Find your language partner

Find your language partner

26 - 30 years
About me
I speak
Turkish
native
English
fluently
German
basic
I learn
German
21 - 25 years
About me
I speak
German
native
I learn
Spanish
Talk topics
Mit mir kann man über alles reden
> 40 years
About me
I speak
German
fluently
Polish
native
I learn
French
English
Talk topics
Alltag, Reisen
> 40 years
About me
I speak
German
native
English
fluently
Spanish
fluently
Italian
fluently
French
basic
Czech
basic
Polish
basic
I learn
Italian
Spanish
French
Czech
Polish
26 - 30 years
About me
I speak
German
native
English
fluently
I learn
English
Polish

Why a language tandem?

A language tandem is not firmly defined. The only provision is the bilingual dialogue. How, where and when you design this with your language partner is entirely up to your imagination. SprachDuo offers you the first contact! And this is how it works in just a few steps:

  1. Register for free
  2. The use of SprachDuo is free! When creating your profile, you only give brief information about yourself:
  • Your city
  • ...where you would like to find people. If your city is not in the list, please contact us.
  • Your language skills
  • ...definitely your native language! You can also enter additional languages with details of the level.
  • Foreign languages
  • ...that you want to learn or improve in dialogue.
  • In addition, we strongly encourage you to sign up for AEGEE news because it will help you learn more about local free foreign language activities on-site.
  1. After registration you will receive an email from us for confirmation. Then you can also add an image and description in your profile and make further changes.
  1. Find language partners and "ping" them!
  2. Via the search you can find the language partner of your choice. At SprachDuo we send each other so-called pings. So you can get in the first contact with this person and stay in dialogue. You will master you first language tandem easily. Have fun!

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