Hello,I am Sana from Dhaka,Bangladesh.
Bengali is my native language.As I am planning to go to Korea next year in sha Allah,so I am interested to learn South Korean language.
I also want to improve my English.
**I am not looking for any boyfriend.So don't contact me on that purpose.
Thanks for visiting my profile. I am from India, but for last one year I am working and living in Germany. My native language is Hindi and I also have advanced fluency in English and Bengali.
My name is PRATIK. I'm 23 years old and I live in Kolkata, in India.
I am looking for a language exchange partner to study Bengali.
I'd be happy to help you to learn Bihari, Bengali, Hindi and Hindi in exchange.
I've recently graduated from a university in New York City and I have always been in love with Japanese language and culture. My parents lived in Japan before I was born, so I've always wanted to learn it fluently. I grew up speaking Bengali, and English I learned in school. I studied French in school for 7 years. I love to read, draw, and be out in nature. I love Japanese culture, music, history, art and, of course, food! I have skype and email, so please, let's exchange languages!
Hi ! I am Engr. Md. Alamin. I have completed B. Sc in Electrical and Electronics Engineering. Now I am learning in chinese. I need a partner for practice in Chinese. I will help you to improve in English. Also I need a native English language partner for practic. So feel free to contact with me.
Guys I have no clue about these practicing languages ... I wanna learn them. I am a fashion studies student, 19 years old, love travelling.Anyone wants to learn two beautiful Indian languages can tell me.... I would love to tell you!! 😘😘😘
My name is Ismail Hossain. I'm 22 years old and I live in in China.
I am looking for a language exchange partner to study Chinese (Mandarin).
I'd be happy to help you to learn Bengali and English in exchange.
Bonjour / Hello ! ☺
I'm Suvrojit 28 years old guy from India.
I love the French language, the culture, the films and everything.
Yoga, meditation, drawing, watching shows are some of my favorites.
I consider myself a spiritual and an animal person.
I'm looking for like minded friends who wants to chat and get to know me.
I can teach you Hindi, Bengali or English.
Have a nice day/night to you! :)
Hello!!! My name is Razul Rabbi Abir. I'm Bangladeshi and a student. My English isn't good but somehow I can manage it. I have a deep interest Japanese language and Japanese culture. At present I'm preparing myself for NAT-5. But I still have some vocabulary, grammar, and listening problem. It will be a great help for me if you guys teach me. ありがとうごじゃいます。
Again please forgive me if i make any mistake. Thanks for your time.
Hi, This is Washif from Bangladesh. The Bengali Language is my native Language. I'm a Filmmaker and Cinematographer. I want to go aboard for taking a higher degree in Filmmaking. So I want to learn and practice the English Language.
Did you know about the Bengali Language?
• UNESCO has declared 21 February, the official mark of the Bengali Language Movement in Bangladesh in 1952, as the International Mother language Day.
• The first Asian to win a Noble Prize was the Bengali poet Rabindranath Tagore in 1913.
• The national anthems of both India and Bangladesh are written in Bengali and by the same poet- Nobel Laureate Rabindranath Tagore.
Bangladesh has a rich and diverse culture which is reflected in the architecture, culture, literature, music, painting, clothing, discourse etc. Even in this era of rock ‘n’ roll, Bangladeshi culture is still being cherished and respected by the people from all over the world. Even the culture of the tribes is rich and diverse too. Clothing, one of the most important aspects of the culture of Bangladesh, defines the Bangladeshi people very skillfully. Saree — a finely embroidered cloth worn by the Bangladeshi woman and made by the skilled hands of Bangladeshi artisans — is now a global fashion trend. Festivals, held throughout the year with great zeal and zest, play a significant role in our culture. Some festivals are so intensely rooted in our cultural and social base that they are still being continued after centuries. Some festivals are based on social and political significances by marking our communal and national value, some are religious, and some are even observed seasonally. Bangladeshi people have so many reasons to cheer their life and soul. This is why this land is called the Land of Festivals. You can watch a documentary about our country copy the link and paste on YouTube.
So, are you interested in our culture and language? If are you interested in our country then you will knock in my mail or facebook. We can share thoughts.
My name is Vishmadeb. I'm 27 years old and I live in Kolkata, in India.
I am looking for a language exchange partner to study English.
I'd be happy to help you to learn Bengali, English and Hindi in exchange.