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Russian Speakers Available between 5:15pm - 6pm or 8:30am - 9am Moscow Time It's really difficult to find a language partner for Russian with the time difference. Those 2 times work best for me almost every day. Most Russian speakers live in the same timezone as Moscow so see if it works for you too. Right now my focus is just on learning pronunciation by repeating words so it can be a 1:4 or 2:3 balance of Russian to English. 
Feb 18, 2018 2:27 PM
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Maybe, it'll be better for you to converse with people in Russia through recorded messages? And then, in your turn, you'll receive recorded messages too, with corrections.
February 19, 2018
I think that this time is comfortable for me
February 18, 2018
Yeah 9 time zones but so few people living even 3 zones outside Moscow time.
February 18, 2018

I am surprised! A lot of Russian speakers are looking for English speakers for language exchange. Russia is very big. By time zone it's from UTC + 2 to UTC + 12. And anyone who wants to practice Russian can easily find himself an interlocutor.

For example, I am UTC + 7 (msk +4). The time you indicated for Moscow will be 9:15 p.m. - 10 p.m. or 12:30 p.m. - 1 p.m. Both interval are convenient for me.

The truth is to admit, my level of English is beginner

February 18, 2018
Language Skills
Afrikaans, Chinese (Cantonese), English, German, Russian, Spanish, Xhosa, Zulu
Learning Language
Afrikaans, Chinese (Cantonese), German, Russian, Spanish, Xhosa, Zulu