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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.
Views: 16662 Lindie Botes
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.
Views: 2897 OuinoLanguages
How to Find an English Speaking Partner
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The Perfect Language Exchange in 5 Steps
More info here: https://www.lucalampariello.com/language-exchange-the-only-guide/ Some platforms: https://www.italki.com/ https://www.conversationexchange.com/ https://www.mylanguageexchange.com/ https://it.verbling.com/ In this video, I will tell you exactly what to do for a successful language exchange. The tips I am about to share with you are the exact same ones that I used for all the languages I speak now. By the end, you’ll know how to prepare a language exchange, make the best out of it, and how to build lifelong friendships. Stay tuned! SUBSCRIBE to learn and improve a new language with proven techniques! https://www.youtube.com/LucaLampariello SUBSCRIBE to our newsletter to become an Independent Language Learner! https://www.lucalampariello.com/ Follow me on Facebook! https://www.facebook.com/LucaLamparielloCoaching/
Views: 6987 Luca Lampariello
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
Views: 20958 MatteoB
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/
Views: 1429 Random English
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: 33385 Amy Hubbard
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
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/
5 Best Language Learning Apps 2019
💥 Pimsluer Free Trial mentioned in video: https://offers.pimsleur.com/free-trial-1407 📘 My E-Book Fluency Made Easy: https://fluencymadeeasy.com Resources below: https://www.lingodeer.com https://www.ankiapp.com http://frequencylists.blogspot.com/2018/02/welcome.html https://hellotalk.com https://languagedrops.com In this video I list of my view on what the best language learning apps out there in 2019 are. All of these apps, are extremely good at what they do. For learning a new language fast and easily, definitely take a look at these apps. FOLLOW ME ON INSTAGRAM ▶︎ http://instagram.com/ikennaobi This description contains affiliate links, signing up through a link will earn me a commission that will help support the channel at no extra cost to you. ADD ME ON: 👉 TWITTER - http://twitter.com/foreverikenna 👉 SNAPCHAT - foreverIkenna ALSO FOLLOW ME ON: 👉 SOUNDCLOUD - https://soundcloud.com/ikennaobi 👉 FACEBOOK - http://facebook.com/ikennamusic THE CAMERA EQUIPMENT I USE: ✅ Canon 700D - http://amzn.to/2fpdU0r ✅ Rode Video Mic - http://amzn.to/2xxJhvX Business Email: [email protected] Affiliate links are used that contribute to growing the channel!
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Exchange Language Web Application
made with ezvid, free download at http://ezvid.com Web application enables users to exchange their language, and having a private room to share
Views: 17 Awad Mukbil
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.
My language exchange| language exchange websites
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Views: 20604 Barzan Madham
LiveMocha Language Exchange is Awesome! (Old Version Tour)
Please, Like, Comment, and Share. This video was made for a customer that wanted to get an idea on how language exchange online works. I hope you've enjoyed this video. If you have any questions leave them in the comment section below. LiveMocha, is a social media site strictly for language exchange. It has been offering its services for over five years. I recommend this company one hundred percent, however they have competitors like iTalki, Papora, etc. Personally I've never used italki, just started using Papora, I'm focus on speaking with the natives I can careless about the software. I like reading dialogues. I'm using Teach Yourself Series, check out Moses McCormick's video on: Favorite Teach Yourself: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D7hNPUrqYDQ LiveMocha, already has the new version up and running. Check it out and let me know your thoughts and opinions about it. I personally don't like the new version layout. I prefer the old version. Music by: AVB https://www.youtube.com/user/arminvanbuuren?feature=watch Thanks for subscribing! Joshua
Views: 495 Joshua Merced
How to Find Sites Available on ISEP Exchange in English
We will cover how to find sites available on ISEP Exchange in English and to see what is available on ISEP Exchange after our priority deadlines by semester and year.
Views: 147 ISEP Study Abroad
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
Views: 2205 PassionforDreaming
Brazilian Portuguese Language Exchange
I am learning Brazilian Portuguese on my own so I needed to practice speaking the language with a langauage exchange partner.
Views: 847 Ramon Bernardo
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: 5281 Siempre Ambie TV
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
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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 App Problems
I won't go into detail about which app it was, or names. This is just my honest experience. -_- Sailors Lament is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution License. Created and edited with PocketVideo. Download the app here http://pocket.video
Views: 102 Vanyel Ashkevron
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: 4022 Seoul Hunters
Translating Wix sites using Translation Exchange
Translation Exchange makes it really easy to translate Wix sites to any language in minutes. This video shows you how.
How to easily find language exchange partners
How to easily find language exchange partners. One of the best ways to learn a language fast is to practice speaking as much as possible. What better way to practice your speaking than to find a language partner? It might seem like there aren't many people around to practice English with, but there are lots of different ways to find a language partner. There might be someone near you who is willing to practice English and you don't even know it! And even if there aren't, there are definitely thousands of people online who would be thriller to be your language partner. With a language partner you'll definitely learn English faster and see a huge improvement! Start speaking English and learn fast with these free resources! Free resources and activities for learning English: http://englishwithross.com/resources/ Video transcript: http://englishwithross.com/how-to-easily-find-language-exchange-partners/ ConversationExchange: https://www.conversationexchange.com/ HelloTalk: https://www.hellotalk.com/?lang=en Meetup: https://www.meetup.com/ Check out my Facebook page to communicate directly with me: https://www.facebook.com/EnglishWithRoss/
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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: 1439 Language Accepted
Create Opportunities to Speak English | Language Exchange
FREE English Pronunciation Course: http://alsensei.com/english "How do I find a speaking partner to do a language exchange?" In the video, I mentioned the "Metropolis" website for people in the Tokyo area. http://classifieds.metropolis.co.jp/category/education/language-exchange If you are not in Tokyo, you can use other sites like Meetup. http://meetup.com Just do a search in your area for other people who are interested in English or learning foreign languages. Or, just do a Google search for "(Your city name)" "English language exchange" and see what comes up. Use other local magazines and websites to help you find a practice partner. Cheers, and good luck!
Views: 382 AL sensei
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: 498 Nathan Heightz
Translation Exchange - Wordpress Integration
In this tutorial we show you how you can translate your WordPress 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. Adding Translation Exchange plugin 0:21 Integration & API keys 1:19 Language selectors 1:36 Translation Mode 2:49 Inline Mode 3:18 To learn more about Translation Exchange, please visit: http://translationexchange.com To read WordPress Integration documentation, please visit: http://docs.translationexchange.com/wordpress
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/
How to Learn a Language
Take these 3 easy tips to make learning a new language easy, fun and effective. Language exchange sites: http://en.wespeke.com/ https://www.gospeaky.com/ https://hinative.com/
Views: 98 A Decadent Fare
Money, exchange, and banking vocabulary & phrases in Spanish
I will teach you the most common vocabulary & phrases related to banking, money exchange, and the money world in general in SPANISH! Whether you live in a country where people speak Spanish and you want to feel more comfortable when talking to the teller, or you are talking on the phone with the bank’s representative, or you are travelling in a Spanish-speaking country and need to exchange your dollars, euros, or pounds for pesos, this class has been tailored for you. Watching this lesson will help you with your Spanish learning in general -- with your money vocabulary learning in Spanish specifically -- but will also help you navigate the Spanish financial world. And this, honestly, could be a bit complicated and different from your country. In this lesson, I will also give you some tips about what to do, and what not to do when dealing with people in Spanish when money is part of the talk. So, as we native Spanish speakers say, you will kill two birds with one shot by watching this class. I would also like to add that your supports allows me to keep making videos and writing newsletters. If you can donate, thank you so much for your support. You can DONATE at: https://www.butterflyspanish.com/ Or through PayPal: https://www.paypal.me/ButterflySpanish Do not forget to SUBSCRIBE to my newsletter, DIMENSIONES, at: https://www.butterflyspanish.com/ to learn more about Spanish language, nuances, and culture! Do not forget to watch more of my lessons. You can combine this lesson with one that is related to this topic. Below, I have added some suggestions: 1. Por ejemplo, if someone calls you on the phone, and you are exchanging money at the bank, you can say: "Estoy cambiando dinero en el banco." For that you need to learn Spanish gerunds: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mv_RPHVEQOA 2. You can learn a handy lesson about all the equivalents for "How much is it?" we have in Spanish, depending on the type of place you are, with this lesson: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S-9K50MmVbo 3. Maybe you want to deal with big numbers and dates, and I have the solution in this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=awswL1EMRoc 4. Perhaps you are just beginning learning Spanish, and for that you need the very basics, the numbers from 1 to 100: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iVyUMBmfDiY Saludos y muchas gracias por ver mis videos, Ana
Views: 31144 Butterfly Spanish
Language Exchange in Danshui - Taiwanese Online
http://taiwaneseonline.com Find language exchange partner - Practice and learn foreign languages with native speakers abroad - Chat with native speakers - conversation exchange in Taiwan Language Exchange in Danshui - Taiwanese Online
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My Language Exchange
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Language Exchange Club Athens Promo Video
Language Exchange Club Athens was initiated in 2012, when an Erasmus student girl had as final project to create a group aiming at practicing foreign languages. Today ten different language groups are working inside LEC Athens, which take place based on schedule, in a place near the center of Athens. This story video presents the characteristics and perspectives of participating in a language exchange meeting. Contact us to learn about our meeting place and hours at: https://www.facebook.com/groups/languageexchangeclubathens/ Credits: Production, Video Editing, Motion Graphics, Sound Design: Giorgos Fragkos Director of Photography, Assistant Production: Panagiotis Markopoulos Script Editors: Mayia Karahaliou, Giannis Moraitis, Maria Maniatopoulou Music Composition, Instrument Recording: Maria Spantidi, Giorgos Fragkos, Giannis Moraitis Logo Graphic Design: Maria Maniatopoulou Content Supervision: Vanessa Theodorou, Mayia Karahaliou, Giannis Moraitis, Maria Maniatopoulou Sound Recording, Audio Production: Marios Imbrahim, Giorgos Fragkos Set Assistant – Makeup: Maria Daniella
OUINO™ Language Tips: Using Online Personal Teachers to Practice Your Speaking Skills
In the previous post, we talked about how language exchange can be a great way to practice your speaking skills. In this post, we will talk about how personal teachers can be a great alternative if you are not interested in exchanging time with someone and prefer to pay for the other person's time. Unlike language exchange, where the benefits need to be mutual, the only purpose of the conversation with personal teachers is to improve your own speaking skills. The whole conversation is based only on your progress. Practicing your speaking skills with personal teachers is probably the best way to see fast results. The teachers have experience in teaching languages and are often great conversationalists. The only real downside to personal teachers is that it can get a bit pricey. You can usually find very cheap rates, but the hours can add up. If you can afford it, it is well worth it. Finding personal teachers online. A quick Google search will give you several results of websites on which you'll find personal language teachers. Our personal favorite, for its simple interface and the sheer amount of teachers, is italki.com. You will find hundreds of teachers from all over the world that can help you. We believe that the goal of these sessions should be aimed at practicing your speaking skills and to become better at communicating. For this purpose, you don't necessarily need to look for special qualifications or extensive experience from the person; simply find someone you enjoy speaking with. A good teacher should be able to provide a way for you to have interesting and motivating conversations, without making you feel judged or pressured. Language anxiety as a beginner. As a beginner, talking to personal teachers will likely make you feel very nervous. You might even feel like canceling your meeting at the last minute. That's completely normal, don't worry about it. Make sure you fight this initial anxiety. The payoff is highly worth it. Most teachers will make you feel very comfortable in no time. They are used to talking with people of different levels all day long. If they couldn't make the students feel comfortable, their rating would be terrible. After a few conversations with personal teachers, you should quickly feel comfortable and enjoy having conversations in your new language. Perfection is not required, this is a very safe environment to practice your speaking skills. Having flowing conversations. We also find that talking to a personal teacher makes it easier to have flowing conversations, compared to language exchange. When speaking a new language, your responses won't be as fast, and it'll be difficult to show your wit. In your mother tongue, conversations often flow seamlessly from one topic to the next without thinking twice. But when you are not used to speaking a language, you could find yourself in a situation where you are looking for something to talk about because the conversation doesn't flow as well. Good teachers will often be skilled at asking interesting questions when the conversation falls flat. Recording your conversations. If you have the permission of the other person, it can be very helpful to record your conversation every once in a while. This is mainly to monitor your progress. As you get better in your new language, it can be very motivating to see how much you struggled in your first conversations. It'll make you incredibly proud of yourself to see how much you've improved. It's also fun to hear yourself speak in a different language. If you don't record anything throughout the whole journey, you won't be able to look back at the time when the language was such a mystery to you. In the next post, we will talk about a few ways you can maximize your precious time with personal teachers.
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How to find the perfect language exchange/conversation partner?
In this video I am going to talk about how to find the perfect language exchange/conversation partner. As discussed in the video, please sign up and be a free member of our Calgary Language learning and exchange group, the details is in our Facebook page below: https://www.facebook.com/pg/Calgary-Language-Learning-and-Exchange-Group-312216899221391/posts/ or check out our website at: http://go-eol.com/calgary-language-learning-and-exchange-club/
Social Language - Learn Mandarin, Exchange Languages & Meet friends!
Download Social Language: http://goo.gl/5444Jb Official website: http://www.social-language.com FB fanpage: http://www.facebook.com/sociallanguage Social Language is a free language learning, language exchange and global networking App! We've reached 1M downloads in China within 4 months, come and join the big family~ :) ******************************************************************** What Social Language could bring you: Find Native Speakers Around the World - Filtering & Pairing System - Learn From The Accent You Like - Take Short & Effective Voice Courses form them - Chat, Social & Make Friends - Practice what you've learned - Take on Challenges from our Gamified Learning Map - Step-by-Step, Fun & addictive - 800k users have joined us world-wide, come & say hi! Download Social Language: http://goo.gl/5444Jb
Views: 119 Social Language
★Language Exchange★English, French, Korean 😎Echange linguistique avec coréen, anglais, français
#languageexchange #Korean #french #English #Canadian Echange linguistique avec coréen, anglais, français We're doing Language exchange now, Gaby comes from France and she speaks English and French. and Blair's from Korea, She speaks Korean and english. So Blair read some sentences written in French, and Gaby tries to read some sentence written in Korean. This is how Gaby's life in Korea. She's doing really well (Dad and Mom!) 우리는 지금 언어 교환을하고 있습니다. 개비는 캐나다 퀘백 출신이고 영어와 프랑스어를 구사합니다. 블레어는 한국어와 영어를 할 수 있습니다. 블레어는 불어로 된 몇 문장을 읽었고 가비는 한국어로 된 문장을 읽을거에요!. 언어교환 어때요?ㅋㅋ
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FINALLY LEARN FRENCH! My Ultimate Guide to Learn French as a Beginner
▼ ▽ FINALLY LEARN FRENCH ACTION PLAN ▽▼ 1. Try Babbel! Get my Special Offer here (3 months free!!): French: https://go.babbel.com/notevenfrench/offre English: https://go.babbel.com/notevenfrencheng/offer 2. Improve your listening - Learn French with Coffee Break French: https://goo.gl/GR5by5 - Listen to my French Spotify playlist: https://goo.gl/icgc3N - French films with English subtitles (Youtube): https://bit.ly/2Gaq2z5 3. Improve your reading/writing - Le Petit Prince book: https://amzn.to/2EcdjsY - French films with French subtitles (Youtube): https://bit.ly/2UyrUVq French Youtubers with French subtitles (most of the time) - Cyprien: https://bit.ly/1GMfrzJ - Norman: https://www.youtube.com/user/NormanFaitDesVideos - Kyan Khojandi: https://youtu.be/UO8tcf3U0dY - Serge le mytho: https://youtu.be/lIkYYGwp1y4 French professors on Youtube - Comme Une Française: https://www.youtube.com/user/CommeUneFrancaiseTV - Learn French with Alexa: https://www.youtube.com/user/learnfrenchwithalexa - FrenchPod101: https://bit.ly/2SZNX5D - Best French Grammar Books: https://amzn.to/2EC3KWa - Bescherelle Ultimate Grammar guides: http://amzn.to/2F3jFwh 4. Improve your speaking - French language exchange sites: https://bit.ly/2C3n7nq - French tutor (mine is Aurélie): https://parisoclock.com/ Finally Learn French! If learning French is part of your New Year’s resolutions, there is no better time to start than now! I've got experience in learning French as an English speaker and as an adult and I’ve put together a hand-selected action plan for you to achieve French fluency in a matter of months. I know how hard it can be learning French, which is why I have hand-selected the best tools out there to learn French as a beginner. This ultimate list is for sure the fastest way to learn French at home. I really hope you liked my Ultimate Guide to Learn French as a Beginner! Do you have any other tips and tricks for learning French fast as a beginner? Let me know down below! #learnfrench #beginnerfrench #learnfrenchonline ⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯ WANNA JOIN THE FUN? ❤️ Subscribe to the tribe: https://bit.ly/2y7FCXq 📷See my daily life on Instagram: https://bit.ly/2B42NUD WANNA SUPPORT MY WORK TO KEEP ME CREATING? ☕Buy me a coffee: https://ko-fi.com/notevenfrench 💎SHOP at Francophile Designs: https://rdbl.co/2qxn6Ce ⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯ It's a new year and more than ever people will be seeking out ways to learn French for beginners. The problem is that it can be so overwhelming with all of the options out there. The good news is that you can learn French fast at home! By learning French a little bit every day and doing it online, you'll be sure to achieve your language learning dreams! If you are wondering how to learn French fast, or specificlly how to learn french in 6 months or less, make sure you check out the Babbel app promo! Get my Special Offer here (3 months free!!): https://bit.ly/2QMErFB Bon courage (good luck)! ⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯ 📌 VIDEO NOTES 📌 ⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯ FREE STUFF 🎁 25€ AirBnB travel credit: http://bit.ly/2yTkCAH MY FAVOURITES 💖 * Best books to learn French: https://amzn.to/2EC3KWa * Favourite reads on French life/culture: https://amzn.to/2EAiiFw * Youtube gear (camera set up, drone...): https://amzn.to/2P6i4u7 * Travel essentials: https://amzn.to/2OBl6qN ⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯ 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! ✌✌ ⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯⋯
Views: 16534 Not Even French
A Simple Method to Improve Your English Speaking Skills, Grammar, & Vocabulary (DO THIS!)
Want to dramatically your English speaking, grammar, and vocabulary? Watch this! JOIN: https://www.tofluency.com/tfp/ One of the number one comments I receive on my YouTube and Facebook videos is this: "I want to improve my speaking, but I have no one to practice with." There are three options here: - Pay for lessons - Join a language exchange site such as this one: https://www.mylanguageexchange.com/ - Make friends with English speakers: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cbLFUMQZ-do But, there is another way that you can improve your speaking.... The method is simple but highly effective. And you can do this from anywhere in the world. I call this the LRRC Method. LRRC METHOD: IMPROVE YOUR ENGLISH IN AS LITTLE AS 15 MINUTES PER DAY (FROM HOME) It works like this: - You listen to an English phrase - You repeat the phrase - You record yourself saying the phrase - You compare the two versions and make changes - You repeat the phrase until you are comfortable with it Simple, right? 👍 This is similar to shadowing. However, you pause the audio to repeat each phrase so that you can record your own version and compare it with the original. I shared this method with my community the other day, and here is what someone said about it: "I tried this after you explained it in the YouTube video and it's amazing. It was the first time that I heard my voice recorded in English and I realized so many things... thank you for this method I feel more confident about my speaking and how I can improve it." When you record your own voice, you can give yourself feedback. You'll notice your own mistakes. Then, you can make changes. With shadowing, you can't do this. You're repeating your mistakes over again. That's why the LRRC method is more powerful. Here are all the benefits of doing this: IMPROVE YOUR PRONUNCIATION AND FLUENCY You listen to the English sounds, intonation, rhythm etc. and copy what you hear. By recording yourself and comparing the two, you are able to listen to your own mistakes and make changes. Then, once you are happy with your pronunciation of a particular phrase, repeat it to build fluency. The next time you say this phrase in a conversation, it will just happen naturally. LEARN GRAMMAR IN A NATURAL WAY The number one way of knowing grammar (not grammar rules, but how to use it) is the repetition of sentences. If you commit to this method, then you'll be able to use the phrases you repeat in a flexible way. Learning the rules won't help you use grammar when speaking. You need to reach the stage where grammar FEELS right. Repetition will get you to this stage. LEARN NEW WORDS & KNOW HOW TO USE THEM Learning new words in sentences shows you how to use them in the right way and at the right time. Learning single words is one of the biggest mistakes I see learners make. The LRRC Method means that you'll have a true understand of what new words and phrases mean. At this stage, you might be thinking, "What phrases should I use?" And "How can I follow this method in an easy way?" The good news is... ... I have a program where you can: - download over 1,000 fluency phrases specific to different areas of pronunciation and conversation - download over 1,000 memory cards so that you can get the repetition you need - learn exactly how to this method and another powerful method so that you use the materials properly - get feedback from me so that you know what mistakes you are making Learn more about this by clicking here: https://www.tofluency.com/tfp/
Views: 72624 To Fluency
Language and holidays: why holidays are great for language learners
SUBSCRIBE TO OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL FOR MORE LANGUAGE TIPS AND HACKS: http://www.mosalingua.com/youtube-channel ABOUT THIS VIDEO In this video, LUCA from MosaLingua talks about holidays and why you should use this period of the year to work on your language skills! HOSTING PEOPLE IN YOUR HOUSE https://www.couchsurfing.com/ MEETING EXPATS IN YOUR CITY https://www.mosalingua.com/en/how-to-meet-native-speakers-in-your-city/ OUR LIST TO TRY NEW WAYS TO LEARN -- Learn with movies and series: https://www.mosalingua.com/en/?s=MOVIES -- Learn with podcasts: https://www.mosalingua.com/en/?s=podcast -- Learn by reading books: https://www.mosalingua.com/en/?s=books -- Chat with native speakers: https://www.mosalingua.com/en/chatting-online-foreign-languages/ -- Practice with language partners on Skype: https://www.mosalingua.com/en/how-to-find-conversation-partners-best-language-exchange-sites/ -- Other ideas: https://www.mosalingua.com/en/blog-where-to-start/ And if you want a all-n-one solution, you can start a free trial with our web platform MosaLingua Web: https://www.mosalingua.com/mosaweb-yt FREE LANGUAGE LEARNING KIT Get started with languages, by downloading our Free Language Learning Kit at http://www.mosalingua.com/youtube-gifts-en (including our ebook revealing the secret tools used by polyglots to learn a language)! GET OUR FREE APPS - Learn English: http://www.mosalingua.com/enlite-yt - Learn Spanish: http://www.mosalingua.com/eslite-yt - Learn French: http://www.mosalingua.com/frlite-yt - Learn Italian: http://www.mosalingua.com/itlite-yt - Learn German: http://www.mosalingua.com/delite-yt - Learn Portuguese: http://www.mosalingua.com/ptlite-yt - Learn Russian: http://www.mosalingua.com/rulite-yt FOLLOW US ON: - BLOG : http://www.mosalingua.com/ - TWITTER : https://twitter.com/mosalingua - FACEBOOK : https://www.facebook.com/mosalingua - INSTAGRAM : https://www.instagram.com/mosalingua/
Views: 4390 MosaLingua
Language exchange FUN: English, Chinese, Finnish, Spanish, Italian
We did this while we are cruising back to Helsinki! #nbeFinland is so fun! We speak different languages but we are a family!
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4 tips to learn a foreign language fast!
Hi guys! You've not seen me for more then 5 years! The biggest mistake I've done in my life is that I gave up with my language learning. Right now, I've decided to start learning foreign languages once again, and in this video, I am talking about the techniques, which I used to learn a foreign language quickly. If you've not seen my video where I am speaking 20 languages - please check below https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5Elrd-rJWhU&t=5s Also below there is a list of languages exchange web-sites: - sharedtalk.com - Bilingua.io - hellolingo.com
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Traffic view exchange Site Youtube views. SUBSCRIBERS. AND LIKES EXCHANGE VIEWS AND GET UNLIMITED traffics on sites and youtube Channels
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Language of the Silk Road. Open for business: modern etiquette in China.
More about china https://rtd.rt.com/tags/china/ From the 2nd century BC onwards, the great Silk Road was a vital trade route that provided a link between Eurasian countries. It began during China’s Han dynasty and eventually stretched all the way to Rome. Throughout its 17 centuries of existence, it played a crucial role in enabling cultural interaction between nations and peoples all over the continents. As well as establishing economic ties, it also facilitated the exchange between countries of knowledge, religious practice, architectural styles, art, philosophy and traditions. Modern Chinese culture has been heavily influenced by centuries of trade with neighbouring countries. Today, there are still sites in China that preserve the history of the Silk Road and the country’s role in it. Tang West Market Museum in the city of Xi'an marks the ancient starting point of the Silk Road and displays relics unearthed from what used to be a major centre for international trade. The Silk Route Museum in the city of Jiuquan celebrates the first ever customs checkpoint in history. This city served as an outpost on China’s border with unforgiving and perilous nomadic lands. Meanwhile, a network of grottos called the Mogao Caves bears witness to Buddhism arriving and thriving in China. Today, China remains true to the well-established tradition of cultural exchange with its neighbours. 2016-2017 are dedicated to furthering Russo-Chinese relations and bilateral media ties. The history of collaboration between the two countries dates back as far as 400 years, when religious missionaries crossed the borders to introduce the other side to their homeland’s rich cultural practices. SUBSCRIBE TO RTD Channel to get documentaries firsthand! http://bit.ly/1MgFbVy FOLLOW US RTD WEBSITE: https://RTD.rt.com/ RTD ON TWITTER: http://twitter.com/RT_DOC RTD ON FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/RTDocumentary RTD ON DAILYMOTION http://www.dailymotion.com/rt_doc RTD ON INSTAGRAM https://www.instagram.com/rtd_documentary_channel/ RTD LIVE https://rtd.rt.com/on-air/
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