Hello!. I'm Cristian, I am a university student. I am currently learning Japanese and would like to improve. I can speak English, Spanish, Portuguese and French. I like to talk about many things, music, movies, TV series ...
I would be happy to help you with Spanish or another language. Do not hesitate to contact me.
Soy un estudiante universitario. Actualmente estoy aprendiendo Japonés y me gustaría mejorar. Puedo hablar Ingles, Español, portugues y Frances. Me gusta hablar de muchas cosas, musica, cine, series de Tv...
Me haría feliz el poder ayudarte con el español u otro idioma. No dudes en contactarme.
I like death metal/rock, Pokemon plushies, darkly cute clothing, video games, listening to music really loudly, and reading.
I've got a degree in psychology and I'm currently studying pre-medicine at the University of Miami. I've been living in America for about 15 years now, but I grew up in various places in Latinoamérica and my first language is Spanish. I really love learning languages, and I have some experience with French (two years in middle school at L'Alliance Francais). Recently I started learning Korean, but Japanese is currently my main focus, as I took two years of it for my bachelor's degree. I've passed the JLPT N5 and I'm scheduled to take the N4 this December. I'm also headed to Tokyo for a bit in December if my final exams don't murder me~
I´m Maycon looking for people to exchange learning. I need to improve my english and I can helping to improve your portuguese.
The comunication can be by e-mail or skype.
let me know what do you think about this.
I enjoy foreign languages and cultural knowledge from all corners of the world. :)
Besides personal research, here are some of the methods I am currently using with some degree of effectiveness:
- Pimsleur (Audio Lessons)
- Casual radio and music listening (including analysis of lyrics)
No one method will ever take you to fluency (despite such claims being made by the authors), however, all available methods combined will work wonderfully and slowly-but-surely one will notice the difference. It is paramount to focus on enjoying the process and not so much on reaching the ultimate goal, otherwise you may be discouraged.