https://www.duolingo.com/Richierich00769

Anybody on here use italki?

I am interested in using italki, anybody used it?

Rich

3 years ago

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This isn't really a Spanish-specific question, is it?

I use italki and like it.

It's good to "shop around" the various teachers because they each have their own style - then when you find someone that you work well with (and that you can afford), book more lessons.

You can also have two or three "steady" teachers, of course.

3 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/Richierich00769

No need to be touchy about Spanish specific questions :) but thanks for the advice

3 years ago

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I was trying to be helpful by saying that your question would get more exposure if you moved it to the general "Duolingo (in English)" forum.

3 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/Richierich00769

Oh okay sorry, hard to know the context someone means sometimes. I thought you might be one of these over sensitive types. Thanks again for your help.

3 years ago

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i use , there are , others sites too.

3 years ago

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Have used for Mandarin, happy with experience. It provides a dimension (verbal interaction) that duolingo does not provide, so it can be a good complement to duo in language study, just like memrise.com can be a good complement providing pure vocab drills.

3 years ago
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