italki was featured on International Channel Shanghai (ICS)’s “China Untapped” TV show. If you want to know what goes on inside the italki offices, you can see for yourself.
Check us out half-way through the video from 20:15:45 onwards!
Throughout the challenge we will be giving away prizes to challengers who promote us on social media.
We have awarded our first spot prize to @CabildoSpanish on twitter, a free OXFORD English Online Placement Test!!!
For those of you who are taking the challenge, you’re halfway through the language challenge and we know it’s tough, but don’t give up!
Learning a language can be hard, and the number one thing preventing learners from finishing what they start is a drop in motivation.
This post originally appeared on Raising Arrows – a personal blog site run by Amy Roberts. Reposted with her permission.
My oldest daughter, Meg, loves languages. She is taking formal Spanish via a computer program plus teaching herself bits and pieces of several other languages. She’s a quick study; however, she has told me on multiple occasions that she really needs someone to speak the languages with her because the computer lacks the interaction and feedback of a live person.
So, when I learned about italki.com, an online foreign language instruction site that provides teacher/student interaction via Skype sessions, I was hopeful this might be the answer to her dilemma.
Answer would be an understatement.
Language Challenge contestants, how are you doing? It’s only been a week… hopefully you’ve completed a few lessons by now. To help give you some extra motivation, we wanted to share with you a recent email that one of our members (and Community Tutor) sent us. Andrea successfully completed the last language challenge and it helped her become a professional Arabic Translator. Read her story below…