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Looking for someone to help me learn portuguese!
Im trying to learn portuguese, i speak fluent english! Any help would be deeply appreciated :)

Language pair: English; Portuguese
October 29, 2014

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Re:I need to improve my english
I'm happy to help with your Engish as I would like to learn some Italian!

Language pair: Italian; English
Amy Beth Sariñana Scott
October 26, 2014

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Latest: October 26, 2014
Re:Re:Re:How to say 'Fine thank you' in French?
When you're speaking with a friend (or family member ect.) you can say
''ça va, et toi ?" or ''Je vais bien, (merci), et toi ?"
But you don't say really ''thank you -> merci" when you say ''And you -> Et toi"
Sorry for mistakes, but my level of english is bad

Language pair: French; English
October 23, 2014

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Latest: October 23, 2014
Re:How to say 'Help me learn Japanese' in Japanese
'私が日本語を習うことを手伝ってください。' is direct translation. But it is not so natural Japanese.

Variation is below:

Japanese often ommit subject in sentence, if it is obvious. In this case the person who learn Japanese is obvious, so '私' can be omitted in the sentence.

'習う' has a image that someone teach you. '学ぶ' has a image that you proactively learn or practice.

'くれませんか' can be translated 'Could you (do something)'.
This expression gives the feeling 'politeness'.

I hope my comment help you to learn Japanese.

Language pair: Japanese; English
Shinichi Kawamura
October 22, 2014

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Latest: October 22, 2014
Re:Re:Re:Re:I need a language partner
hi!.. I would like to exchange aur languages to improve it.... send me a message...

Language pair: Spanish; English
Pepa moreno
October 19, 2014

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Latest: October 19, 2014
Re:Re:How to say 'Fine thank you' in French?
Thanks for your reply!

I did not fully understand everything you wrote, but "bien, merci" is the answer right? And "bien merci, et vous?" would be "fine thank you, and you?"

Language pair: French; English
October 18, 2014

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Latest: October 23, 2014
Re:Re:How to say 'Fine thank you' in French?

Thanks for responding! I'm not a gold member either, and apparently you're not allowed to give contact info here, so not sure what to do.. unless you don't mind teaching me French like this? :)

Language pair: French; English
October 18, 2014

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Latest: October 23, 2014
I need to improve my english
Hello! I need to improve my English. I use it a lot in my job so I would like to become more fluently especially in speaking. In exchange I would be glad to help in Italian both in grammar and speaking.

Language pair: Italian; English
leonardo duccini
October 17, 2014

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Latest: October 26, 2014
Re:How to say 'Fine thank you' in French?
How to say "Fine thank you" in French.

On dit :" bien, merci " (sous entendu : "je vais bien, merci")
Si la conversation commence par
"bonjour, comment allez vous ? "
l'autre personne répond :
" bien merci " puis elle demande " et vous ?"

Language pair: French; English
October 17, 2014

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Latest: October 23, 2014
Re:Filipino(Tagalog) for Chinese(mandarin)
hi i am Chinese i want study Filipino can you ?

Language pair: Filipino (Tagalog); Chinese, Mandarin
妖妖 star
October 15, 2014

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