Cresco Pen Pals (Pen Friends) : Email Exchange of Language and Cultures (Penpals)

Cresco Pen Pals (Pen Friends)

Email Exchange of Language and Cultures (Penpals)

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A language exchange with a pen pal from Cresco is an excellent way to make a friend from Cresco, learn about its culture and improve your foreign language skills.

This type of exchange is suitable for langauge learners of all skill levels, even beginners. Because you have a common goal to help each other learn while discussing common interests, you are likely to make meaningful friendships.

Compared to live conversation, there is less pressure, because you can take your time to use a dictionary or refer to your lessons at a time of your convenience. It is also a great way to improve your writing, reading and grammar skills.



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Here are 11 of our most recent Cresco pen pals that could become your pen friends.

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Name Country
(City)
Native Language Practicing Language Description

Brittany

February 21, 2005
United States
(Cresco)
English
Japanese
Konichiwa! My name is Brittany. I live in America, and I am very fluent In English. This year I have a class assignment due at the end of the year to learn a language and write a small essay in that language...But I've always wanted to learn Japanese, and I'm willing to teach English in exchange. Even though We don't have to learn the entire language, and only just enough so we can write our essay, I'm very eager to learn as much as I can. Anyone who is willing to learn English, I would be very happy to teach it in exchange for learning Japanese.

Cassandra

January 9, 2004
United States
(Cresco)
English
Italian
I am 15 years old and seeking someone in my age group to teach how to speak italian but you see I am italian but I don't know anything in italian so can anyone help me

Heidi

August 2, 2005
United States
(Cresco)
English
Portuguese
I am from the USA and I am interested in learning Portuguse as my husband and I have recently befriended a missionary's son from Brazil and we are interested in learning about Brazil and it's culture and language.

Jarrod

September 8, 2014
United States
(Cresco)
English
English
Hi, my name is Jarrod, I live in the USA, and I want to meet people from around the world, I am 16 years old. I do not have a premium account on this website, so if you want to contact me, you'll have to send me a message on how I can contact you.

jenna

March 14, 2008
United States
(cresco)
English
Spanish
i am 26 years old i have 3 kids. all 3 of my kids are mexican american my oldest is a girl who is six and she speaks both spanish and enish. i also speak both i am a cna taking some time off but right now working on a goat farm for 15.75 an hour. i like spending time with my kids and family and friends.

Joan

February 8, 2006
United States
(Cresco)
English
Czech
I live in a small town after a lifetime in a rural area. I have always had a love of language and words. I like to read and do some creative writing. As a child I spoke Czech for the first 3 years of my life. My grandfather came from Czechoslovkia when he was 16.

Karlene

November 15, 2007
United States
(Cresco)
English
Swedish
I am a 73 year old senior citizen. I lived in Sweden years ago and would love to hear from people living there now. I would like to try and learn the language again. I spoke and wrote Swedish quite well when I left Stockholm. In exchange I would be glad to help anyone with English. I live in the Northeast part of the United States, 90 miles from New York City.

Kristen

October 18, 2005
United States
(Cresco)
English
French
Je m'appelle Kristen. J'habite Etates Unis.

Raven

November 17, 2001
United States
(Cresco)
English
Japanese
I'm 15 and i lve to draw and write and watch cartoons. I want to learn this language because it is always fun to try something new. And I really love the culture and I want to learn more about it.

Taylor

February 4, 2003
United States
(Cresco)
English
Russian
I am 18 years old and I live in a small town in Iowa. I want to learn Russian because in a near-by town there are many Russian that live there and a lot of them are my friends. I just think that it wuld be cool to be able to talk to them in their native language. Also, I think that it is a really cool language.

Tisha

September 8, 2010
United States
(Cresco)
English
Spanish
I have a class of ten students wanting pen pals from a Spanish speaking country.

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