I need someone to practice my english with on Skype
if you want to practice english, here is my Skype mariovasquezxitamul64, i hope your answer.
Hi: The next time we talk in Spanish language, but now I will answer you in English because is the language of this conversation. Truly, to practice an oral language it is necessary to do it with a native. It is the only way to achieve a good pronunciation. Therefore, if the objective is less ambitious and we try to improve our writing abilities, it is possible to establish a write conversation, more easy, less complicate and it can also to improve our capacities in a certain sense. I am open to start a dialogue where we tell to each other our ways, some interesting experience... not too much personal if you don't want and so on.
Well its interesting that you say that to improve my pronunciation I have to speak with a native, the thing is... USA or UK arent the only countrys with English as first language, so there are a lot of different accents. So the question is, ¿Do you want to help me practice my english on Skype?, and by practice my english I mean a CONVERSATION, talk instead of write.
Ja, well, it seems you are interested on the accent.... Hummm, I can offer you a third way.... Spanish accent. But I think that is not an interesting option for you. Even tough we could understand ourselves, I doubt that it be a good way for us. My cellular phone don't understand me... At the moment don't worry to me... My wife doesn't do it and I can live with that... As well, it will be a enormous responsibility for me ... that in the future, I take the blame of your "pathetic" pronunciation. I would cannot bear such weight over my should.
Hello. I'm new in this website. Are you interesting have an english conversation yet? I would like to try for improve my pronunciation. I'm from México, my Skype is leachvsalgado
Muchas gracias Rossi! me he registrado y la página es genial ya he encontrado una chica para practicar inglés :)
Hi, folks, anyone interested in practising English via Skype? I am Hungarian with a long history of learning the language, but rare oportunities to speak. I am an open-minded 50-year-old journalist, so finding a common topic cannot be a problem.