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You can even see when a user was last logged in to The Mixxer, which helps you sift through inactive accounts, as well as view a list of all the currently logged in users, with a link to each profile.
In addition to contacting individual users, you can post publicly accessible writings that any user from The Mixxer can correct you on so as to improve your writing skills.
Conversation Exchange makes it really easy to find someone to help you learn a language.
You can look specifically for a penpal that you can practice reading and writing with, a partner that is willing to talk with you over voice or video chat, and/or for someone you can physically meet up with.
The only thing I don't like about How Do You Do?
is that you can't do an advanced search like a handful of these other language exchange websites allow.
You can also specify if you have a Skype account that you want to share with the public.
Once logged on to the website, you can search for users who can help you learn the language you’re interested in, message or call them on Skype, and send them private messages through The Mixxer.
You can also speak over audio and video with the built-in calling feature.
A massive 30,000 users are registered at How Do You Do? It will definitely be easy to find a language exchange partner here. can recommend a topic to discuss, which can be helpful if you're not entirely sure what you should talk about.
The website works by having either a one on one chat or a group chat with the users. The tabbed interface makes it really easy to talk to multiple people in private messages if you'd rather not take part in the group chat.
Once you've found someone on Conversation Exchange that fits your requirements, you can add them as a contact and send them a private message to get all the details sorted out about how you’ll communicate.
The Mixxer works by having you build a simple user account defining the languages you speak and the ones you want to learn.