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Thursday, March 6th, 2014
1:13 pm
[reiterdertier]
I teach English!
Меня зовут Джесска Вууд, мне 27 лет и я занимаюсь частными уроками английского языка и не говорю по русски.

Живу, работаю и учусь в г. Хьюстон, штат Техас, США. Преподаю английский детям и взрослым. Живой, богатй настоящий американский язык.

Я помогу Вам преодолеть барьер и научиться произношению, выучить много слов и построить грамотную речь. Так же как и говорим мы, американцы. А Вы можете рассказать мне о России, ведь я собираюсь переехать и жить в Москве!

Цена чисто символическая, $10 за 30 минут, минимум час, так как пол часа это совсем мало!

Приятный и дружелюбный собеседник, всегда хорошее время препровождение, а так же полезное для разговорного английского!

Оплату Вы можете осуществлять наличными в Москве!Skype:jesswood86
Thursday, October 29th, 2009
11:19 pm
[jenniew3478]
enjoy
 hi
 I  need  someone  who is  fluent   reading  in english  and  spanish   I  would  like  him  to  translate  a  book  I  want  to  enjoy  named  los  ojos  de  me  princessa .  Please  write  if  you  want  to  volunteer.  . 
Saturday, March 28th, 2009
4:15 pm
[m_p]
Please recommend a good textbook/course of Italian
Always wanted to learn Italian. Can anyone recommend a good textbook/course? I am pretty visual, I don't think I can get much out of a "course on tapes". I've never tried learning a foreign language any other way but though a good old fashioned class at school. But that was long ago and I don't have time for that now. Is there anything new/improved/miraculous out there?
Will be grateful for your help!

Current Mood: Italian
Wednesday, March 25th, 2009
7:05 pm
[bezoomniy]
your opinion is needed!

Hi ,

 

I'm writing a graduation thesis about individualism in French and English-speaking countries now and I'd really appreciate if you'd give me your opinion:

list at least three assosiations which come up to ur head when u hear the word "individualism".
Please, answer in French if you are from a French speaking country and in English if you are from an English speaking country

Thank you a lot for your help :)

Tuesday, May 20th, 2008
11:22 am
[funkeymonky]
Все кто хочет попрактиковать португальский язык,
неравнодушен к Бразильской культуре

приходите на сайт www.axecapoeira.ru
и приходите к нам в гости на Roda

В этом месте Вам всегда будут рады
вас внимательно выслушают
помогут
объяснят
посоветуют.

поют танцуют смеются играют на музыкальных инструментах
говорят на португальском

Я с лета буду помогать новичкам осваивать азы португальского языка.

До встречи.
Wednesday, December 26th, 2007
4:29 pm
[web_odonata]
if you learn russian it might be useful
 Hi everybody! If you need Russian language you might find this address helpful:
www.lingvo.com – the new site of the most famous Russian Dictionary software..
There are 2 interesting services: free online dictionary, can translate Russian to English, German, French, Italian, Spanish online.
and human online translation into numerous languages (paid).
Saturday, May 26th, 2007
2:22 pm
[mgpulingv]
Seeking some help
Greetings to everyone,

I'm writing a course paper on political correctness in a Moscow-based university, and i desperately need several native speakes of English to fill in a short questionnaire to get relevant numbers. Could someone spare a minute and do this, please?

Your help will be invaluable, thanks !!!
Tuesday, May 22nd, 2007
9:04 am
[del_me]
Future progressive passive voice
Hi, my name is Eli and i'll be glad if anyone helps me.
Is it possible to use passive voice with future progressive and future perfect progressive tenses? For example, how should i turn the sentence "I will be washing my car from 11 to 3 tomorrow" into passive voice? "My car wil..."
Thanks in advance and sorry for any mistakes.

x-posted: grammarpolice, foreignlanguage, one_language
Monday, April 30th, 2007
12:29 am
[glassvcelloc25]
Czech
Hi!
I'm a freshman in highschool who is planning on taking a gap year to go to Prague possibly and I am interested in learning Czech, however, I have no idea as to where I should start. Any suggestions?
Thursday, April 26th, 2007
3:54 pm
[wordsbreakeasy]
I've always wanted to be fluent in Spanish. My dad is Dominican, but he's always very busy, and was when I was little so I didn't grow up just knowing the language. I know things here and there from him, but I wasn't brought up bilingual or anything close to it. I took Spanish in all four years of high school, and loved it very much, but am not taking anything in college. I go to a community college and taking their "Conversational Spanish" and "Elementary Spanish" would just be a waste of time according to my Spanish teacher in high school.

I want to be fluent in this language, I love it so much. It would really help my nursing career, and I would love to be able to talk to my Dominican family. I've tried to keep penpals, but it's so hard to find someone who is really committed to learning English like I am to learning Spanish, so they always fall apart. I don't really have the money or time to study abroad, I'm really focused on getting my nursing degrees as soon as possible. More than anything, I want to raise my kids in two languages.

Is there anything you guys can suggest? What is a realistic goal for becoming fluent, time-wise? How did some of you become fluent? Did any of you teach yourselves out of a textbook or use programs?

xposted everywhere
Thursday, January 25th, 2007
6:38 pm
[gbanger]
swedish.
just recently i've become more interested with the swedish language. it seems a relatively simple language to learn and a few verbs and words resemble some german and english words too. i speak german too. i've done lots of research in the past week to see if anybody in my city offers swedish tuition however i came to no avail. :( the only way i could do it is to study swedish at melbourne university. I live in adelaide in south australia.

so yeah if anyone has any pointers for me to start learning swedish, i'd be eternally grateful.
failing that, i guess i'll call up IKEA :P hehe.

Thank you.
Tuesday, January 23rd, 2007
1:38 am
[nhainyan]
Hi there)
We're two students from Moscow, English majors, in the middle of linguistic research at our university. We need several native speakers of English to fill in either of two short tests (or both of em :-). Your help would be invaluable. We can't do it ourselves, 'cause only native speakers possess the needed sense of the 'mother' language.

test 1
test 2
Please, could you assess the propriety of the sentences given in the tests?

P.S. Please feel encouraged to turn to us if you need any help with Russian in return :-)
Wednesday, January 17th, 2007
12:57 am
[ya__maha]
hi! im russian and want to improve my english.
so if u can help me or if i  can make your russian better , write plz)
Sunday, January 14th, 2007
1:28 am
[jarnspoken]
Hi to this community :D

hei, if any finnish speakers out there want some help with swedish work, and would like to teach me finnish I would be really happy :)
I lived in sweden a year, and can speak fluently, so I can help as practice, but small grammar rules are a bit difficult to explain for me, though ill try my hardest :)

Thanks
MvH
Mike
Wednesday, December 27th, 2006
5:21 am
[lilytribal]
heya my name is lisa^^
I'm from Germany and I'd be glad if I could help anyone learning German
I just started to learn Japanese and I also wanna improve my English ^__^
Tuesday, December 19th, 2006
9:35 pm
[maryweasley]
I'm Anna from Poland. I would like to improve my English, or help somebody with Polish.
1:36 am
[breath_o_f_wind]
Hello! I'm Nataly and I'm from Russia. I created my journal, because I want to practise my english. I will be glade to chat with you in my/your journal or by mail: pesni.vetra@rambler.ru
Saturday, November 11th, 2006
10:09 pm
[tofufu]
Exchange of Russian for English and Russian for Dutch
Hello! My name is Katja. I am 25, Russian.
Now I am living and doing my PhD in the Netherlands.
It would be great to find somebody in Amsterdam who wants to learn Russian in exchange for English or Dutch.

Actually I need to improve my English and looking for any English native speakers here in Amsterdam to have an advantage to meet.

Another thing - I also want to start speaking Dutch (I already can understand some basic phrases because I've followed a course of Dutch for absolutely beginners).

My e-mail is e-ermilovaREMOVE_THIS@yandex.ru.
Tuesday, October 31st, 2006
10:15 pm
[phactorial]
tongues!
Hi all! I'm actually a physics major at UNC-Chapel Hill, but I love learning languages. I would love for someone to help teach me Greek. I could teach Chinese (modern standard Mandarin) and Latin to anyone interested. I also know a bit of Portuguese but wouldn't be of any help beyond beginner levels.
Monday, October 9th, 2006
1:33 pm
[aliskabatcat]
http://community.livejournal.com/russe_francais/profile


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