These free language exchange websites connect you with people around the world to both help them learn your language as well as help you learn theirs.
Through Conversation Exchange you can have three types of language exchange: face to face conversation by meeting up with native speakers, Correspondence (pen-pal), text and voice chat
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Conversation topics and suggestions on how to break the ice and enliven the conversation
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