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Hvordan går det?
Hvordan går det?
Hello, my skype is ciro_romero20298 I will be online Monday 20 February 2012 if someone wants to practice any language, I am interested in speaking with native and no native speakers, independently of age and sex. The languages I am interested in speaking with native and no native speakers are Scandinavian language, Portuguese, English, French, Spanish, Italian. I will be online from 6:30 pm till 9 PM London time.
Hei, Yoko heter jeg. Kall meg Yokko.
Fra Japan. Jeg bor i Osaka.
Jeg er tjueen-seks.
Jeg er kontorarbeider.
Jer er gal etter AKB48. Det er enhemmelighet.
Please help me to correct the writing!
Jeg hoster og har vondt i halson. Jeg er forkjølet.
All I need is enough rest,og god søvn også.
Jeg håper være alright i morgen.
Ha det bra~~.
Hello folks, how are you?
Hi to anyone actually reading this :)
I've been a member here for a few weeks now and thought I might get more use out of the site than the occasional messages I share with my Spanish speaking friends :) I'll be quite unoriginal and start with a brief introduction;
I'm a Lithuanian student. Since I'm studying Norwegian, I would like to streghten my knowledge of it :) Nevertheless, I also would like to learn other languages.
I'm confident in my English and German skills, so I can help with them along with Lithuanian
To talk without any special target is good, but I feel that at the end, the topics are the same, and the conversations are similar.
I have read that another way of making language exchanges is with rol games. Have you ever tried? Is really more efective than normal talking? Do you know another way?
(Please, feel free to correct my mistakes)
PS: The following Role Play Topics are just a small sample from the game, Roll Play, by Dymon Publications.
A: Invite B to go somewhere this weekend. B: Politely refuse A's invitation.