Live girl to chat at free of cost on skype
What’s more, the conversation can continue in a slower pace than it would if you were speaking on Skype.
Your conversation partner can choose whether they reply using text or voice.
Hello Talk acts as the direct interface through which you find a conversation partner and chat, send voice messages or call the people you want to practice with. Simply message them “FI3M” and you'll get 3 months free membership.
This includes unlimited access to Hello Talk’s premium features.
There’s no need to go into the app settings to change your target language.
This is an issue I've had in other language tools when I’ve been learning or practising more than one language.
Hello Talk is a cool new language learning app that serves one purpose: it connects you directly with native speakers, and provides an interface to text and speak with them, all from your smartphone.
There are websites out there that let you search for people to talk with, but with these websites the actual conversation happens on Skype, Google plus, or by telephone. Hello Talk also offers translation options from within the app. This supports the developers to keep the rest of the app free, but I can give you a quick tip to get these tools at no cost….
It's pretty cool that you can scroll past many people and see at a glance where they are from based on the flag shown in the corner of their avatar. Hello Talk works on Android and i OS, so whether you’ve got an i Phone, i Pad, or an Android smartphone or tablet, you’re good to go.As there are over a million Hello Talk users, there’s a good chance of finding somebody in your area.I tested this feature out in Sydney, Australia (where I am at the time of writing) and found 24 people within a few kilometres of me looking for a Chinese-English exchange.If they opt for text, you can use the text-to-voice feature to have a voice synthesizer replicate what they may be saying, as if you were having a voice chat.Mileage in this feature will vary widely depending on the language, how closely you can emulate a native speaker, and of course limitations of the voice recognition system itself.
To find people in your area, just use the search feature to find people who speak the language you are learning, and who want to learn a language that you speak. Generally, I'd stick to using just the live chat feature via the app, rather than arranging a meet-up if you'd prefer to be cautious.