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5 Reasons You Should Have an Intercambio While Abroad

Yesterday, I met with my intercambio for the first time. Before getting into details, let’s establish something: What is an intercambio, exactly?

Intercambio: n. A language exchange partner.

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Long lasting friendship from Lexis Korea!

Our previous IELTS student Ms. So-yun, Lee is studying overseas now. She met Ms. Nicole, Anacleto Badotti in London last week! Nicole studied in Lexis Korea this time last year for 3 weeks. 67 more words


Treat yourself like one of your conversation exchange partners

There’s that old chestnut about treating yourself with the same understanding and kindness that you extend to your friends, instead of being hyper-critical and impatient. 242 more words

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Stats in the morning/afternoon, Korean Language Exchange Orientation at 6:30, and Mentor’s Club 1st Cell Meeting at 8:30.

I was one of the unlucky hoes that showed up to KLE sitting and waiting throughout the orientation without a “buddy.” I ended up meeting a cool Spanish chick named Fatima, however, and later got to take a picture of my “buddy’s” information. 264 more words


Being the person they think I am

Language exchange can be a funny thing. Sometimes you end up with a person that you have lots in common with and lots to talk about; other times it seems the only overlap is that you’re both learning a language. 463 more words

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How To Develop Global Competence: Take Language Practice Global on WeSpeke!

Twitter @wespeke 9/4/2014:  “Just met this Peruvian girl on WeSpeke…I’ve got friends around the world.”

What a great tweet from a high school student in Atlanta practicing Spanish on WeSpeke! 413 more words

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International Social – London’s Must-Go Event on Wednesday’s

London, one of Europe’s most buzzing cities has clearly a lot to offer. A hotspot for young people from every part of the world; getting to know new people will be high on many priority lists. 350 more words

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