Hi everyone!I would like to learn Spanish , basically I've been learning Spanish all my life but still can't speak properly . And while covid -19 I feel like I have more free time that I would like to dedicate learning Spanish . I'm a volunteer living in Canada.I don't have many friends here so I would like to communicate with people from this website. I think it's also a good idea to communicate with each other through skype or facetime. Anyways wish everyone be healthy and sane) P.S I can teach you some Russian or Ukrainian if you are interested.
My name is Chris. I'm 27 years old and I live in Toronto, in Canada.
I am looking for a language exchange partner to study Spanish.
I'd be happy to help you to learn Chinese (Mandarin) in exchange.
Hello, I am a native Korean living in Great Vancouver area in Canada.
I really want to improve my English skills!
It is also fine just be friends as I would like to make friends over the world!
Feel free text me I am such a kind Korean man haha :)
Hello! My name is Alec and I live in Canada. I would like to learn more about other cultures, improve my German, and acquire a basis in Inuktitut. I am a native French speaker who is also fluent in English. I like puzzles, music (listening and playing), hiking, cycling, and travelling, among other things.
Eventually, I would like to improve my Japanese (I like the Japanese culture!) and my Spanish, and start learning a Scandinavian language.
Message me if you want to practice your French or your English. It would be awesome to practice my German or learn some Inuktitut in return! Tschüss!
I am a proofreader, and I speak English and French. My Italian is fairly fluent, at least I manage for regular conversation. Welsh I am trying to revive after a long time of not using it or studying it, and I dabble in learning Tibetan. I have also studied other Celtic languages but have not gotten very far, though Scottish Gaelic is my strongest among them, after Welsh. I love to sing in many different languages and have a good ear for pronunciation (even if I don't understand right away . . .)
I am a university student in Montreal, Canada! I study economics and Russian.
I am originally from Oxford, United Kingdom, however I have also lived in Paris, and I speak French!
I enjoy taking analogue photography, playing the piano and doing sport.
I would like to find someone with whom I can write messages on WhatsApp, to practice my writing in Russian. You can practice your written English/French. We could also do skype sometimes, but I haven't got much time as I am a busy student!
**I have enough people to practice with for speaking at the moment - thank you :) **
Je suis Française expatriée au Canada. Je parle l’anglais mais aimerais travailler sur ma prononciation et les spécificités de l'anglais américain.
Au plaisir d'échanger
Ps: Je ne recherche aucune autre relation qu’une relation amicale.
I am French and I have been living in Canada for a while now. I already speak English but I would like to work on my pronunciation and the specificities of the US English.
Looking forward to chatting with you.
Ps: I am not looking for anything more than friendship.
I am a Canadian and I am trying to learn new languages including Korean, Japanese, and mandarin, etc. since I am really interested in the culture and hope to visit these places some day. 🥰
I have lived in Canada for my whole life, but I want to soon start travelling and manage university studies together!
Leave a message or contact me on Kakaotalk or Wechat!
There are a few languages I would like to learn though I struggle with time management and learning material. Different languages pose different challenges and purposes (i.e more native speakers / more personally interesting) I would like to chat with speakers of the languages I am interested in. I will only chat via FB messenger or this website.
I find the language learning community isn't serious about learning as in years past so its very hard to find someone to chat with so I find my language vocabulary more passive (i.e understanding what I hear more than what I can produce myself) so it has taken much longer than it should to improve.
I've been learning Russian sporadically for a while now, but soon I'll begin a course in the Language School for the Canadian Forces. At the moment, I don't speak Russian well enough to be able to communicate in Russian, so for now I'd be happy to help Russian speakers improve/practice their English.