Hi, I'm christian. It's coming the world games 2013 in colombia, so many people (turist) are going to come here. I'll be a volunteer, and I have to speak with them. Someone wants to speak with me? I need to practice. :D
I speak English fluently (I'm currently learning Spanish). I can help you if you want.
hello i want to speak english and i need your help, i can to help you to speak spanish
Gracias, eso me ayudaria mucho. De donde eres? Soy de San Diego, California. Es "eso" correcto en esta oración?
Thanks, that would help a lot. Where are you from? I'm from San Diego, California. Is "eso" correct in that sentence?
También, es más correcto decir "I can help you" que "I can to help you". No necesitas decir "to" si ya habías conjugado una palabra.
ok gracias por tu ayuda respecto a tu oraciones están perfectas si estas interesado en mi ayuda puedes darme tu numero de teléfono y yo te llamare solo dime la hora.
Hey, what's up? Today is the last week of school for me and I can't wait for summer!
Hi Christian, my name is Herbert, I'm interested in practice my english as well, so if you want we can practice through skype, is it cool? let me know, send me a message ok
"hello well" isn't correct; I think you're trying to say something like "I'm fine" or "I'm doing well"
Por lo general, se hace referencia a la idioma misma.
Por ejemplo: "My english is very bad"
O en mi caso, "My spanish is really bad" :P
Hi. It's better to say: "se hace referencia al mismo idioma" ("idioma" is a male noun, even it finishes with "a") ;)
P.D.: Please, correct me if I make a mistake :P
Oh, thanks! I wasn't aware of that. I still have trouble saying "todos los días" as well :P
I don't see any mistakes, except that we say "P.S" instead of "P.D", but obviously that's very minor.
hi all, im new in this chat, i want to train more my english talking with people.
A more natural way to phrase it would be "I want to improve my English by talking with people"
Hi there! I´m honduran and I wanna do friends, I love the Videogames, Anime, Draw, Sing, Rock, Reading, Learn Japanesse, English and Spanish too. Someone wants to?
Hi, how's it going? En Inglés se dice "make friends", no "do friends". "Hacer" means both "to do" and "to make", so that's probably why you are confused.
Also, you don't need to say "I love THE videogames", you would just say "I love videogames". The best way to write that whole sentence would be "I love videogames, anime, drawing, singing, rock, and reading, and I'm learning Japanese, English, and Spanish too."