I'm a coastal engineer living in Seattle. I lived in Spain for one year in 2013-2014, and have unfortunately forgotten a lot of the Spanish skills I learned there. I would love to find a native Spanish speaker to practice with, and I'd be more than happy to practice English as well.
I'm vaccinated and would ideally like to meet up regularly for conversations (either meeting for a walk in a local park, at a cafe, etc).
I used to be a Chinese teacher. I'm a graduate student in Seattle now. I want to improve my spoken English and express myself accurately. Learn some slang to help me better integrate into American culture.
I am a retired woman and a new grandmother. I live in Seattle washington, one of the most beautiful states in the United States.
I would like to practice and improve my Spanish and help you with english. I'd like to work seriously together, make corrections, learn more grammar, vocabulary and expressions.
I enjoy traveling- before covid, gardening, volunteering, playing with my granddaughter, games visiting with friends, walking and easy hikes.
I speak fluent English as a native English speaker. I have studied Spanish through classes and traveling.
I am trying again, to improve my spanish. I visit a good friend in Oaxaca Mexico every year. My Spanish improves during that week and then falls back down for the rest of the year!
Before retiring, I was a pediatric occupational therapist. I worked in hospitals and public schools.
I'd really like to practice with a native Spanish speaker who wants to seriously focus on helping each other improve language. For me, conversation will be a vehicle to learn about each other's culture but more so to practice and learn a higher level of Spanish and English. I enjoy talking about politics, culture, children, food, travel, gardening, most anything. Perhaps we can each watch a bilingual TED talk or YouTube and chat about it.
I'm Bijan and currently living in Seattle. I started learning French and I really enjoy it. I would like to improve my French and have a chat with some French-speaking people. I think I can help someone who likes to learn or improve English.
Hello. I live in Sammamish and am continuing to learn Spanish after studying the language in high school and college, then revisiting it a few times over the years. I'm aiming to be able to keep up a conversation. I'd love to converse in English and Spanish with someone and am happy to make the trip to Seattle to grab a coffee or something.
I was born and raised in the USA. I moved to Seattle after graduating college and work at a large tech company. I enjoy reading, video games, biking, hiking, and more.
I studied Japanese in college but it never really stuck. My wife and I visited Japan last year and it was an amazing experience for both of us! We'd love to go back and I am going to dedicate myself to learning Japanese again.
I'd love to do regular voice or video calls with you to help me learn and in exchange I am more than happy to help you with English.
Hey I'm Phil! I grew up in the States as a sansei (hence the username) and want to practice my Japanese so I don't get too rusty and am also currently learning Korean. I live in Seattle as a designer and am into vinyl collecting, cocktails, and manga.
My name is Kaehsea and I live in Seattle, in the USA.
I am looking for a language exchange partner to study English and Chinese (Mandarin).
I'd be happy to help you to learn Japanese in exchange.
I'm an IR major who's curious about international cultures, politics, and history. I love reading, writing, drawing, and occasionally fencing. My goals are to either work in a think tank as a research fellow or become an author.
I can help you with your English--I'm patient and kind to everyone. In exchange, I need help with building my French conversational skills.
I am 72 years old. I started learning Spanish when our son announced that he was marrying a woman from Colombia. That was 10 years ago. My most recent Spanish teacher told me that I was "graduating," that she had no more to teach me. So I am trying to contact Spanish speakers for language exchange. In English I am a skilled writer and editor. I worked in public relations for over 30 years and in the past 4 years have written two novels. I also play the piano, mostly jazz.
I was learning Japanese for my planned trip to Japan in 2020 but I haven't been practicing since I didn't know when Japan would open for tourist.
I've been living in Seattle for the past 5 years and I am enjoying the Pacific North West.
I'm in real estate and my hobbies are hiking, camping, cooking, reading and movies.
Any questions just ask.
I have a degree in English Language and Literature and would enjoy participating in a language exchange to help people who are trying to become more proficient with their English language skills, either at a technical or conversational level. I would also like to learn some conversational Romanian and Russian to help me better communicate with some of my friends. I'm half Korean, so I threw that language in there as well because I'd like to understand what my mother is saying when she's yelling at me. :/
I’ve been practicing Mandarin for about 4 years now and am a decent intermediate conversationalist. Unfortunately I’m basically illiterate so I’m really only interested in face to face or video conversations and exchange. In my free time I enjoy outdoors activities, exercise, and museums/galleries. I’ve recently taken up the piano but I’m not very good. Anyone interested in a Mandarin/English exchange please say hello!
Hello! I'm interested in learning French mostly but also Arabic! I've never done a language exchange before so curious how it works :)
I'm a nurse and I have a teenage son... And I love to travel, dance, and exercise!