without trying to reiterate live mocha, I am looking for a tandem or to create a study group(google hangout) for german and/or brazilian portuguese.
I speak: romanian C2 english C1 french B2 spanish B2+ (married to a mexican) I am learning:
german B1 portuguese A2-
so how would you polyglots feel about it?
I don't know google hangout, I should check it... I know some German, anyway I am all but fluent...
Hey Marziotta, I've added you as friends :)
we can try to speak German and French(seen you're learning).
hey ronnie, where are you from?
for spanish you should try to listen to bachata and salsa song, if you have spotify just search for a bachata playlist, it's very passive, but it does develop your listening skill a lot, and helps you remember words. Bachata and salsa songs are 90% in spanish so you can't go wrong looking for that. If you're in the USA go to salsa classes - a lot of people going there are spanish-speakers. In europe that's not really the case.
Then look for movies. If you're a netflix user just go to foreign movies, put english subtitles, and watch.
and ofc, do a lesson-a-day on duolingo: while songs and movies help the hearing/listening part, duolingo is great for the writing part :)
My biggest tip for you is not to exagerate and make a spanish-speaking movie marathon. but instead to do something in spanish every day :)
im from india, pune & thank you for the info! ...i ll try it when im free, stay in contact :)
Hello, I saw the link to the German group in your profile. Asked to join (my name is Olga Fyodorova). I speak Russian (native), English (fluent), French about B2, German I guess about A1 or A2.
Hi Olga, you're in the group now, I know I haven't really made it official, so this is the link : https://plus.google.com/u/0/communities/106458927019187206531?cfem=1 . it's meant to be a conversation table (stammtisch) for us on duolingo to practice german :).
Hey Lenkvist, you do need a gmail account, and it is a google+ group that I've created, yes.
I've just sent a request for the community :) I'm learning only German at the moment...and also, English isn't my native :)
Hi my name is Tim and I'd like to join the group. I can read basic German pretty well (had 3 years in school, but also forgot a lot), and need practice/experience actually writing and speaking it properly. I live and normally work in the Netherlands, but we're part of a large German company and will be visiting again next week. I have Google+ already.