Hello, my name is Emanuely and I'm 17. I'm looking for a native speaker to practice my English skills and French (I'm beginner) at the moment. If you are not a native speaker, don't be worried, you're welcome! I can help you with Portuguese. My hobbies are listening music, drawing and read, and I like know other cultures too.
Hi, my name is Matheus, from Brazil. I'm 29 years old. I am a doctoral student in social sciences. My mother tongue is Portuguese, but I am interested in practicing English and Spanish, and learning German. I play the guitar and I have a folkpunk music project.
Oi. Eu gostaria de conhecer pessoas para conversar frequentemente comigo em inglês.
Hi. I'm learning english language and I want to learn together with you and to speak. I'm interested much. I'm from Brazil, I'm single, I've one daughter, I'm 32 years old. I did study biomedicine in University here where I live.
Hi I’m Dave.
(I currently have a language exchange friend, but feel free to send a message).
I live and work in Austin, Texas. I just started learning Japanese. Looking to improve my vocabulary, conversational skills and better enjoy the culture. I have a short term goal of learning enough Japanese to travel to Japan. I am an avid rock climber ,woodworker and enjoy spending as much time as possible in nature with friends. I taught English as a teacher for 6 years.
はじめまして、アドリアノです。よろしくお願いします！日本語を勉強しています。Hi, Nice to meet you! I'm brazilian living in Salvador, Bahia, Brazil. I have bachelor's degree in Journalism and post graduated in Financial Management. Nowadays I'm working in a bank, but I want to open my own business. My favorite hobbies are handcrafting, anime, manga, drawing, Free Libre and Open Source Software (FLOSS), movies, travel, organic gardening and make friends. ;) I need a partner to improve my skills in Japanese, so please help me! I'm supposing be at N4 level in JLPT now, but I'm studying many things from higher levels anyway. As you can see here, I have difficulty to express myself in Japanese. I'll love to talk with you by Google Meet, Zoom, Skype, Telegram or LINE. In exchange, I can help you with your studies in Brazilian Portuguese. I'm certified with C1 in English by Englishtown, so I can help you too with English texts and little talks. I can do little talks in Latin American Spanish, too. So, let's be friends?
My name is Gabriel and I am from Brazil, I can help you pratice your portuguese or even your english.
As you can see in my profile I am trying to study a bit of spanish/mandarim, but it feels like I am not making any progress ...
Feel free to message me!
Hello, I am an Artist (poet, composer, sound designer, draughtsman, painter); Biologist by profession and love; and amateur Egyptologist, Geologist and Linguist. Due to the latter, living, dead and extinct languages exert much fascination over me.
Learning is one of the keys to the meaning of life, I swear (together with love, of course), and my character and command of the languages I know with confidence at the moment are such that I can guarantee a lot of wordplay, rich vocabulary and rhymes whilst we speak!
Am very interested in finding people whose interest is to learn English or Brazilian Portuguese in exchange for German, French, Spanish, and/or Italian. If you still want to talk to me, yet I did not include the language of your choice nor the one in which you are fluent in this description, please don't hesitate to do so regardless - maybe your language is precisely one to provide me a much needed shot in the arm!
Nevertheless, let us not worry too much about terms or concepts such as "learning" or "teaching", after all, though grammar might be interesting from a linguist's point of view, to the man in the street, language itself is merely a tool to communicate ideas; therefore, I propose that, even if we prescribe shifting idioms based on time and whatnot, let us instead prioritise information exchange and personal connection, allowing grammatic rules to unconsciously enter our brains via immersion and removing any pressure to "speak properly".
P. S.: BTW, what about us going off-axis and venturing into Middle Egyptian together? Or Ancient Greek? Or Latin? That's at the juncture I am the most now.
Heya! I'm Fed, from Argentina. I have lived in Brazil for 10+ years and in the UK for 8+ where I am working. Although not a 'native' Portuguese/English, speaker I have spoken them for as long as I can remember :).
I am currently learning Korean as I fell in love with the culture. I am a beginner though! Happy to help anyone learning any of the languages I speak in exchange for some Korean :)
Quite open to discuss any topics. Music, movies, cultural aspects, etc.