IWTYAL 019: How to find someone to speak with

itunesButtonSteve asks: “The thing I most struggle with is not having anyone to speak with. I live in a rural part of the country so there are no Japanese language courses or classes.”

In this episode:

  • Why it’s important to start speaking
  • Why you won’t necessarily speak very much by taking a language class
  • Where to find people to speak with locally
  • Where to find people to speak with online

Resources featured in this episode:

Places to find language exchanges locally:

Places to find language exchanges and teachers online:

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