Luckily, the Web has no shortage of people with whom you can practice a language.We will see that online language partners can be found at at least three places: Let's start off with the obvious; language exchange websites and apps.I have been doing language exchanges since I studied abroad in Russia in 2003.I was teaching English to some university students, and sometimes I would meet one of my students outside of class.Generally speaking, there are two types of language partners: We're going to focus on the first type because they are more convenient (you don't need to move away from your computer to meet them).But I will also say a word or two about the second type, because they can represent a significant source of practice for you.Sure, it is not likely work in the countryside but in urban areas like Paris, London, Berlin, New York and other cities, there should be enough people offering different combinations of languages and eager to learn a new language in order to build a decent customer base, right?Both simply set date and time, meet and start learning. A while back I wrote a post about Andrew Playford’s Lingomatch that had been based on exactly this idea but from what I heard Lingomatch apparently pivoted and although at present day I cannot tell you precisely into what but I’m sure we’re going to find out soon.
You can find people there who are eager to learn one or more languages.
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So, they will readily practice a language with you.
It gets better: You don't even have to ask them to teach you the language; all you need to do is practice it with them.