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  1. JamesRancho

    travel & share language skills

    Hi, boys and girls. I'm a French learner and I live in Hangzhou at present, recently I've got a new idea about learning a language -- travel in the nearby cities and exchange language skills. If you are happen to be learning chinese, and I am learning french at the same time. ¬_¬ Funny things will happen. As I am quite familiar with cities in China especially the Yangtze River Delta, I can show you around. Cites such as Shanghai, Jiaxing, Suzhou, Hanzhou and so on. Don't worry, hard mode is OK to me, I've traveling to T1bet on my bicycle before, so I can deal with anything. Here comes the most interesting part. HOW DOES IT WORK. While traveling, if we are visiting a place, for example "a commercial street", you tell me in chinese "商业街", I will modify if it's wrong. Then I tell you in french “une rue commerciale”, and you modify it if I am wrong. In a word, I speak unskilled french and you speak unskilled chinese. It will be hard to communicate but we are practicing hard and last all the day. So far, these are my ideas, you can tell me your ideas also. It will be a fantastic and high efficient way to learn a new language. Also, if you want to travel with several people from different regions, that's also interesting, worth to try. Waiting for your news.
  2. Hi there, I've recently arrived in Xiasha and wondering if anyone can help point me in the direction of a school/university to learn Chinese? I'm about HSK 3 but need help with speaking and listening. Also if anyone wants to do a language exchange that could work too :) Please contact me if you can help Thanks
  3. Hello! My name is Anastasiya, I currently live in Hangzhou ( I guess at least for 6 more months:) and participaing in a cultural exchange programm. I would be happy to meet english native speakers to emprove my english (my work enclude interaction with foregners and sometimes I really need advice from natives;))) I will be happy to teach you russian!) I have a lot of interests, sport, languages, diving, Hangzhou exploring;) [please send me private message for my contact information] Cheers!
  4. Hi all, I'm keen on improving my Mandarin, especially speaking and listening. I would like to find a tutor or perhaps try language exchange and see how it goes. Please message me if interested and see if we can meet up and try it. Cheer, Leigh
  5. ¡Hola amigos! I'm a native Spanish speaker from Barcelona (Spain) who is willing to exchange Spanish with Chinese or German, or maybe tutor in Spanish. I have experience working as a Spanish teacher in Shanghai, and lots of materials to help you improve your Spanish skills :) ¡Hasta pronto! :)
  6. Hello I'm gonna attend college in New York this fall so I really want to find a native English speaker to practice my oral English! No further requirement just talk to me and correct my expressions. And I can teach Mandarin for exchange. If you don't need to learn Mandarin I can still pay you. If you are interested just contact me! Looking forward meeting you! : ) [please send me private message for contact information]
  7. Hi Everyone! Im from Brazil and just arrived in Hangzhou it's been 3 weeks now. Was looking for someone who was interested in exchange languages and friendship! I lived in Canada and France, so lucky you lol In my case we could trade portuguese, english or french... Whatever you choose FOR chinese :D Basically daily life vocabulary. I mean I`ve been studying chinese for two years, so I know few words and structure. I Live in Downtown (near Xihu Dadao and Zhonghe Rd.) If you are interested let me know! send me an inbox please. Cheers, Miriam 米 莲
  8. Hi everyone! I'm a future exchange student at Zhejiang University arriving this september in Hangzhou. I've been studying Hindi for about a year now and would really like to continue practicing it, even in China! I can offer French/English classes in exchange~ Thank you and have a great day
  9. Hello! Is there anyone here, who has been studying at the ZUST University as an exchange student? I might go there in September 2014, to study Marketing for 1 semester. I'd like to get some information, such as how many international students are there, how is the school and the lectures, does the school arrange activities for the international students, is there good partying, do you easily go from the city to the campus,... Thank you so much! :) Grtz from Belgium :)
  10. Hi, I am a French student, I have been living in Hangzhou for almost a year so far. I started studying Chinese two months ago. But as I HATE studying a language with books, I wish I can find a Chinese person (male or female, young or old, I don't care about this) willing to learn or improve his/her French or English. Feel free to contact me, I hope we'll have the opportunity to exchange each other soon! [please send me private message for contact information]
  11. 大家好! Hey everyone, My name is Yasmin, I'm moving to Hangzhou at the end of January 2014 for a 6 month exchange program at Zheda. WOOH! I study business, mandarin and asian studies (a mix of politics, history and social subjects) at UQ in Brisbane. I'm going to China to improve my chinese and have an awesome adventure. I already know I'm going to have have some fun finding a place to rent and sorting out my subjects :), I'd love to talk to anyone who has some advice about moving there, about Zhejiang Uni, or anything else really. :D