Hello. I am refreshing my language skills. I have been very lazy in studying Korean, but I want to change that. I would like to make many friends on here. I have Kakaotalk too and watch dramas. My hobby includes photography and traveling. I promise I am not crazy, just a lot of fun!
I am a student and am currently learning Spanish. I took up to level 4 but took a 2 year hiatus before needing to speak it again. I also have familiarity with Arabic and Hindi, but would like to learn more. Any help to learn the more subtle aspects (mood tense, colloquial, etc.) of these languages would be very helpful, but a refresher on nitty gritty grammar rules would also be immensely appreciated. I'd be happy to help you with English in exchange (its my L1), especially if you would like to get into formal/research/academic writing, but informal chat is okay too (and just as important in some cases)! Feel free to contact me, I'd like to make new friends as well!
Hello everyone, This is Farid from Iran. I am really happy that I found this Website. I am trying to more improve my ENGLISH language. I can exchange Persian (Farsi) with you. Moreover, I know cooking well. I can teach you how to cook Iranian (also some Asian foods). BTW, I live Honolulu. I would be really happy If you select me as your tandem partner. we can share many experiences together.
Hi. I love traveling, listening to music, and eating. I enjoy many genres of music, but lately I listen to many Korean artists. I also like reading and watching movies/tv shows when I have the time. I’d love, at some point, to learn to read, write and speak Korean, when I have more time to spare. However, right now, I’d like to correspond casually in English and find out about you and your country. I’d like to meet people from across the globe - especially if you have wicked sense of humor and, more importantly, are kind-hearted.
I'm an English teacher living in Honolulu, Hawaii. I'm trying out a language exchange idea in my school. I want to see the effect of teaching Japanese and English lessons and having in class practice with native speakers. I taught English for twenty years in Southern California and I've never been able to do something like this. If you are interested in helping me try out my idea, please send me a message. I'm organizing classes of all levels for both English and Japanese learners.
Aloha! My name is Kazunori,21years old university student. Please call me Kazu!
I'm from Japan, near Kyoto pref. I'm good at singing Japanese song and swimming. I'm crazy about Coffee and beer!
I'm going to stay in Hawaii university of M anoa. I wanna talk with Hawaiian people and be friends with them! I can teach natural Japanese for young and real Japanese culture^_^ first of all, how about go Coffee shop?
Hi, I'm Andy. I love traveling to Japan but my Japanese is not good at all. I hope to improve before my next trip to Japan. I was an English teacher abroad so I have some experience teaching foreign learners. Let's learn language together!
I travel for business to Tokyo every year and interested in practicing my Japanese, especially for business. I live in Honolulu and travel to Bay Area/San Jose for business a lot, almost once a month. My Japanese is okay but I need to keep practicing so I dont forget what I know and learn new vocabulary and use it conversationally. Looking for someone to practice Japanese and I can help with their English. Thanks
Hi, my name is Grant and I want to learn conversational Japanese! I took Japanese in high school, but forgot a lot of it. I would like to re-learn it as I travel to Japan about once a year and watch Japanese shows. My hobbies are music and fashion. Currently an Electrical Engineer.
I'm studying Japanese at UH Manoa (3rd year Japanese) this summer and looking for Japanese English exchange partners. Classrooms are good to learn but it would be great to get more regular conversation with native speakers.
I'm Celta Certified Teacher so I can help you with English in exchange. I also speak spanish, having majored in it as an undegraduate.
I hope to hear from you!