English with Kirsty – episode 62
Language exchanges – interview with Christine Konstantinidis
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Picture of Christine with her language exchange partner Carlos in Valencia, Spain.
In this episode, I interview Christine Konstantinidis about her experiences of language tandems, otherwise known as language exchanges.
Christine tells us about her recent trip to Valencia, where she met her language exchange partner, Carlos.
She also gives us tips about organising language exchanges and explains how she has benefited from them.
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More about Christine
Hi, I’m Christine, I’m German and a language teacher for several languages (mostly Italian). Besides this, I run the blog “Erfolgreiches Sprachenlernen”, work as a freelancer for two companies, and have a real passion for everything related to languages, learning techniques and time management. I speak German, English, French, Italian and Spanish, and I can translate Latin texts. I have also begun to learn Dutch and Portuguese, but having so many other projects I had to stop learning on a regular basis. Last year, I published my first book “Sprachen lernen – Tolle Tipps und Tricks”. I’m planning to start an Italian blog, but at the moment I’m struggling a bit with technological problems.
The link to the University of Bochum, which I mentioned in my interview, is inactive at the moment (it shows “under construction”).
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