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How to find Language Partners!
Learn languages and make friends: http://www.HelloTalk.com my Language Learning playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLPh2AFJr-cx_PkmTFBuROvkmCF-TXoZoT FOLLOW FOR MORE JAPAN & ME: twitter: www.twitter.com/ResaxX instagram: www.instagram.com/ivymusee goodreads: www.goodreads.com/user/show/7254722-theresa This video is sponsored by Hello Talk, but all opinions are my own.
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Surprising Way to Find the Best English Learning Language Exchange Partner
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Find language partners in Russian, English etc, HelloTalk, practise a foreign language   Application
Learn languages and make friends: http://www.HelloTalk.com Quick HelloTalk demo: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FmXc4N0JeGE IN this video I will tell you about an app, which is really convenient for finding people who you can practise the language you study with. This app will help you find native speakers from all over the world, so that you could learn any foreign language more efficiently!
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 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: 29679 Amy Hubbard
reading my crazy language exchange DM's | how to learn Korean fast
Let's read some crazy messages from my Hello Talk app! Hello Talk can def help you learn whatever language you're looking to learn cause you can pretty much have as many language exchange partners as you want! Also, it's a good way to make some new friends. Check it out! https://brc.hellotalk.com/LaLa ********** INSTAGRAM: HurricaneLala TWITTER: HurricaneLala_ Business Inquiries: [email protected] ********** WATCH MY OTHER VIDEOS: GROCERY SHOPPING IN KOREA FAIL | https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1nybfeBacrk&t=356s THE MOST EPIC PARTYING IN SEOUL | https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x84VGPHFjmk&t=735s ********** Camera: Canon G7x mark ii Hiiiii! my name is Lala and I make random videos! I've been living in South Korea since 2016 and I pretty much talk about my experiences here, random crazy shizz that has happened to me ~storytimes!~, and go shopping to spend a bunch of $$ that i shouldn't lol. Oh yeah, and I'm an English teacher lol. Enjoy!
Views: 79147 Hurricane Lala
Language Exchange Language in Chinese
In the ChinesePod forum, SamirShaker suggested we make a lesson on words useful for a language exchange such as "can you say that in English, or "can we switch to English?". This lesson will teach you all these things and more as well as tips on asking the correct type of questions. For the full lesson notes, go here: https://chinesepod.com/lessons/language-exchange-language Like this video? Subscribe to ChinesePodTV's free online chinese lesson of the week and start to see your Chinese level improve in 5 minutes a day. Get 100 Free Audio Lessons: http://bit.ly/free-lessons-chinesepod Follow us on social media for the latest free Chinese video lessons, easy tips and tricks to learn Chinese in five minutes a day: https://www.facebook.com/ChinesePod https://twitter.com/chinesepod
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How to learn a new language? HelloTalk Apps
Learn Korean and have language exchange: http://www.HelloTalk.com The language video! Me speaking: English, Chinese, French, Indonesian, Japanese, Javanese. : https://youtu.be/NJ2KtQsLq4s My HelloTalk id: laurapatzll My facebook link: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Lauraliciousfy/383619808389672 Business e-mail: [email protected] weightloss series playlist: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLmZnuvjAVeb9TVjXql7rOEhfulORuDK9B Disclaimer: This is a sponsored video since I was given to try the apps at premium for free. However the review truthful to my own opinion.
Views: 82176 Laura Patricia
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: 31914 엠쌤Margarita
Learning a language abroad struggles | exchange student
Hey, I learned English in england and German in Germany, so I know it can be difficult! So I made a video for all of you who are about to do the same or who are wandering what it's like, Enjoy x Tasting French cheese: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q-rTgnB_JDg Going to the USA: https://youtu.be/mDZj9VDEiyE Week vlog: Dutchie's visit + Euro event https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zUvWH-hBjNY let's connect: my instagram: https://instagram.com/astrids_journey/ my blog: http://thefrenchtravelgirl.blogspot.fr/ Hey guys, I'm Astrid and I'm a french travel and fashion vlogger! I'm currently studying international business and I also take part in a collectiv blog :D Subscribe to my channel if you want to see more of my travels and fashion insight :) I make travel vlogs, lookbook, travel tips, stereotypes videos, Q&A videos, lookbooks, HAULS ... , enjoy x inspired by: stealthespotlight; beautybyasha, clothesencounters, mylifeaseva, HeyNadine, clementineM, AMissMelle ...
Views: 958 Astrid's journey
How to Find an English Speaking Partner
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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: 528 Michele Di Clemente
Practice English with Native Speakers for FREE
Website: http://www.virtuallynative.com/blog/free-native Books: http://www.virtuallynative.com/books Courses: http://www.virtuallynative.com/courses How and where can you find English native speakers to practice your English for free? But before I give you the answer, there is something very important you need to know -- it doesn't really matter whether the speaker is native or non-native as long as they can speak OK English of course -- if you want to practice your listening, there are plenty of native speakers available for free - Movies, TED talks, that’s the best way to practice your listening, it’s free -- if you want somebody to correct your mistakes, I can tell you from experience that mistake correction doesn't really work, having somebody correct your mistakes won't improve your English all that much the goal of every language learner is to acquire the ability to self-correct and the only way to reach that goal is to read a lot, listen to a lot of English, and listen to your own voice, so yes, speaking is important but it doesn't have to be with a native speaker You want to know where you can find native speakers of English for free On YouTube Native speakers of English are also interested in learning other languages, you can offer an exchange, you teach your native language and they teach you English go to the comment section of some of the most popular YouTube videos of how to learn your native language and leave your Skype or WhatsApp or Viber information and offer a language exchange It is free and relatively safe
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Learn a Language via Language Exchange - Effective Practice with Native Speakers
Practice your foreign language with native speakers in a safe and supportive environment. Follow conversation activities and How-to guidelines provided by an expert in language exchange learning. Millions of members to choose from.
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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
Views: 1475 PassionforDreaming
CNA - Speaking Exchange
FCB Brasil and the CNA language school network are launching the Speaking Exchange project, which connects CNA students in Brazil with Americans living in retirement homes. This meeting is carried out via an exclusive digital tool that uses video chat technology to bring the students face to face with Americans.
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Learning Korean by Doing Language Exchange with HelloTalk - Review & Tips for Using HelloTalk
FULL DISCLOSURE: I have been meaning to make a video about HelloTalk for a long time now, but I wanted to do it right with screenshots showing how to do things. Coincidentally, someone from HelloTalk recently contacted me and said that they need more Korean learners, like yourself, and asked me to make a video about the app, so I did! This is not a sponsored video and I am not in affiliation with HelloTalk at all. I honestly just love the app so much that I wanted to help them out (they are still a small startup) and I want others to benefit from using it too! I also noticed from talking to a lot of people about the app that they have had some strange encounters with other "language learners." I have included some tips in the video for how to hide yourself from search and retain control over who you converse with. I also have some tips for how to get the exchange going and keep it going. If you are learning Korean, then this app will be of great help to you! There are a lot of Korean people anxious to learn English and help you learn Korean. Website: www.HelloTalk.com iTunes download link: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/hellotalk-language-exchange/id557130558?mt=8 Google Play store download link: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.hellotalk&hl=en
Views: 14594 Motivate Korean
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: 2706 OuinoLanguages
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!
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Language Exchange Program
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Where to find language exchange partners and teachers online
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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/
Tandem language exchange App Review
Here I discuss the language exchange app Tandem that I use to practice my French.
Views: 36807 Urs Learns French
Korean Language Exchange PROBLEMS | Tips for Language Exchange
Let’s talk about Korean language exchange. Have you ever tried language exchange with a native Korean? If so, was it a group meetup, a one-on-one exchange, or an online exchange (voice chat and texting)? While practicing Korean with native speakers is definitely useful and necessary to improve your Korean, it’s also not without its difficulties and problems. I talked with SpongeMind TV and Motivate Korean all about language exchange. Share any problems or questions you have about language exchange in the comments! Want to start learning Korean? Check out my book, "Korean Made Simple" on Amazon: http://amzn.to/2bDBi6h (affiliate) Check out "SpongeMind TV" here: https://goo.gl/79nVK6 Check out "Motivate Korean" here: https://goo.gl/1Z3iM5 Become my Patreon supporter here: https://www.patreon.com/gobillykorean Learn Korean with GoBillyKorean! Subscribe for weekly videos! http://goo.gl/9Dm5g Music by Kevin MacLeod: "Beachfront Celebration," “MJS Strings,” and “Brightly Fancy.” (http://incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/)
WhatsApp Group For English  Learners
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Exchange Language | Spanish - English | USA - Colombia | Section Skype
one of biggest advantange we have after when you decide learn any language is practice and more practice. I think this´s one key we can use to improve our level, so doesn´t matter if you maybe don´t have a good level to start which is one thing that majority people say when they are beginning and they cannot improve. do exchange is one means to find new people interested in learn and be passionate like you so you can learn from each other. very special greetings and thanks to my friend Chris!
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3 ways to practice speaking English without a partner.
In this English lesson, I share three ways you can practice and improve your English speaking without a partner. To create flashcard decks go to: http://www.quizlet.com I'm David, the teacher at LearningEnglishEssentials.com I'm a university qualified English teacher and I share English lessons here on this channel and English courses at LearningEnglishEssentials.com I'm interested to hear the ways you make learning English fun or the activities you find enjoyable. Your suggestions could be very helpful to other English learners, so share them in the comments section. Also, take a moment to read others comments to get a few suggestions for yourself. ============================= English videos released 4:30pm Sydney time Monday - Friday English vocabulary and idioms Mon, Wed, Fri. Live English lessons Tuesday & Thursday ============================= I have a free English conversation practice video and worksheet available here: http://www.learningenglishessentials.com/specials/english-conversation-practice =============================
vlog 16 |Chinese youtuber London vlog , chinese english language exchange day!!
this one is the bts(behind the scene) version in the full video you will learn a lot of chienes online slangs!!! so definitely stay tuned and i promise that gonna be a cool one! ft. my language buddy sean!!
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English Language Exchange - Part One
This is an independent learning video for my students.
Views: 184 David Woo
English speaking || partner Online || practice English with || Partner ||2017
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Learning English by fun - Language Exchange Ireland
http://languageexchange.ie/services/business-english-language-school Learning English in Ireland This Language School offers English Learning Programs for student groups aged 12 to 19 years. These programs are typically 1 or 2 weeks in duration and provide students with an opportunity to improve their English language skills, and enhance life skills through the experience of attending an Irish school, living with an Irish family and attending social, cultural and sporting events. As a result, our students develop confidence speaking English in a live school environment, expand their vocabulary and learn English terminology. A warm welcome and friendly Irish hospitality are a cornerstone of our services and a strong feature of the Language School experience! Our English Language School is located at our affiliate school, Grennan College, in Thomastown, Co. Kilkenny. Grennan College is a progressive second level education facility delivering education services to students in Co. Kilkenny since 1958. The college has an extensive range of student facilities and caters for a wide range of academic, practical, creative and technical abilities. Language Xchange Ireland is very proud of this affiliation. English in Ireland Internships Ireland Internships in Ireland Work placements Ireland Student work placements Ireland Learning English in Ireland English language schools Ireland Mobility Programmes Erasmus+ Erasmus+ Program Student English Programme Student English Experience Work Placement Irish Work Placement Learning English in Ireland
7 Powerful Tips to Help You Learn English FAST (most learners don't do this)
In this video, I'm going to give you 7 powerful tips that will help you learn English faster than you are now! Read the article here: https://www.tofluency.com/tips-fluent-english/ RELATED LESSONS: Test your level: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N0gZFvpxNhQ Improve your writing: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iDkiY1lcfgw To Fluency Method: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=grxHW6kDhiE Graded Readers: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-o7DTuOYn0o SUMMARY: Here are the 7 tips: 1. Set a goal and a deadline. Make this ambitious but attainable. 2. Learn English every day. Get into this habit. 3. Surround yourself in English - suitable for your level 4. Use the best methods to help you improve quickly 5. Start using the To Fluency Method 6. Get as much speaking practice 7. Focus on the English you need to know and use the Pareto Principle OTHER RESOURCES: BBC article: https://www.bbc.com/news/world-44569277 Apps in English: https://www.tofluency.com/apps-learn-english/ Language exchange app: https://www.hellotalk.com/?lang=en Grammarly: https://www.tofluency.com/grammarly ENGLISH FLUENCY PROGRAM: My program gives you the method that will dramatically improve your speaking, grammar, and pronunciation and the materials you need to follow this method. This method works and if you are ready to FINALLY speak English with confidence, I would love to have you. Learn more here: https://www.tofluency.com/tfp/ Sign up here: https://tofluency.samcart.com/products/join-tfp COMMON QUESTIONS: Q: Where are you from? A: I grew up in Preston, Lancashire, England. Q: How long have you been teaching? A: I've been teaching English since 2011. I ❤️ it! Q: How can I improve my English? A: Follow my method. I have a free lesson on that here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=grxHW6kDhiE Q: Do you have a book that I can download? A: Yes, I do. You can download it for free here: https://www.tofluency.com/book Q: What camera do you use? A: I use this and love it: https://www.tofluency.com/camera Q: What books do you recommend? A: I recommend graded readers. Learn more about this here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CbzGYCptGyE Q: Do you have any conversational videos? A: Yes! Here is a playlist: https://youtu.be/xUdoxLCDt20 *********** FOLLOW ME HERE: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/tofluency Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tofluency/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/tofluency Want to send me a message? Do that here: https://www.tofluency.com/message (you'll also get messages from me!) Subscribe to this channel and turn on notifications to get all my latest lessons. And get my book here: https://www.tofluency.com/book
Views: 14435 To Fluency
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: 536 Ramon Bernardo
English Language Exchange - Part Two
This is an independent learning video for my students.
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5 best free language learning Apps
These are five apps that you can use to help learn any foreign language. 1. Memrise 1:10 2. Duolingo 3:00 3. HelloTalk 4:12 4. Instagram 6:09 5. Reddit 7:12 These are all free language learning apps that you can use to learn ANY language. Some of them have paid options, but you don't need to pay anything to use the basic version of these apps, and honestly, I usually prefer the free versions. If you want to learn English, Spanish, Japanese, Hungarian, or any language out there, these smart phone and tablet applications are for you. Follow me on Twitter: https://twitter.com/fingtamLangs Subscribe to my channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDqVCYtJ5ezoRBP94ltrDwg?sub_confirmation1
Views: 38847 Fingtam Languages
Top 10 Apps for Learning English - Lianderson's English Lessons
Hello, mates As you probably know, learning English with apps is also a very good option, so here I share ten apps with you which can be used to help you learn. If you have any other suggestion, PLEASE, share it with us, I'd be glad to see it and I think the other learners would enjoy it as well! 1. Learn English Podcasts : https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=hk.hkbc.epodcast 2. Learn English - Audio & Video: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.bc.avm 3. British Radios: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.appsoft.RadiosUK 4. Duolingo: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.duolingo 5. Stumbleupon: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.stumbleupon.android.app 6. Go Speaky: Speaky - Language Exchange: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.speaky.app 7. Memrise: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.memrise.android.memrisecompanion 8. Vocabulary Builder: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.magoosh.gre.quiz.vocabulary 9. English Monstruous: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=air.es.cambridge.emc 10. The Phrasal Verbs Machine: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=air.org.cambridge.Phrasalverbslite Thank you very much for watching. Don't forget to subscribe!! (: Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/liandersonsenglishlessons Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/726548984080545/?fref=ts Instagram: liandersonferreira https://instagram.com/liandersonferreira/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/MyBritishAccent @MyBritishAccent
English Speaking Partner: How to find the perfect partner :)
English Speaking Partner: How to find the perfect partner :) ⭐ Sign up for my Whats App Group here ➡ https://englishteacheradriana.com/whatsapp/ — ►SUBSCRIBE TO MY CHANNEL HERE: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZBgrQkJ5yJThY6XkVCnI7A?sub_confirmation=1 — FOLLOW ME ONLINE: Website: http://englishteacheradriana.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/englishwithadriana/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/englishwithadriana/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/english_adriana Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com.au/englishadriana/ Podcast: https://englishteacheradriana.com/learn-english-podcast/ Business Inquiries: [email protected] #askadriana — SPECIAL MESSAGE TO YOU The English language is a means of communication and it is a way to learn new skills and meet different people. The more you consistently use your English, the better and faster you will improve. Start communicating and using your English today by leaving a comment below this video with your feedback or replying the other students. Thanks for being here and for being awesome :)
Views: 1796 English with Adriana
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: 1307 Random English
Blah blah amazing language exchange platform! English lesson 2 - Hallelujah
The second lesson shaping up. Learning a language with songs is very common for music lovers. This video is intended to become a listening tool. Try to figure out the words we don't provide by context. Watch the video more than once for a better result.
Views: 213 Emigdio Niquet
How I do language exchange - Learn Spanish
I talk about how I like to do language exchange to learn foreign languages. Simple and fun Spanish listening practice. Check out HelloTalk: http://brc.hellotalk.com/DreamingSpanish Do you want me to keep making videos? Support me on Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/DreamingSpanish Vídeos en Español gratis para principiantes! This is a channel that tries to provide interesting listening practice for students of Spanish. Get used to real Spanish used in context, and eventually develop a native-like intuition for the grammar and the vocabulary, together with a clear pronunciation. The videos try to be easy enough for a complete beginner in the language to get the gist of the story and start picking up vocabulary. Learn more about the method: https://dreaminglanguages.wordpress.com/2016/11/01/the-10-commandments-of-language-acquisition/ http://algworld.com/blog/automatic-language-growth-alg
Views: 433 Dreaming Spanish
Video Vocabulary Language Exchange: Book in Arabic and English
Students of Mish Madrasa in Cairo, Egypt teaching how to say the word fan in Arabic.
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Why We Struggle Learning Languages | Gabriel Wyner | TEDxNewBedford
The only barrier to learning a language is memory. - The process of language learning is the process of forming memories. Nothing more, nothing less. If you understand that, and you understand how memories are formed, then you can make progress in a way you've never dreamed possible before. Gabriel Wyner is an author, opera singer and polyglot based in Chicago. After reaching fluency in German in 14 weeks with the help of the immersive Middlebury Language Schools, he fell in love with the process of language learning, going on to spend two months in intensive Italian courses in Perugia, Italy. Searching for ways to bring the immersion experience into the home, he began to develop a system that rapidly builds fluency in short, daily sessions. In 2010, his efforts paid off. He learned French to fluency in 5 months, and then Russian in 10 months. Born in Los Angeles, he graduated summa cum laude in 2007 from the University of Southern California with dual degrees in Mechanical Engineering and Vocal Arts Performance, and was awarded the Renaissance Scholar’s prize for excellence in unrelated disciplines. He then moved to Vienna to pursue triple Master’s degrees at the Konservatorium Wien in Opera, Lieder and Voice, and graduated with honors in 2011. Currently learning Japanese, he's learned Hungarian and Spanish over the last few years. His book on language learning – Fluent Forever: How to learn any language fast and never forget it – was published on August 5, 2014 (Harmony/Random House). His most recent project has been the development of a new language learning tool, which became the most successful Kickstarter for an app in history in September of 2017. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx
Views: 337753 TEDx Talks
Speaky - Instantly Practice Languages on Android
The best way to learn a language is to practice it. Period. You can spend thousands of hours in books, websites, and apps to learn vocabulary and grammar but at the end of the day, if you don't practice with real people, you won't learn! That's why we created Speaky! Speaky is the perfect app to instantly practice languages with people around the world, and it's free. HOW DOES IT WORK? 1. Find the perfect language partners by browsing a worldwide community of language learners from more than 180 countries and native in more than 110 languages. 2. Instantly practice with your language partners and learn from each other simply by exchanging your language skills. It's a simple language exchange method: - You help someone that wants to learn your native language by practicing with him/her and correcting their errors. - Your language partner is able to do the same for you! It's up to you and your partner to find the perfect "way" of doing language exchange. 3. Stay connected with your language partners and make sure to practice everyday! You can always access your account from our website: http://www.gospeaky.com A NEW AND INNOVATIVE WAY TO MAKE FRIENDS WHILE LEARNING LANGUAGES Speaky will not only help you learn a new language and find language partners, but it will also connect you with people all around the world. In other words, with Speaky you will create a network of international friends with whom you can build incredible relationships. It's a pen-pal network always accessible at your finger tips! Long story short: Speaky is the best app to practice and learn languages online for free. Doing language exchange has never been so easy! On Speaky you can practice and learn more than 110 languages, such as English, Spanish, French, German, Portuguese, Arabic, Italian, Chinese, Dutch, Japanese, Polish, Russian, Turkish, Korean, Hindi… to name a few! Millions of native speakers from all around the world are waiting for you, join us now! ADDITIONAL INFORMATION To learn more about us you can visit our website: www.gospeaky.com Follow us on twitter: https://twitter.com/go_speaky Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/gospeaky Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/go_speaky/ Follow us on Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/gospeaky/
Views: 20020 Speaky
Telephone English: Emma's top tips
http://www.engvid.com/ Calling someone soon? Do you feel nervous when you speak on the telephone? Many English learners feel uncomfortable when they have to use English on the phone. In this lesson, I will teach you my top tips on how to have a successful telephone conversation. Watch this video and become more confident in your telephone English. Then test yourself with the quiz: http://www.engvid.com/telephone-english/ TRANSCRIPT Hi there. My name is Emma, and in today's video, I am going to teach you about the telephone and cell phones. Telephone English. I'm going to teach you some of my top tips on how to speak well when you're on the telephone. A lot of students get very, very scared when they talk on the telephone. Why is this? Well, you can't see the person's lips moving when you're on the telephone, and the English -- it's sometimes difficult to understand what someone is saying. So it's okay. You can get better at talking on the telephone. And I'm going to tell you how. So let's get started. I have eight tips for you. No. 1, one of the main problems students have when they're on the telephone, is they're very direct. What does "direct" mean? Maybe they'll say something like, "I want to talk to Mr. Bob." Okay? "I want to talk to Mr. Smith." This is very direct English. Why is it direct? "Want." It's not the most polite way to speak. When you say "I want. I want." It's better, when you're on the phone -- especially to someone you don't know that well -- to use polite English, such as "could, would, may." "May I speak to Mr. Bob? May I speak to Mr. Smith?" "Could you hold on a minute, please?" Okay? It sounds a lot nicer. So remember your "could, would, may". Try not to use "want". Tip No. 2, practice. Practice, practice, practice. Practice makes perfect. But how do you practice? Who will you practice with? Well, one idea is if you know that there's a business, and the business is closed for the day, you can call their telephone number. Maybe they have an answering machine you can listen to. What I would recommend is call a business you know will be closed; listen to their answering machine message; and try to take notes on what they say. And then call back, and see. Did what you hear -- is it the same? Is it the same from the first time you called to the second time? Are your notes correct? So very key is practice. You can also practice with a friend. You can practice in front of the mirror. "Hello!" Okay? So practice, practice, practice. No. 3, spelling. A lot of the time, we have to spell on the phone. Sometimes you have to spell your name, your last name, your address. So it's very important to be able to pronounce alphabet letters, a-b-c-d-e. So it's very important that you can say these letters correctly. And also that you know how to spell things out on the phone. So what do I mean by this? Well, for example, if you have to call someone, and they need to write down your last name, and your last name is -- we'll say your last name is White, so White. So you're on the phone, and they say, "What's your last name?" "My last name is White." And then you start spelling it. "W as in 'Wilson'; H as in 'Hilgar' -- it's a weird name, but -- I as in 'Iceland'." So what you do is you spell out your name using examples. So for example, if I'm spelling "Emma", I'd say, "My name is Emma. That's E as in 'Erin'; M as in 'Mary'; M as in 'Mary'; A as in 'Anne'." Why do we do this? It's because some English letters sound the same. If you're on the phone, and you say "p-d-t-v", they all sound so similar. By spelling out in this way, the person will know which letter you're talking about. Tip No. 4, numbers. A lot of the time, when you talk on the phone, you have to use numbers or someone will tell you a number, and you may have to write it down. It's very important to practice your numbers. Practice listening for numbers. So for example, a lot of students have trouble with 30 vs. 13, okay? What's the difference? 30, the first part is long, "thir"; the second part is short, "ty". "Thirty". Versus 13, where the first part of the number, and the second part is long. So it's very important to get used to numbers like 14 vs. 40, 15 vs. 50. And you should also practice listening to long numbers. Okay? Maybe if I say the number one, you understand that. It's easy. But try to listen to this number. If I say "4-45-1-7-8-10-100", maybe it would be more challenging. So practice your numbers.
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/
Views: 46 English with Ross
Coriolyss International Language Exchange
International Language Exchange Learn any language in the world free via Skype with native speakers. www.Coriolyss.com Learn English, French, German, Russian, Italian, Norwegian, Spanish or any other language free like Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt.
Views: 207 Coriolyss
English and Korean  Language Exchange: Greetings and Introductions
My friend and I decided to do a language exchange lesson. We thought it would be educational for the both us. He is trying to improve his English and I am trying to learn Korean so we thought WHY NOT! I don't know how useful it will be for everybody but I know I certainly will learn something while having a bit of fun and I hope you will too. Romanization of Mr. Hong’s Part in Korean E: 안녕하세요. Thank you Emma. K: 안녕하세요. 에마, 감사합니다. R: Anyeonghaseyo.  Emma, gamsahapnida.   E: It’s nice to meet you, too. K: 저도 반갑습니다. R: Jeodo bangapseubnida.   E: 안녕하세요. My name is 홍길동 and I am the Finance director from the Seoul office. K: 안녕하세요. 저는 서울에서 온 재무담당 이사 홍길동 입니다. R: Anyeonghaseyo, jeoneun seuleseo on jaemudamdang isa hong gil dong ibnida.   E: Hello, Nice to meet you all. K: 안녕하세요. 모두 반갑습니다 R: Anyeonghaseyo, modu bangapseubnida. E: How is everybody doing today? K: 다들 좋은 하루 보내고 계신가요? R: Dadeul joheun haru bonaego gyesingayo?   E: Thank you. It’s great to be here. I might need everybody’s help during my stay. K: 감사합니다. 여기 있어서 참 좋아요. 여기 있는 동안, 모두의 도움이 필요할지 모르겠네요. R: Gamsahapnida. Yeogi isseseo cham johayo. Yeogiinneundongan moduyeui doumi pilyohalji moreugetneyo.   E:Unfortunately, I must go now. I have to run to another meeting. K: 아쉽지만, 다른 미팅이 있어서, 지금 가봐야 합니다. R: Awobjiman, dareun midiongi isseseo, jigeum gapwayahabnida.   E: I will catch up with everybody later this week. K: 나중에 다시 뵈요. R: Najoonge dasi bwoeyo. Learning English fast and easy. You will be able to communicate more effectively while having fun. It can be useful for traveling, having casual conversations or just blending in like a native English speaker. I hope to help you improve in many areas such as speaking English fluently, improving you listening skills, building a large vocabulary list, helping you with pronunciation, learning helpful idioms phrases and expressions for everyday and business use. I made this video using Bitstrips and the music is from http://www.bensound.com/royalty-free-.... speaking english learning english learning english fast understanding english useful english english phrases english pronounciation learning english method english idioms english expressions english listening skills business english english in the workplace english grammar english daily conversation speaking english easily talk in english respond in english best way to learn english speaking english well improve your english speaking english naturally english speaking practice english listening practice english learning course english learning video english learning for beginners english learning conversation Korean korea kpop k-pop k drama
Views: 204 Day To Day English
http://www.hellotalk.com HelloTalk is an APP which is similar to WhatsApp but has more features on language learning. Such as in app translation, text to voice, voice to text, transliteration and GRAMMAR CORRECTION etc... With HelloTalk, one could learn and practice a language with Native Speakers!
Views: 990 Ambie Gonzalez TV

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