Then it’s over to you and your partner(s) to set up the exchange. You can, for instance, decide to speak French for 20 minutes and then English for 20 minutes, so all the participants can practice. You can grab a coffee (or a beer), go shopping together and talk clothes, or if you’re into art, you might want to meet at an expo and comment on the pieces in two languages. If you’re already a busy Parisian, you can meet at lunch time (or breakfast!) with another busy Parisian and improve your professional vocabulary over a meal. If you’re an English teacher, the app might also be useful for you to reach motivated students…
Anyway, we thought of a lot of ways that Loqacious might be useful but the best way will obviously be your way. It’s an ongoing project and we would love for you to be a part of it. We’re looking for people who won’t be afraid if there are only a few enthusiasts out there with them in the wilderness at the beginning. Soon there’ll be plenty more exchange partners available!
Plus we’ll be organising some language exchange events ourselves before the summer is out.
See you there!
The Loqacious team