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    Smile Speaking English.

    Hi there!
    I was thinking, it could be a great opportunity for most non-native English speakers to polish their 'spoken' English by talking with other people by Skype or something similar. I noticed that it's an awful lot easier to get accustomed to a new language and to enrich your vocabulary (words that you can actually remember) if you chat with someone using the language you're studying, be they advanced speakers of that language or just beginners. Besides, it's quite funny..

    ~~My two cents.

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    Re: Speaking English.

    Quote Originally Posted by JediPanda View Post
    Hi there!
    I was thinking, it could be a great opportunity for most non-native English speakers to polish their 'spoken' English by talking with other people by Skype or something similar. I noticed that it's an awful lot easier to get accustomed to a new language and to enrich your vocabulary (words that you can actually remember) if you chat with someone using the language you're studying, be they advanced speakers of that language or just beginners. Besides, it's quite funny..

    ~~My two cents.
    I totally agree

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    Re: Speaking English.

    Quote Originally Posted by JediPanda View Post
    Hi there!
    I was thinking, it could be a great opportunity for most non-native English speakers to polish their 'spoken' English by talking with other people by Skype or something similar. I noticed that it's an awful lot easier to get accustomed to a new language and to enrich your vocabulary (words that you can actually remember) if you chat with someone using the language you're studying, be they advanced speakers of that language or just beginners. Besides, it's quite funny..

    ~~My two cents.
    How is the weather like in Mars?


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    Re: Speaking English.

    Quote Originally Posted by ymnisky View Post
    How is the weather like in Mars?
    Quite pleasant, thank you. A couple of rainbows, some smiling clouds and a drunk Martian leprechaun dancing on a Martian Michel Jackson song. Oh, and an almost full moon (I can hear the Martian werewolves howling) which gets greener and greener.
    ^.^


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    Re: Speaking English.

    Quote Originally Posted by anupumh View Post
    I totally agree
    Glad you do so

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    Re: Speaking English.

    There are language exchange sites where you can try to do that.

    Also, if people want to exchange any contact details here, could you use Private Message or email rather than posting them so that they don't get farmed and used by spammers. Thanks

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    #7

    Re: Speaking English.

    There are language exchange sites where you can try to do that.

    Also, if people want to exchange any contact details here, could you use Private Message or email rather than posting them so that they don't get farmed and used by spammers. Thanks


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    Re: Speaking English.

    Quote Originally Posted by Tdol View Post
    There are language exchange sites where you can try to do that.

    Also, if people want to exchange any contact details here, could you use Private Message or email rather than posting them so that they don't get farmed and used by spammers. Thanks
    Oh, but I had no idea such thing existed!
    Definitely interesting, gotta try it one day ^.^

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