Language Exchange and Online Language School logo Language Exchange and Online Language School logo
  ¿Â¶óÀÎ ¾ð¾î Çб³ ¹× ¾ð¾î ±³È¯ Ä¿¹Â´ÏƼ Welcome, Guest!
- Sign up

Language exchange and language school log in
Member
Log In
Language ExchangeHome  
International penpalsPenpals  
How to learn a language via language exchangeHow to  
Find a Language Exchange Partner to Learn a LanguageSearch  
Hangman word games: learn expressions, slang, idioms, proverbsWord Games  
Edit my profileEdit Your Data  
Member notepadMember Notepad  
Club libraryClub Library  
Bulletin boardBulletin Board  
Machine translatorTranslations  
International chat rooms, spanish chat, French chat, etc.Text Chat  
Voice chat: free international voice chat rooms and programsVoice Chat  
Free language exchange lesson plansLesson Plans  
FAQsFAQs  
Teaching English as a second language jobsJobs  
HelpHelp  
About UsAbout Us  
Contact UsContact Us  
Bulletin Board

Category: Slang/Expressions
Click on a message title to view all messages in the discussion.

Total found: 11100 !
Pages:  1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9  10  1110  [Next>>]  
Most Recent Messages of Each Discussion Created by
My bad
"My bad" is translated in italian with "Colpa mia".
"I want to improve my english" is translated in italian with " Voglio migliorare il mio italiano".
"If you want to exchange my italian skills with your english skills, just contact me!" is translated in italian with " Se vuoi scambiare le mie abilità con l'italiano con le tue abilità in inglese, allora contattami!"
Bye,Ciao!

Language pair: Italian; English
Marco K
May 4, 2016

# Msgs: 1

Re:Help with English
Id be happy to help with English. I am a native English speaker, I would love to learn Italian. I only know a little bit. Ciao.

Language pair: English; Italian
Kay
May 2, 2016

# Msgs: 3
Latest: May 2, 2016
Help with german
Heey im looking for someone who can help me learn german , i can
help with english , i will be glade to have new freinds

Language pair: German; English
Kiki
April 30, 2016

# Msgs: 1

lets chat
hi there, im currently living in moscow but I need an inprovement on my english and russian. My native language is spanish . IF you are interested please dont be shy :) , just email me ... thanks

Language pair: English; Russian
Leya
April 28, 2016

# Msgs: 1

Hi. I need immediate help in Swedish language
Hello.I'm looking for a partner who can teach me Swedish language and I can teach him or her Arabic or English instead.

Language pair: Swedish; Arabic, Middle Eastern
ahmed khalid
April 24, 2016

# Msgs: 1

Re:Help with English
Hey! My name is Emma, & I am a native English speaker, if you would like any help with that! Russian & Italian seen like pretty interesting languages to learn about as well!

Language pair: English; 
Emma J
April 20, 2016

# Msgs: 3
Latest: May 2, 2016
Re:Using American slang when writing.
Actually, it's not necessarily acceptable in the US, either. I only hear/see it used by people who learned (or are learning) English as a second language or if I were to read my teenagers' text conversations. In normal every day conversation, it is not used.

Language pair: English; German
Becky
April 19, 2016

# Msgs: 2
Latest: April 19, 2016
im a vietnamese and wanna learn english
hello, my name's jasmine 27 years old, im a vietnamese, and i wanna learn english speaking, if you wanna learn vietnamese, you can contact me, so that we can exchange our language. thank you

Language pair: English; 
jasmine ms
April 18, 2016

# Msgs: 1

Re:Why?
Hi Cyryn!

Learning the right pronunciation in English could be the difference between using offensive words or not.

For example:

Beach /bēCH/ Vs. Bitch /biCH/

"I like this beach" instead of "I like this bitch".

OR

Whole/Hole /hōl/ Vs. Whore /hôr/*

"I see a lot of holes in this shirt" instead of "I see a lot of whores in this shirt".

*The last example is more for those who are native to languages that have difficultly with letters that are similar in pronunciation like "L" and "R".

I hope this helps!! ;)


Language pair: English; Filipino (Tagalog)
Jeo
April 12, 2016

# Msgs: 4
Latest: April 12, 2016
Re:why didn't we say buy?
Read (not red) is the past tense of read. Although the present and past tense are spelt the same, they are pronounced differently. READ (present) is pronounced as REED and READ, (past tense) is pronounced RED.

Similarly, BUY is present tense and BOUGHT is past tense so it is incorrect to say, "What is the last book you buy".

Language pair: English; - Other -
Barry Nolan
April 11, 2016

# Msgs: 2
Latest: April 11, 2016
Total found: 11100 !
Pages:  1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9  10  1110  [Next>>]  

Bulletin Board Home Add New Message


Copyright © 2000-2016 MyLanguageExchange.com

Featuring 115 languages, including...
  Learn English online: Learn to speak English freeEnglish (ESL)  Learn Spanish online: Learn to speak Spanish freeSpanish  Learn French online: Learn to speak French freeFrench  Learn Italian online: Learn to speak Italian freeItalian  Learn German online: Learn to speak German freeGerman  Learn Japanese online: Learn to speak Japanese freeJapanese  Learn Korean online: Learn to speak Korean freeKorean 
 Learn Chinese online: Learn to speak Chinese freeChinese  (MandarinCantonese) Learn Portuguese online: Learn to speak Portuguese freePortuguese  Learn Russian online: Learn to speak Russian freeRussian  Learn Thai online: Learn to speak Thai freeThai  Learn Swedish online: Learn to speak Swedish freeSwedish Learn Greek online: Learn to speak Greek freeGreek  Learn Arabic online: Learn to speak Arabic freeArabic 
[ View all languages ] 

  Edit Your Data    Jobs    Help    About Us    Contact Us  
Privacy  Terms of Use  Link to Us