Can someone explain me how this site works?
Apr 12, 2011 3:30 PM
Answers · 3
Ok... ! You have all kinds of resources to learn or practice the language you've chosen. You can find "language partners" who share a common interest (let's say you speak korean and want to learn russian and someone else speaks russian and wants to learn korean... there ! you could annoy... I mean...HELP each other) and BUM!! start practicing (voice or chatting) , you can go to "Groups" to start a discussion or leave comments about what people are discussing currently and also come here to ask (like you did !!!! ) or respond to some questions in order to TRY to help a little bit...oohhh, write notebook entries in the language you are practicing for people to correct them, etc. Of course there's the awkward part : eventually, you would feel like a mouse "followed" by more than 500 cats you don't know... some of them nice, some... well... some just "some ..." (because it's hard to be able to speak with each one of them to know if they are nice or what), some are annoying - like me - and some awful, disgusting and aagghhh... You can always change your mind and run as far as you can from us ... Whatever you decide to do... good luck ! Ciao ^^
April 12, 2011
It is possible that this site does not actually work.
April 12, 2011
Hi, here are 8 easy steps for learning English using Italki resources. 1. Click onto Languages to see which language you want to learn and then the Resources arrow on the pink band on the top right hand side of this Italki page. Then click onto Knowledge for helpful lessons. 2.Click onto Learn English and then your own language. You will see the number of Wikis and Contributions . They indicate the number of resources such as vocab and grammar in your language created by Italki members. For learning English go to: You can also learn English in your own language. 3. If you are a beginner, click onto Marketplace arrow on the pink band on the top left hand side of this Italki page. Go through the Language Teachers' prices. Email an English teacher. Look at: . Click onto Courses and Products as well. 5.If you need language practice, click onto Language Partners on the pink band on the top left hand side of this page and see if there is an English speaker you can email to set up a time to practice at You can also click in someone who speaks your language as well. 6. Click onto Groups on the pink band on the top left hand side of this page and look at the groups you want to join for learning English.For example: Improve your English Group: Click onto: English Writing Group: 7. If you want to post items for discussion you can Click onto Answers and Notebook in the middle of the pink band on this page For instant free online dictionary/ translations, copy/paste your word/ sentence needing translation into which has most languages. 8.There is a free online audio dictionary of English pronunciation. Just click over the pink words to hear them spoken at You can also learn English vocab free online at Free translation online: Copy/paste your text into: http://
April 18, 2011
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