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How to improve learning a foregin language using appropriate future tools ?
Using tools such as podcast, video conferencing, hologram and computers. Please give your opinions and share your experiences in learning.

Language pair: English; Russian
lips
January 16, 2018

# Msgs: 1

Re:Re:Your strategies for learning a new language
I think that reading a lot helps to improve your cognitive skills. After acquiring a reasonable range of words you may try to do audio listening of dialogues and later start to communicate with someone from the other side of the world via any convenient medium.
Look beyond your horizon and think globally not just glocally.

Have a nice day everyone.

Language pair: English; Japanese
lips
January 16, 2018

# Msgs: 5
Latest: January 16, 2018
Vocabulary
Hi I'm anne and I really want to learn korean language I hope somebody can help me

Language pair: Filipino (Tagalog); Korean
Anne Laxamana
December 25, 2017

# Msgs: 1

Re:Phrase translation
Hi James, I'm fascinated you are so attentive to detail. I'd say, the phrase а так is extremely context dependent in Russian and can have a multitude of meanings. I think more context here would be useful, too but generally the phrase means smth like - well, in general; however, in principle; actually; basically... so, it has some meaning of contrast too:)

Language pair: Russian; English
Sveta
December 23, 2017

# Msgs: 3
Latest: December 23, 2017
Re:Being MORE polite in Korean
Hi! I've been learning Korean for five weeks now and I want to know whether there is a more polite way to 주세요, as in to change the phrase to jondaemal.

Is it too unnatural, or is it a nicer way to speak to others, especially for strangers and those exceptionally older than you. Thanks!

It's awesome, you're studying Korean :)
answering your question, "주세요" can be used for strangers or older people like you said.
but if you want to say it in a formal situation like presentation, meeting, or starngers, you can also say "주시겠어요?

"주세요" and "주시겠어요?" are both "존대말", but "주시겠어요?" is more formal expression.

Hope It helps you~

Language pair: Korean; English
찬영
December 21, 2017

# Msgs: 2
Latest: December 21, 2017
Being MORE polite in Korean
Hi! I've been learning Korean for five weeks now and I want to know whether there is a more polite way to 주세요, as in to change the phrase to jondaemal.

Is it too unnatural, or is it a nicer way to speak to others, especially for strangers and those exceptionally older than you. Thanks!

Language pair: Korean; English
Cathy
December 16, 2017

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Latest: December 21, 2017
How are you ? in bengali form .
How are you ?
In bengali -- tumi kmon aso ?

Language pair: Bengali; English
humayun kabir
December 16, 2017

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Chinese Greetings
Hie,how do you say greetings in chinese

Language pair: Chichewa (Nyanja); English
Grey Ackim
December 12, 2017

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Reading profile descriptions and posting my best revision! Hope it helps!
Reading profile descriptions and posting my best revision! Hope it helps!

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Hello, my name is Natsumi. I am a beginner in English.

I am learning English so that I can talk with people overseas, when I travel, and for work. I would be happy to find someone that can help me improve my English.

If someone reading this wants to learn Japanese, I will teach it.

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Hello,my name is Natsumi
hello, I am currently learning English to talk with overseas people, to travel around the world and to work using English. My English skill is beginner, I would happier if someone fix my English. and also if someone wants to study Japanese i will teach it.

Language pair: English; English
Travis V
November 28, 2017

# Msgs: 1

Re:Phrase translation
Hello, James. My name Sasha. I can explain it phrase to you, if you'll write more texts with this phrase. I think it phrase can meaning at english "simply, no reason". But I'll wanted be sure it.

Language pair: Russian; English
Alex Gromov
November 28, 2017

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