Hi, my name is Kim. I am a native mandarin speaker who's also fluent in English. I live in Colorado at the moment and I'm a sophomore majoring in Chemical Engineering. I'd like to get a little help improving my Japanese. Please feel free to reach out to me if you are interested. Happy learning!
I'm an American currently living in Italy. I've also been to Ecuador and Panama. I also want to learn Japanese because I've always been intrigued by the language; I like the way it sounds. I'm also interested in Japan and Japanese culture. I like reading, writing fiction, making new friends and doing geek stuff like playing video games or watching anime.
I guess I'm a hobby learner. Makes for slow progress, but that's all right. I like making lots of new friends. Getting different perspectives from people around the world helps me become a better writer.
Feel free to contact me. : )
Hello, everyone! I have a bachelor's degree in English, and I'm working on a second bachelor's in Spanish. I have tutored in English before, and I'd love to help you learn the language! I just ask that you help me learn your language in return. :)
French: I have taken four years of French, but that was over a decade ago, and I'm a bit rusty. I've spent one hour at Ax-Les-Thermes and one hour at the CDG airport. :) I'm interested in making a pilgrimage to Lourdes and exploring the chateaux of the Loire Valley. I still listen to Alizee's "J'en ai marre" and Coeur de Pirate's "Blonde" album.
Spanish: At the university level, I have completed one 300-level and one 400-level Spanish course. I've done research at the Library of Congress for the latter course. Travel-wise, I've been to Spain, Andorra, the Philippines, Mexico, Peru, and Ecuador, including the Galapagos Islands. I've met Don Omar. I'm thinking about becoming an immigration lawyer.
Ukrainian: I'm a beginner, but I'm into Volodymyr Zelenskyy, Olya Polyakova, and Discoteka Avariya! I've watched his show on the Kvartal95 website, and I watch her and their music videos on Youtube. I've also watched people throw papers in the Verkhovna Rada. I think Ukraine has wonderful potential, and I've taught myself to read Cyrillic. Kak dyla?
Korean: I took a year of Korean at my first college. I joined the Korean Students Association and learned how to make japchae. I have a hanbok and would love to see a hanok! Years ago, I read "And So Flows History" by Han Moo-Sook. I marvel at South Korea's rapid speed of industrialization and wonder if it can be replicated elsewhere.
Hi there, my new years resolution is to learn 3 languages this year. I aim to end the year speaking Polish, Portuguese and Italian. Will you help me with that? hehe
In exchange I can definetely help you with Spanish :)