты хочешь найти партнёра для языкового обмена, оставь своё сообщение под этим видео: Имя / Name: Страна / Country: Изучаемый язык / Language, that you learn: Родной язык / Mother tongue: Контактная информация / Contacts: ___________________________________ RUSSIAN SKYPE LESSONS - http://www.ru-land.club/price Email: [email protected] ___________________________________ Playlist "What's the difference: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLF31Jihq7vorNx2K1LrDFq9mEQ5R8t2wi Playlist "Russian pronunciation": https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLF31Jihq7voo7XrChdyusNkBkDTDfFxYd ___________________________________ Subscribe our channel to study Russian easily and funny: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQg2AzkYEueS5giD84wxLdg Welcome to our website: http://www.ru-land.club/ Our Russian language teachers: http://www.ru-land.club/teachers Read our Articles: http://www.ru-land.club/blogs
Views: 3379 RU-LAND CLUB
How to do a Language Exchange | HELPFUL TIPS
In this video, I will give you the best 4 tips you need to know, if you are considering "language exchange." Thumbs up this video, if you found my tips helpful ;) CONNECT WITH ME: http://www.facebook.com/AmbieGonzalezTV IG & Snapchat @ambiegonzalez Hola, my name is Amber Gonzalez I am a mother of twins, female linguist, Spanish interpreter and youtuber. I upload videos every Sunday in Spanish, English or Portuguese. And sometimes Korean. Thanks for watching! SUBSCRIBE TO MY CHANNEL!!! ^_^ ❤LISTEN TO MY LANGUAGE LEARNING AUDIOBOOK ON THE GO! http://www.audible.com/pd/Language-Instruction/Ambies-Language-Learning-to-Fluency-Audiobook/B01MFCSHBK/ref=a_search_c4_1_1_srTtl?qid=1478184066&sr=1-1 (THANKS EVERYONE FOR YOUR SUPPORT) For Spanish tutoring with me via SKYPE, sign up on my website: http://www.ambiegonzalez.com Business ONLY: [email protected] Questions or Video request? leave comments below!
Views: 5235 Siempre Ambie TV
Do You Need an English Speaking Partner? Here's How to Find One!
You're watching this video because you need an English speaking partner. You need someone that you can have real English conversations with so that you can practice your spoken English. For some English learners this can be one of the hardest parts of their English learning journey. But, it may be easier than you think! In this video I'll go over 6 ideas that you can use to find an English speaking partner. Some are a bit obvious, some cost a bit of money, and some are kind of cool! I hope that this English video lesson helps you find an English speaking partner! Have a great day! ⌛ Remember: Always watch the video three times. Twice today with English subtitles on, and once tomorrow with the English subtitles off. This will reinforce the English you have learned! -- ✅SEND ME A POSTCARD: Bob the Canadian P.O. Box 419 Smithville, Ontario Canada L0R2A0 -- FOLLOW ME: ✅ Join me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/engbobthecanadian/ -- ✅ TRANSCRIPT: So the number one question that I get from English learners is, "How do I find someone that I can speak English with?" How do I find someone in my local town or my local city who would be willing to help me learn English by having speaking practice sessions or lessons regularly. So in this video I'm going to show you six ways that you can find someone that you can speak English with so that you get that speaking practice in. So you've probably already spent time reading in English, writing in English, listening to English, and learning lots of vocabulary. But speaking with a native English speaker is one of the most challenging things to do as you continue to learn English. So in this video I'm gonna show you six things that you can do to find native English speakers that you can talk to. I should say though, one of the examples doesn't involve a native speaker, but you'll see when we get there. Let's get started. So one of the first things you can do is you can try to find a language club in your city. Most large cities have language clubs where people go to learn English as well as other languages. So a great place to start with this is a website called meetup.com. And we'll have a look at meetup.com and we'll use this website to say that we live in Paris and that we are looking for an English conversation club. When you do this it should give you some things that you can click on. So here we see café conversation English language conversation group. So meetup is a great place, you can specify the city that you are from, so let's say you are in Toronto. Maybe you're already in Canada. And you could say that you want an English conversation club and you can see here again all different options for you to be able to go to a club and practice your English with other people. A second way to find someone to practice English with is to find someone to be your penpal. This is an older English word that means someone who you can write letters to. But you can also find a penpal who is willing to have conversations with you via Skype or Facetime. We're going to use a webpage called, "mylanguageexchange.com" So I'm just gonna go over to the computer here and I'm gonna search up my language exchange on Google and when we get to mylanguage, language exchange, we're gonna go down to where it says your language exchange partner. So you're describing the person you want to meet. I would say their native language is English, and let's pretend I'm a French speaker learning English. I would say that their practicing language is French. Then I would click search and you'll see that a number of people come up who say, "Hello I'm interested in exchanging with people on a regular basis on regular topics." So this is someone whose native language is English, but who is practicing French. So another way to find an English speaking partner is to use a website called preply.com. So we’re going to have a look at preply.com. I used preply when I was learning French or improving my French, but preply.com is a website where you will have to spend some money, but you can go and find people who are willing to teach you English via Skype or via Facetime. So if I went to the website I could say I wanna learn the English language. I wanna learn English to talk about hobbies, and I want to learn it for myself, and then I’m going to say that I speak French, I’m just gonna pretend that I speak French so here this will give us an option of how much we’re willing to pay per hour, and we’ll just say show search results, we’re not going to specify what days of the week, but you’ll see here that we right away have English tutors available who are charging as little as $4 an hour. #englishsubtitles #learnenglish #bobthecanadian **Note: All images used under: CC0 License ✓ Free for personal and commercial use ✓ No attribution required From pexels.com or pixabay.com
HiNative: Global Q&A Language Exchange App Review!
안녕하세용~! Download and check out HiNative for yourself!! Android: https://goo.gl/T8EVLe iOS: https://goo.gl/Eb05vr Web: https://hinative.com Premium: https://hinative.com/premium This week I decided to review a very useful app, which can help you get comfortable with not only Korean but many other languages! This app is called HiNative and it is a global Q&A language exchange service available in over 120 languages! Overall I was very satisfied with this app and I'm quite certain I'll be using it in the future when it comes to deciphering slang words or obscure phrases. *Apparently the ticket feature is only available for those who purchase the premium version. Just found that out :) P. S. Sorry for not uploading a cover this Monday! Those of you who watch Eurovision, please anticipate a few Eurovision covers coming your way in the upcoming weeks. I’ve been listening to some of my favourite Eurovision songs and I didn’t manage to learn them in time for this Monday, sowwy ^^ This is a sponsored video, but all opinions and thoughts are 100% my own :) Facebook: http://goo.gl/hAA5aD Twitter: http://twitter.com/Mangorrita Instagram: http://instagram.com/mangorrrita SoundCloud: http://soundcloud.com/mangorrrita Tumblr: http://goo.gl/LfyXT7
Views: 36150 엠쌤Margarita
Language Exchange Program
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Language Exchange Community - Exchangealanguage.com
http://www.exchangealanguage.com - Founder Janelle Klander talks about the free language exchange community that connects people for language exchanges online or in-person. Learn more at - http://www.exchangealanguage.com/faq.php
Views: 11704 ExchangeALanguage
Hangout on a Language Exchange App(feat. Hinative)
I had a chance to work with Hinative. I have played around with this language exchange app for about an hour and it's actually fun and useful. If you are interested in learning different languages and cultures, check them out! This video is sponsored by Hinative. download link : iOS: https://itunes.apple.com/app/apple-store/id923920480?pt=1191579&ct=SeoulHunter&mt=8 Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.lang8.hinative&referrer=utm_source%3DYouTuber%26utm_medium%3DSeoulHunter Web: https://hinative.com Follow us: IG : https://www.instagram.com/loganseoul/ FB : https://www.facebook.com/seoulhuntersTV/ #hinative #languageexchange #learninglanguage
Views: 3862 Seoul Hunters
My language exchange
Views: 7837 Braga no Hanna
Language Exchange Online - How to Find a Language Partner - on Papora.com
This video tutorial shows you how you can find a language partner for language exchange on http://www.papora.com Sign up for free now! Learn a language online today. Voice over by Alice Leigh.
Views: 4299 Papora
Follow Me to My Language Exchange! Vlogevember #13
Join me as I go to my weekly language exchange. Are you in a new country and looking to learn the language and meet friends? This is a great way to do so! Instagram: gabbztaylor
Views: 1200 TheGiftofGab
Finding and Using Online Language Exchange Partners
Here are 5 websites you can use to find native speakers to help you learn another language.
Views: 581 Erin O'Reilly
The Best Language Exchange PHONE APP out there! #HELLOTALK
I'm in HEAVEN!!! This APP can be downloaded if you have a android or iPhone... www.hellotalk.com My official HelloTalk video: https://youtu.be/ytPVmhBlpts ****SUBSCRIBE**** www.youtube.com/AmbieGonzalezTV ❤LISTEN TO MY LANGUAGE LEARNING AUDIOBOOK ON THE GO! http://www.audible.com/pd/Language-Instruction/Ambies-Language-Learning-to-Fluency-Audiobook/B01MFCSHBK/ref=a_search_c4_1_1_srTtl?qid=1478184066&sr=1-1 (THANKS EVERYONE FOR YOUR SUPPORT) Me speaking 10 Languages: https://youtu.be/sodmm2moejU Me singing in Portuguese: https://youtu.be/kKxqT5meHEs Spanish TAG: https://youtu.be/a8h8cBYLBtc My Birthday Vlog: https://youtu.be/93-VW8pnJ5E ***CONNECT WITH ME*** Facebook: www.facebook.com/AmbieGonzalezTV Instagram: @ambiegonzalez www.ambiegonzalez.com
Views: 4549 Siempre Ambie TV
Meeting My Language Exchange Partners | Vlog 1
Welcome to Language Accepted! Hope you enjoyed my very first vlog! Subscribe for many more videos: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC8KgRIMtbNtYRFr87o8Z_1A Vlog video playlist: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qd-Z86GGHNc&list=PLSyKxb8pm11aieNS-525T3jNzTe33T3m6 YOU can decide what content we should focus on: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1sa4kPSU7igUiCpM5Ct6IZx8NRbtLPpqxwFmfCGlEnO0/edit ═══════════════════════ FOLLOW US ON ►TWITTER: https://twitter.com/LAccepted ►FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/languageaccepted ►INSTAGRAM: https://instagram.com/languageaccepted/ ═══════════════════════ BUSINESS INQUIRIES: [email protected] Thanks for watching! Music: BACK IN SUMMER by Nicolai Heidlas Music https://soundcloud.com/nicolai-heidlas Creative Commons — Attribution 3.0 Unported— CC BY 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/b... Music provided by Audio Library https://youtu.be/sGsC98vR4Q4
Views: 1423 Language Accepted
How to use Language Exchange Sites (with Spanish listening and reading activities)
In this video I give advice on how to use Language Exchanges sites. here is a list of a few: https://www.linguasorb.com/blog/10-best-language-exchange-sites Here is the transcriptions for the listening: WeSpeke es un sitio gratuito para el aprendizaje de idiomas que funcionan con un sistema muy sencillo pero útil consiste en una especie de red social donde encuentras personas nativas del idioma que tú quieres aprender las cuales están aprendiendo tu idioma nativo así tú hablas con ellas en su idioma nativo y luego sigue la conversación con tu idioma nativo es decir que ambos aprende idiomas que están estudiando mientras a la vez establecer un lazo y se comunican. Here is my other friend's advice. Thanks for watching!
Language exchange
My wife and son having a conversation...can anyone translate?
Views: 22 Doug Dollahan
My experience in a Language Exchange for a better english
My first video in english (sorry for mistakes) where I want to share with you my idea to improve my english speaking skills and eventually other languages that you really want to learn. Il mio primo video in inglese (scusate gli errori) dove voglio condividere con voi la mia idea di migliorare le abilità di parlare inglese e eventualmente di qualsiasi lingua straniera che vogliamo veramente imparare.
Views: 607 Michele Di Clemente
LEARN FRENCH FAST: How to Become Fluent in French - Follow My Action Plan!
AURELIE'S WEBSITE (face to face and online French tutoring): www.parisoclock.com AURELIE'S BLOG: lapetitevalisedaurelie.com GET YOUR FIRST LESSON FREE (tell her you watched this video!) Learn French Fast! Meet my French professor and hear about a plan that we've devised to achieve French fluency in a matter of months :) I know how hard it can be learning French as an adult and although everyone has their learning French story, I think mine could be one of the messiest! As I prepare to sit my DELF B2 exam in July this year, it's time to get serious!! I want to go from intermediate French to fluent and ACE my exam! I know people are always looking for quick tricks and hacks when it comes to how to become fluent in French. I'm not gonna lie - this French Fluency action plan takes some work! But the concept is really about weaving French into your every day life in a range of engaging formats. So, how long does it take to learn French? Or, in my case, how long does it take to learn French if you speak English? And you're learning French as a second language..as an adult?! The answer really depends on how much work you'll put in. So what do you say? Will you be following my Learn French fast plan with me? Allez! Let's do this! ▼ ▽ AS MENTIONNED IN THE VIDEO ▽▼ French Podcasts: - Learn French with Coffee Break French: https://goo.gl/GR5by5 - Language Transfer: https://www.languagetransfer.org/introduction-to-french - For intermediate level: La Poudre, La crème de la crème, Nouvelle Ecole.. - For more advanced learners: https://goo.gl/QgHA4N Examples of French music: https://goo.gl/icgc3N French Youtubers with French subtitles (most of the time) - Cyprien https://www.youtube.com/user/MonsieurDream - Damon & Jo French Fridays: https://goo.gl/6hsLzU - Français with Pierre: https://goo.gl/6CXLUD - Trashy French Reality TV: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLDFxT0ZLtG6T9oacGh7SJVJPAMdsEOhWH - Kyan Khojandi: https://youtu.be/UO8tcf3U0dY - Serge le mytho: https://youtu.be/lIkYYGwp1y4 - Best French Grammar book that I've found, Grammaire Progressive du Français: http://amzn.to/2g511py - Bescherelle Ultimate Grammar guides: http://amzn.to/2F3jFwh Learn French websites/apps - BBC http://www.bbc.co.uk/languages/french/ - Duolingo: https://www.duolingo.com/ - Babbel: https://www.babbel.com/french How to start speaking French - French language exchange sites: https://www.thebalance.com/free-language-exchange-websites-1357059 - French tutor - French club/language exchange (like Franglish) * ROSIE'S MINIMUM 15 HOUR WEEK * MONDAY (1.5 HRS) Morning commute: French podcast (30 mins) Evening commute: Babbel French app (15 mins) Evening: Netflix series dubbed/subtitled in French (45 mins) TUESDAY (2 HRS) Morning commute: French podcast (30 mins) Listening to French music at the gym (45 mins) Evening commute: Babbel French app (30 mins) After dinner: A few pages of my French grammar book (15 mins) WEDNESDAY (2.25 HOURS) - Morning commute: French podcast (30 mins) - Evening commute: Babbel French app (15 mins) - Speak to French boyfriend (1 hour) - Watching French news show La Quotidienne (30 mins) THURSDAY (2.5 HOURS) - Morning commute: French podcast (30 mins) - Evening commute: Babbel French app (15 mins) - French tutor (1 hour) - Watching French Youtubers (45 mins) FRIDAY (2.75 HOURS) - Morning commute: French podcast (30 mins) - Evening commute: Babbel French app (15 mins) - French film (2 hours) WEEKEND (4 hours) - 2 hours of Grammaire books/DELF preparation books - 1 hour of French Youtube or Netflix series - 1 hour reading in French (news sites, comics, graphic novels, or similar) -- WATCH THIS SPACE, VIDEO IN 3 MONTHS TO SEE MY PROGRESS - ▼ ▽ SUPPORT ME ▽▼ To make BETTER videos & MORE videos (vlogging camera, lighting, microphone, better editing software,...) and expand (e.g. website): BECOME A PATRON, a member of my private club, get behind-the-scenes rewards, interact with me more and help me to reach my goals - rewards start at 1€/month: https://www.patreon.com/notevenfrench ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- You can join me, Rosie, for even more adventures on Not Even French! If you are interested in French culture, life in Paris, or tales from a New Zealander (kiwi) living a long way from home, please ❤SUBSCRIBE❤ for new videos released each WEDNESDAY! ✌✌ ▼ ▽ FOLLOW ME ▽▼ 📱Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/NotEvenFrenchThough 📷Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/_notevenfrench/ 📱Twiiter - https://twitter.com/_notevenfrench ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- VIDEO NOTES ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- FREE STUFF AirBnB travel credit (25€ or equivalent): http://bit.ly/2yTkCAH
Views: 149630 Not Even French
Hyunwoo's Language Exchange #1.
First time ever doing something like this, so I hope it turns out ok. And hearing myself speak Norwegian is so weird.
Views: 564 dannisjc
Download on the App Store: https://goo.gl/v6rYYn Download on Google Play: https://goo.gl/9gk8Uq ---- ↓↓↓ Click 'SHOW MORE' below to see more information ↓↓↓ HiNative webpage. https://hinative.com/ ► Feliratkozás: http://bit.ly/TravellingWeasels ► Subscribe: http://bit.ly/TravellingWeasels ► Watch our Hungary Playlist here (WE VISITED HUNGARY!): http://bit.ly/HungaryPlaylist 🇭🇺 ► All Speaking Hungarian Videos: https://youtu.be/FsKQEPJXKJM?list=PLd5RMUGwfy3ss-4hQ6sHOxGLMPOTtu_89 In this video we review HiNative: Global Q&A Language Exchange App and we also give you a tutorial! *This video is sponsored by HiNative
Views: 12660 Travelling Weasels
Spanish & German Language Exchange [PART III]
Beautiful people! We are continuing with the language exchange series! This one is a special one as well! Includes our new intro, bears, fishes and more! #languageexchange Language Exchange Part I https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gqh81clrgLs&t=94s Language Exchange Part II https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b9fW916idgY Instagram: @esthermarlen Music by: Youtube Music
Views: 138 Beau & Esther
Translation Exchange - Shopify Integration
In this tutorial we show you how you can translate your Shopify site to any number of languages using the Translation Exchange platform. Please click on the time links below to quickly go to the chapter you want to view. Shopify Integration (Intro) 0:12 Translation Exchange Dashboard 0:38 Integrating Shopify 1:06 Adding the code 1:32 Replacing Key and Token 1:40 Language Selector 1:50 Language Selector Code 2:31 Inline Mode 2:59 Underlined Text 3:25 To learn more about Translation Exchange, please visit: http://translationexchange.com To read Shopify Integration documentation, please visit: http://docs.translationexchange.com/integrations-shopify/
How to Utilize Your Korean Language Exchange Partner
How to Utilize Your Korean Language Exchange Partner What are you struggling with in your language exchanges? What's tough for you right now with Korean? Lemme know on instagram or twitter @motivatekorean or you can add an @gmail on there an email me. Korean I used in the video: 상부상조 - an idiom for 'give and take/ mutually beneficial' 형! 영어 잖아 - Hyung, that's English 사자성어 - four character proverb (based on chinese characters and stories) Are you searching for how to study Korean? Do you want to know how to learn Korean? My goal with these videos is to provide Korean learners with helpful advice, information, Korean study tips and study material for learning Korean. Studying Korean alone can be hard. It was for me, but I hope that through these videos you realize you're not alone. Grow, my friends. If you like the vibe, click here to subscribe! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=motivatekorean Tweet much? Find me at www.twitter.com/MotivateKorean OR insta at www.instagram.com/MotivateKorean
Views: 1385 Motivate Korean