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Language
Practicing
Language
Description

Ana Marija

July 29, 2014
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Serbia
(Novi Sad)
Serbian (Serbo-Croatian)
English
French
Spanish
Hebrew
Esperanto
Hello, my name is Ana Maria. I'm from Serbia, so Serbian is my native language. I also speak English and a little bit of Spanish and French. I would like to improve my languages and hopefully make some friends from the other side of the world. :) I really enjoy learning new things and making good friends. If you are interested in exchanging 'a cup of conversation' with me, feel free to write. I am very open-minded and excited to 'meet' you! :)

Charlotte

July 29, 2014
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Serbia
(Belgrade)
French
English
I am a French speaker. I learned English in France (all my thanks to the free, mandatory and laic french education system...) and over years in different countries. I need to improve my english. More specifically, I wish some native English speakers may help me to get rid of my French accent. In return, I can try to help with practicing French :)

Sanya

July 29, 2014
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Serbia
(Nis)
Serbian (Serbo-Croatian)
Russian
I am interested in languages.I decided to learn russian because it's quite similar to my native,serbian language,but on the other side there are differences.I would like to talk to russians.

Srbin

July 29, 2014
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Serbia
(Nis)
Serbian (Serbo-Croatian)
Russian
...

Maria

July 29, 2014
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Serbia
(Serbia)
Serbian (Serbo-Croatian)
Russian
English
Serbian (Serbo-Croatian)
Hi, my name is Maria, I am 37, my native language is Serbian, and I would like to practice English and Russian.

Nikola

July 29, 2014
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Serbia
(Belgrade)
Serbian (Serbo-Croatian)
Russian
Hi! :) I'm 28 and I live in Belgrade. I like russian films and culture, and I would like to learn russian language. If you need help with serbian feel free to contact me. :) sk lakovicnikola

Marie

July 28, 2014
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Serbia
(Belgrade)
English
Serbian (Serbo-Croatian)
Japanese
I studied Japanese in high school and now I wish to continue on college. I mainly wish to learn some of the every day phrases, slang and expressions you don't get to read in your standard books. So, if anyone's willing to give me a hand in this, I'll be incredibly thankful! :3

bbaza

July 28, 2014
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Serbia
(Belgrade)
Serbian (Serbo-Croatian)
Italian
I starting learn Italian and wat find partner for practice.

Guernica

July 28, 2014
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Serbia
(Belgrado)
Serbian (Serbo-Croatian)
Spanish
English
Greek
If you talk to a man in a language he understands, that goes to his head. If you talk to him in his language, that goes to his heart.Nelson Mandela Learning a new language might not be all that easy, but there are many benefits like:the first reason is because I will have a lot more culture,the second is because people will like me,the third is because i will discover so much,the fourth is because i will develop my mind and finally the fifth reason why i should learn another language is because it's fun.

Yevgeniya

July 28, 2014
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Serbia
(Belgrade)
Russian
Serbian (Serbo-Croatian)
Russian native speaker. Practicing my Serbian (intermediate level).
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