Doing research and preparation before traveling will allow you to have a deeper understanding of the local customs. How do you prepare for your travel? Come and share your preparation tips with the Community! You still have 3 days to participate in our event #TravelMeetsCulture and get the chance to win $10 italki credits!
May 24, 2022 3:41 AM
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Actually a great little hack that I've done is I book a lesson with an italki teacher that lives in the city where I'm visiting. Then I have a lesson and ask them for all their local recommendations... what to see, where to eat, what should I do when I arrive. Since you're paying for the lesson, the teacher usually goes out of their way to give you as much information as possible so that you have a great trip.
May 24, 2022
Hi everyone! My name is Jazmin and I'm from Paraguay, my native languaje is spanish and I'm interested in practice English with someone, I'll have to travel to USA at the end of the year so I have to improve my language. I can help you with your spanish if you help me with my english. Text me out! #LanguagePartner #English #Spanish
May 24, 2022
I would say it's also a great idea to hire a tour guide that can accommodate you throughout your prospective city.
June 14, 2022
Hi everyone, my name is Deni, and i'm from Indonesia , my native language is Indonesia and i'm interested in practice English with someone,I'll have to travel to Singapore in i have to improve my English language. I can help you with your Indonesian, if you help me with my English, text me out.. :)
May 30, 2022
Look for groups on social media, ask for information and directions to safe places, research the temperature, and pack hygiene items, some food and the internet! Making a friend before you go is great luck! #TravelMeetsCulture
May 26, 2022
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