Hi,I'm Yisrael I'm from Cape Town,South Africa and i am from a French and Dutch background as well.
I know English and Afrikaans (it's a mix of Dutch & German) and I love reading,drawing,listening,to music (especially Hebrew,Arabic,French songs)and learning languages and just learning about different cultures and countries.I love Hebrew ,Arabic and French and basically I am learning Hebrew so I would love to improve it here and meet new people from around the world.
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My name is Sisanda, I reside in South Africa, Cape Town.
I have been turning lemons into lemonade since 1998
I am a student, studying User Experience Design.
I am a: Devoted tv expert. Travel fanatic. Food enthusiast. Total extrovert. Amateur internet ninja. Proud football and kpop fan and bookworm.
I love to learn about different cultures and making new friends :)
Most importantly I'm open to helping anyone improve their english.
So don't hesitate to talk to me.
My name is Shay and I live in Cape Town, in South Africa.
I am looking for a language exchange partner to study Spanish, Ukrainian, French and Japanese.
I'd be happy to help you to learn Afrikaans and English in exchange.
I'm a 30 year old South African English speaker who has very recently started learning Spanish and would like some practice. I've done experience teaching conversational English and would be happy to help someone learn .
My name is Wesley. I'm 24 years old and I live in Cape Town, in South Africa.
I am looking for a language exchange partner to study Japanese.
I'd be happy to help you to learn English in exchange.
I am Mishka I think my Korean name would be shin yeon young I just like how it sounds I am 17years old. This going to be my last year attending highschool. I'd like to teach english in korea.
My native language is english, practising hangul. I am very active person. I love going for hikes, swimming and kickboxing.
I am very expressive and speak English on a very high level, suitable for someone who wants to become expert in intellectual or academic use of the language. I have some law school studies, and am very passionate about many intellectual subjects like psychology, philosophy and spirituality etc.
I have a bit of a British accent, but also slight American and South African influence in my speech.
I want to start becoming familiar with Japanese so that I might one day learn to teach English to Japanese students, or so I will have an easier time if I visit Japan as a tourist one day in the future.