My name is Edna, and I live in Tanzania
I am learning English, Korean and French
I am looking for language exchange partner
I like Traveling,Music, Eating,Reading and doing some excise.
See You soon!!!!
Im Vito Lelo súper friendly. Im looking for a language exchange partner to study Spanish and Russian. I really need to improve my spanish and start speaking.
I d be happy to help you with Swahili or English.
Am Ismail,from Tanzania, am a writer. I am a fan of other people's languages, i speak, i am looking for English speaking partners and people who can teach me Spanish and i will be ready to assist them in Swahili as well as English. I like to sports, music and movies.
My name is Chiba currently living in Tanzania.
I like to communicate with people and learn their language and culture , am willing to help anyone who want to know and explore my culture as well. It will be pleasure learning with you.
My name is ереврерр. I'm 25 years old and I live in in Tanzania.
I am looking for a language exchange partner to study Afrikaans.
I'd be happy to help you to learn Kinyarwanda and Uzbek in exchange.
My nane is daudi from Tanzania. i'm here to meet new friend for language exchange
I have many hobbies such as swimming,movies,music,animal and nature,sailing,video games.
i hope to meet some nice people here
I am from Namibia and staying in Tanzania. Grew up as a MK and love traveling, music, arts, nature, horse riding and cooking. I run a small cafe and horse riding activities in the Southern part of Tanzania. I am currently learning a little Mandarin.
My name is Zadock but most of my friends like to call me "Zado",I'm single young man,I come from Tanzania .my language is swahili language and i'm here to meet new friends for language exchanges.
My hobbies to listening musics.travelling,chating,playing games for refreshing mind while i'm tired with work,visiting historical sites,Swimming,reading books and Bibles.
I am Frowin Kahemela from Tanzania. I am a professional high school teacher specializing in Linguistics and LIterature. I am fluent in Kiswahili and English. I am interested in charting (communicating with friends) dancing, specifically Mangala, my traditinal dance of HEHE, singing, visiting friends and learning other cultures. I am looking friends with whom we can share and exchange information in regards to our living in this unique world.
My profession demands clear understanding of different languages. As a law college student, I believe Communication plays a very important role in today's many industries. As international languages, many opportunities are provided with it. I aspire working at a law firm, and to be successful on that, I have to master these great languages.
I want to master English, French, Korean and German to the extent that I won't be different from a native. To know these languages to the extent that even natives wouldn't notice I'm from Tanzania.
In return, I help you understand Swahili. As a native of Swahili language, I understand how hard it is to begin learning this language especially on their coarse of pronunciation.
My level of English currently is Good, but not yet in the professional level. With someone on MylanguageExchange, I can reach there as soon as possible.
With me, you will start with the basics, basics which includes greetings , counting numbers, introductions, expressing yourself and many others. After knowing the basics, we will move to understanding my language in the deeper levels. The levels will be be filled with short exams which will be written in PDF format. My estimations is that, within 2 weeks, the basics would be over and I'm confident you will be ready with no problem meeting Tanzanians.
I prefer active communication with my teacher. I prefer someone who knows what I don't know. I prefer someone who leads the way, shows the way and knows the way.
As a teacher, I expect my student to trust me, look at me and follow me. I expect someone to be bold enough to act like he/she is a native. My philosophy, practice makes perfect, is what will lead us. You will practice Swahili and understand it.
The truth is, learning Swahili will be hard, hard enough to give up. But you shouldn't give up. we will keep going forward till you master this indigenous language.
Learning language from each other will require discipline and consistency. To know these languages and you to know Swahili, we must work hard everyday.. We must plan everyday... We must be able to plan not to fail, we mustn't fail to plan.
For 4 weeks, we will teach each other. Through WhatsApp voice notes and emails, we're going to make our goal happen. And hey, congratulations on knowing the language..
By the way, I'm an old soul, so most of my friends are old 😂.feel free to connect with me.
Cheers to our goals.