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A massive 30,000 users are registered at How Do You Do? It will definitely be easy to find a language exchange partner here. can recommend a topic to discuss, which can be helpful if you're not entirely sure what you should talk about.
The website works by having either a one on one chat or a group chat with the users. The tabbed interface makes it really easy to talk to multiple people in private messages if you'd rather not take part in the group chat.
The only thing I don't like about How Do You Do?
is that you can't do an advanced search like a handful of these other language exchange websites allow.
A list of online users are shown on the bottom right of the website, where you can instantly chat with any of them.
You can also add other users as friends as well as send any of them a private or public message to decide how you want to proceed with the language exchange.
If you can't find what you're looking for in a language exchange website, or you'd like additional training, maybe you'd be better off learning on your own.
There are plenty of free language learning websites and free mobile apps that you can access 24/7 without needing to interact with another person.
They can be single sentences or multiple paragraphs, and someone who knows the language can explain where you went wrong.
Take full advantage of free language learning resources with online lessons, games, and worksheets to learn popular languages like English, Spanish, and French.
You can also learn sign language and baby sign language online absolutely free.
Speaky has a translator that's always accessible at the bottom of the page that you can use to translate any text to your native language, or vice versa, for quick help when chatting with someone using a different language.
One option in the settings of your profile will bock all non-native speakers from contacting you.