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Category: Slang/Expressions
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Re:Search a native english speaker
Hello Laura. Please contact me!

Language pair: English; Russian
Hayk
January 19, 2017

# Msgs: 5
Latest: January 19, 2017
help me to study korean
Hey i am dua.can anyone help me to study korean couze my dream is to visit korea.I will help you to study malayalam and english

Language pair: Malayalam; Korean
Dua Bathol
January 18, 2017

# Msgs: 1

Re:How to greet each other using slangs in FRENCH?
Hello! You can simply say something like "salut", which is more casual than the regular "bonjour". I'd recommand you to watch out for your intonation too, as a cheerful "bonjour" would certainly sound nicer than a cold "salut", even if the latter is more casual than the former.

You can also straight up go for a "salut, ça va?", which could help start some smalltalk about your evening or weekend or whatever you have in mind when addressing a friend (as opposed to someone you're only acquainted with, in which case the question "ça va"/"comment allez-vous" is more a mark of politeness than actual interest - in my opinion at least).

I hope I could be of help to you!

Language pair: French; English
Roxane
January 18, 2017

# Msgs: 2
Latest: January 18, 2017
I'm an Argentinian looking for an English native speaker partner. I can help with your Spanish!
Hello! As I said, I am from Argentina. Im studyng English and I would love to practice and talk with a native speaker. I would prefer someone from UK but I don't mind if you are from another country. I can help you to improve your Spanish as well and teach with anything you need.

Looking forward to hear from you!

¡Nos vemos!

Language pair: Spanish; English
Silvio Gutiérrez
January 16, 2017

# Msgs: 1

Re:Seeking Spanish speakers
Hello!
Im Toty, from Argentina, Sothamerica. I'd love to help you with your Spanish and get some help for my English at the same time.
See you!

Language pair: English; Spanish
Silvio Gutiérrez
January 16, 2017

# Msgs: 3
Latest: January 16, 2017
Re:How to say lemon/lime in Spanish?
Hello! Lemon is "Limón" and lemon is "Lima". In Argentina, Limones are the yellows ones and Limas are the green ones.
I hope I could be helpfully!
Chau!

Language pair: Spanish; 
Silvio Gutiérrez
January 16, 2017

# Msgs: 4
Latest: January 16, 2017
Looking for English partner
I am a student from China and living in Vegas. I can teach Chinese and looking for someone can teach me English grammar and pronunciation. Message me~!

Language pair: Chinese, Mandarin; 
Yiou Li
January 15, 2017

# Msgs: 1

Re:Looking for my language partners
Hi Yuki! I speak English, and want to know Japanese! :)

Language pair: Japanese; English
Emma Leonard
January 11, 2017

# Msgs: 4
Latest: January 11, 2017
Re:Portuguese native looking forward to help you with my language!
Hey Mia, eu sou brasileira, creio que consiga te ajudar.

Você está aprendendo português de Portugal ou do Brasil?

Não é que seja muito diferente, a maneira que falamos é diferente (sotaque or "accent") e algumas palavras e expressões também.

Enfim, sorry to write in Portuguese, I figured out since you are learning it, what is the best way to practice?

Let me know if and how I can help.
Abraços, Thais

Language pair: English; Portuguese
Thais Vinagre
January 9, 2017

# Msgs: 2
Latest: January 9, 2017
Norwegian
Hei,

I am interested in practice Norwegian or Scandinavian language, gramatic and new vocabulary, I can learn spanish. Hope speak soon. Ha det bra! :)
Celia

Language pair: Norwegian; Spanish
Celia
January 9, 2017

# Msgs: 1

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