How to have a lot native speakers as your friends in Italk?

Hi everybody

Yesterday I opened my profile and find out there is somebody sent me a message. 

It says that "Hello!, I'm pretty sure that Italk is not like any other social network. My love to Italk increase everytime I sign in. I don't think I'm in the middle of nowhere, I know there is a lot of native speakers of all the languages I learn. If I were in facebook or Twitter it would be very simple to find and add them in my profile but in here things get so complicated. I would like to know how to convince native speakers of any language to stay intouch with you without any problem, even though I like being here but I still feel soo lonely when I'm in here becouse I have no friend." 

So I decided to make it as discussion to make things so easier.

I'm looking forward to hear your opinions.


Dec 24, 2014 5:20 AM
Comments · 12

The language partner search function is easy to use and allows you to filter your search for native speakers.

December 24, 2014

That's true this isn't Facebook or other social networks. This site is established so that you can find your tutor here or you can teach someone. But still you can find someone for exchanging the language. I'm pretty sure there are a lot of people you can chat with them. And after some time when you're accustomed to each other, you can ask him/her about his/her profile on Facebook.

December 24, 2014

It is easy to make friend here, I think. The matter is just we can arrange time to chat or not. Main purpose of registration here is to learn, to read, to write...So I dont feel lonley at all. Send sms to someone if u want to chat,  write somethings and u will get help from native speakers. Good luck

December 24, 2014
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Language Skills
Chinese (Mandarin), English, Spanish, Swahili
Learning Language
Chinese (Mandarin), Spanish