can we exchange language study?

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Hello, I look for the person who help me and I help hem in learning the Spanish language, and all other languages

pleas if whant to be my friend
add me my email is

Hola, busco a la persona que me ayuda y me ayuda dobladillo en el aprendizaje de español, y todos los demás idiomas

Motivos si quieres ser mi amigo
Añadir mi correo electrónico es...

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updated JUL 2, 2009
posted by nanoome

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Hello Lucia! Spanish is a pretty easy language to learn, (I think). Good luck with your studies, ¡Buenos días!

updated JUL 2, 2009
posted by eric_collins
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im interested to know molre about spanish language...why dont we help each other for that'buenos dias! grin

updated JUL 2, 2009
posted by Lucia-Bellan
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Just looking at a line of text in Latin letters and one in Chinese characters one can't help but notice the difference in density of text characters. Do you go through ink cartridges or toner a lot faster when you write in Chinese compared to Romance languages?

You have such a strange mind!

Funny, that is a thought that would naturally occur to me, too. My wife thinks it is strange when I come out with "completely out-of-the-blue, off-topic" comments like that.

updated JUN 22, 2009
posted by hhmdirocco
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When I finish learning Spanish, I will beging learning French, but Japanese, Chinese, Korean, Hebrew, Arabic. Languages that don't have the same alephbet, or the same letters with mabey accents as English looks IMPOSSIBLE for me TO LEARN!

updated JUN 18, 2009
posted by eric_collins
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of course .welcome!

updated JUN 11, 2009
posted by kittymimi
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May I include my "Chinese" Thanks to Lazarus here '? tongue wink

Welcome to the forum, Kitty smile

updated JUN 10, 2009
posted by 00494d19
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cheese

updated JUN 10, 2009
posted by 00b83c38
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I suppose what I am asking is whether one of those Chinese symbols represents a letter or a word, phrase, concept, etc.?

Chinese characters are called "ideograms", because they convey an idea rather than the sound of a word. Many words can be written with one character, although most words require more than one (but not nearly as many as our alphabet)

So, yes, you do get some compensation. The downside is that you need to know about a thousand characters before you can read anything. Keep that in mind next time you think Spanish verbs are difficult.

updated JUN 10, 2009
posted by 00719c95
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Hi,woajiaoRober
from your name i guess that you are learning chinese.So happy to chat with you,your spanish is fluent,my chinese is fluent,hope we can teach eachother in future.Do you have MSN or skype so that we can speak by MIC phone online!
Thanks !

updated JUN 10, 2009
posted by kittymimi
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What does compensention mean?

It means that I can't type or I can't spell, one or the other. (or both)

compensation

I suppose what I am asking is whether one of those Chinese symbols represents a letter or a word, phrase, concept, etc.'

updated JUN 10, 2009
posted by 0074b507
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What does compensention mean'

updated JUN 10, 2009
posted by 00b83c38
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Just looking at a line of text in Latin letters and one in Chinese characters one can't help but notice the difference in density of text characters. Do you go through ink cartridges or toner a lot faster when you write in Chinese compared to Romance languages?
Is there some compensention? Can you express a concept with less Chinese characters than latin letters'

updated JUN 10, 2009
posted by 0074b507
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updated JUN 10, 2009
posted by 00b83c38
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I have met one language partner via Craig's List, but I would prefer to see some type of exchange (intercambio) board where offers to exhange could be posted by city....

updated JUN 10, 2009
posted by john100
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updated JUN 10, 2009
posted by 00b83c38