Tokyo volunteer
I wish Italki has the audio message function. I think Italki is a good site and app for learning multiple languages. However, I wish it has the audio message function, too.

I'm focusing on practice speaking American  English, but I can't practice here. I mean, I always take lessons on Skype. So I have to decide which app to use to practice speaking in our target language when I find some language exchange friends.
 Most users here prefer to Skype on the pc, so I rarely do Skype because my free time is always midnight in US and Canada. If it has audio message here, I can practice listening and speaking English more. Why most people hesitate to use the audio message function?
What do you think? 

May 28, 2019 12:37 PM
Comments · 8
Thank you for the comment. I learned some new vocabulary from you.
May 28, 2019
 I am totally agree . the only thing irks me here is people can not send audio file , I wish they could find a wany to solve this problem 
May 28, 2019
Thank you for these comments. I also take English lessons once a week, try to listen pod casts, videos how to speak English, study some vocabulary and idioms every day.
 However, speaking English is the most difficult for learning English.English has more sounds than Japanese. I'm still struggling with it.
My ideal environment is always able to hear English sounds even though I live in Japan
May 28, 2019
I agree with you!
May 28, 2019
It may not be as useful to you, but you can always work by recording your audio when the time is available to you and the people you practice with can listen and respond when the time is appropriate for them. This isn't as good as instant feedback when you are live, but it is better than nothing at all.
May 28, 2019
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Tokyo volunteer
Language Skills
English, Japanese
Learning Language
English