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The Mixxer is a free language exchange site using WhatsApp, Skype and Zoom by Dickinson College

 

The Mixxer is designed to connect language learners around the world so that everyone is both student and teacher. Signup for free to find a language partner. Help them practice your native language while they help you practice theirs.

 

Language Partner

FIND A LANGUAGE PARTNER

Live chat with users on the site. Offline users receive an email.

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TALK TO THEM ONLINE

Practice speaking with your language partner via WhatsApp, Skype, Zoom or app of your choice

Practice Writing

PRACTICE WRITING

Write a paragraph and receive corrections from native speaker. Return the favor to others writing in your native language.

 

New Members

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danielscholtes
Learning: Japanese
Native Language: Dutch, Native Language: English, Native Language: Hebrew
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danielscholtes
Learning: Japanese
Native Language: Dutch, Native Language: English, Native Language: Hebrew
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danielscholtes
Learning: Japanese
Native Language: Dutch, Native Language: English, Native Language: Hebrew
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edas
Learning: German
Native Language: Turkish
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Antonio Ortega Rivas
Learning: English
Native Language: Spanish
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Sathya_731
Learning: Chinese-MinNan, Learning: German, Learning: Hindi
Native Language: Tamil
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laurasotovargas
Learning: English, Learning: French
Native Language: Spanish
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MMCCFF
Learning: English
Native Language: Spanish
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Marcelo Cevallos Fajardo
Learning: English
Native Language: Spanish

ABOUT THE MIXXER

The Mixxer is an entirely free non-profit website hosted by Dickinson College. The site is open to anyone looking to practice a with a native speaker in exchange for help with their own. Once registered, users can contact potential language exchange partners via live chat on the site. Members can practice speaking with the language partner via Skype or improve their writing by submitting a writing sample and asking for corrections from native speakers. Those using the writing function are asked to return the favor by correcting short samples in their native language. Our guidelines are very simple. Members are here to practice a language (this is an educational site, not a dating site), and everyone agrees to be respectful and courteous to all users at all times. Welcome to our community where everyone is both teacher and learner.

TEACHERS

Teachers - Are you a professional teacher? If so, you can connect your students with native speakers via written posts or Skype during or after class hours Interested? Sign up then email me at bryantt@dickinson.edu requesting teacher permissions. I'll just need something to verify you're a teacher and not a spammer. :)