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Would anyone like to chat in Danish?

Hej! I haven't been learning Danish for a long time but I do feel rather comfortable speaking with others. :)

2 years ago

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zanneytdc
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Hej. You can join the Danish slack group if you haven't already. There's lotsa people there, at the right times.

Here's the invite link: http://danishduolingo.herokuapp.com/

There is a voice chat every Saturday on Teamspeak.

2 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/JaquesCroi

Hej Chloe!

My suggestion is that you try to find users who could be interested in an exchange, them being native danish speakers trying to learn english and you being native english speaker trying to learn danish.

The obvious advantage is that they can correct your mistakes while If - for example - you and I talk, we are likely to make mistakes that go unnoticed to the other side.

The disadvantage is that these "complementary" people are not that easy to find. What I've done here in duo is to pay attention to people that give very good explanations in the discussions and try to find out wether they are danish. And some are danish, believe me. Then try to find out what languages they learn and hope there's a match. If so, I go to their profile walls and try to get in touch with them proposing that exchange.

Then you have other exchange platforms. The two I'm using are the HelloTalk app, with something like 1.3 million users, which has very interesting features and is free. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sZq_Qx06P8c

My other option as of now is https://www.gospeaky.com Which is similar but in a web app

Bedste √łnsker.

Javier

2 years ago

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Have you actually found people who speak Danish on those platforms?

2 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/JaquesCroi

Yes, in both. Being spanish my mother tongue I filter results accordingly, but I've seen many danes wanting to practice their english too.

2 years ago

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Hm, must be my sleep/work schedule then. 'Cause I don't seem to have as much luck.

Also, I just noticed your profile pic is upside down. xD Cute.

2 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/JaquesCroi

Try this one too: http://www.italki.com They don't provide communication tools but focus in the matchmaking between exchange students and between home teachers and students. There you can find certified teachers that can help with your danish via skype for something like 10-15$ an hour, and also (and more relevant to our conversation) exchange partners. A lot of them. The service (when it comes to exchange) is free.

PD: I thought it was the rest of the world that was upside down!!

2 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/NikoloziMu

Ou I would like to. I am studing danish. I really need. I move to Denmark i have to speak in Danish))))

2 years ago

https://www.duolingo.com/shaquibrahman

Did you find any help with the answers? I wanted to level up my Danish speaking skills as I will be moving to Copenhagen in August.

2 years ago