German practice via Skype?

sfpugh April 27, 2017, 3:10 pm
I wonder if anyone is interested in trying out Skype to practice conversation.
I am working on level 2 at the moment, but I haven't done level 1 as I did the Rosetta beginners course. One of the features was to allow voice conversations between learners which was good for practice although not always easy to find a partner.
I am in the UK so I am on british summer time (GMT +1).
German practice via Skype?
jolietil May 10, 2017, 1:28 am
I know there are special tutors  that you can hire to teach you via Skype.
German practice via Skype?
sfpugh May 10, 2017, 7:40 am
Thanks for replying, yes there do seem to be several wibsites offering this. I did see that someone using Rocket Italian was using and liked it.

I was thinking of practice between learners, I think it would be good practice to try to have a simple conversation with someone even if there are a few mistakes. 

German practice via Skype?

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