Babelvillage - language exchange ui ir for language learners
Welcome to Babelvillage,
a brand new site to look for and find a language Exchange or Practice partner to train your target language. Or read more about the project below
the number of members looking for a langauge Exchange or Practice partner 13865
  • Feb 0 7
  • Mar 7 84
  • Apr 91 98
  • May 189 158
  • Jun 347 134
  • Jul 481 221
  • Aug 702 363
  • Sep 1065 336
  • Oct 1401 391
  • Nov 1792 404
  • Dec 2196 253
  • Jan 2449 526
  • Feb 2975 403
  • Mar 3378 530
  • Apr 3908 461
  • May 4369 474
  • Jun 4843 442
  • Jul 5285 461
  • Aug 5746 395
  • Sep 6141 383
  • Oct 6524 360
  • Nov 6884 465
  • Dec 7349 375
  • Jan 7724 515
  • Feb 8239 478
  • Mar 8717 444
  • Apr 9161 343
  • May 9504 187
  • Jun 9691 308
  • Jul 9999 276
  • Aug 10275 264
  • Sep 10539 203
  • Oct 10742 352
  • Nov 11094 352
  • Dec 11446 348
  • Jan 11794 528
  • Feb 12322 469
  • Mar 12791 539
  • Apr 13330 277
  • May 13607 258
15.3%
This is the average monthly growth of the number of the Babelvillage community members. Join us now, you won't be alone. :)
languages they speak in 107
  •  Vietnamese
  •  English
  •  Russian
  •  Polish
  •  Arabic
  •  Spanish
  •  Portuguese
  •  Arabic (Egyptian)
  •  French
  •  Ukrainian
  •  Czech
  •  Chinese (Mandarin)
  •  Turkish
  •  Italian
  •  Hindi
  •  Thai
  •  Persian
  •  German
  •  Japanese
  •  Arabic (Middle Eastern)
  •  Urdu
  •  Hungarian
  •  Korean
  •  Bahasa (Indonesia)
  •  Chinese (Cantonese)
  •  Catalan
  •  Filipino (Tagalog)
  •  Romanian
  •  Dutch
  •  Slovak
  •  Tamil
  •  Arabic (Moroccan)
  •  Serbian
  •  Hebrew
  •  Croatian
  •  Telugu
  •  Greek
  •  Armenian
  •  Punjabi
  •  Bulgarian
  •  Bengali
  •  Azerbaijani
  •  Chinese, other
  •  Malayalam
  •  Bahasa (Malaysia)
  •  Belarusian
  •  Lithuanian
  •  Kazakh
  •  Pushto (Pashto)
  •  Galician
  •  Swedish
  •  Kurdish
  •  Danish
  •  Uzbek
  •  Marathi
  •  Georgian
  •  Afrikaans
  •  Basque
  •  Sinhalese
  •  Finnish
  •  Norwegian
  •  Bosnian
  •  Slovenian
  •  Albanian
  •  Berber
  •  Gujarati
  •  Kannada
  •  Burmese
  •  Mongolian
  •  Nepali
  •  Macedonian
  •  Ido
  •  Amharic
  •  Latvian
  •  Somali
  •  Estonian
  •  Gaelic (Irish)
  •  Welsh
  •  Cebuano
  •  Sindhi
  •  Cambodian (Khmer)
  •  Lao
  •  Assyrian
  •  Esperanto
  •  Maltese
  •  Swahili
  •  Tajik
  •  Latin
  •  Akan
  •  Aymara
  •  Oriya
  •  Sanskrit
  •  Maori
  •  Hmong
  •  atest
  •  Newari
  •  Tetum
  •  Kyrgyz
  •  Uyghur
  •  Zulu
  •  Guaraní
  •  Quechua
  •  Creole
  •  Turkmen
  •  Aramaic
  •  Malagasy
  •  Greek (Ancient)
languages they are learning 98
  •  English
  •  French
  •  German
  •  Spanish
  •  Japanese
  •  Italian
  •  Chinese (Mandarin)
  •  Russian
  •  Korean
  •  Polish
  •  Portuguese
  •  Arabic
  •  Swedish
  •  Turkish
  •  Dutch
  •  Norwegian
  •  Vietnamese
  •  Czech
  •  Chinese, other
  •  Chinese (Cantonese)
  •  Arabic (Middle Eastern)
  •  Hebrew
  •  Finnish
  •  Thai
  •  Hindi
  •  Greek
  •  Arabic (Egyptian)
  •  Armenian
  •  Danish
  •  Romanian
  •  Persian
  •  Hungarian
  •  Ukrainian
  •  Esperanto
  •  Latin
  •  Icelandic
  •  Bahasa (Indonesia)
  •  Gaelic (Irish)
  •  Welsh
  •  Croatian
  •  Afrikaans
  •  Bulgarian
  •  Swahili
  •  Slovak
  •  Serbian
  •  Lithuanian
  •  Filipino (Tagalog)
  •  Catalan
  •  Arabic (Moroccan)
  •  Georgian
  •  Cambodian (Khmer)
  •  Tamil
  •  Slovenian
  •  Urdu
  •  Belarusian
  •  Kurdish
  •  Estonian
  •  Azerbaijani
  •  Gaelic (Scottish)
  •  Greek (Ancient)
  •  Pushto (Pashto)
  •  Yiddish
  •  Kazakh
  •  Interlingua
  •  Gujarati
  •  Macedonian
  •  Maltese
  •  Hawaiian
  •  Bahasa (Malaysia)
  •  Nepali
  •  Akan
  •  Creole
  •  Amharic
  •  Albanian
  •  atest
  •  Tibetan
  •  Punjabi
  •  Burmese
  •  Latvian
  •  Aymara
  •  Lao
  •  Basque
  •  Berber
  •  Aramaic
  •  Uzbek
  •  Assyrian
  •  Somali
  •  Assamese
  •  Ido
  •  Quechua
  •  Cebuano
  •  Telugu
  •  Bosnian
  •  Mongolian
  •  Luxembourgian
  •  Romansch
  •  Chichewa (Nyanja)
  •  Sanskrit

Language Exchange

When we, at Babelvillage, use expression 'Language Exchange' we mean by that a collaboration between two language learners, when one of them is learning the language the second one speaks and vice versa. This is a 'classical' language exchange. The cooperation concentrates on two languages.

Language Practice

To differentiate, by 'Language Practice', at Babelvillage, we mean a colaboration between two or more language learners, when all of them are learning the same target (foreign) language. Usually, doesn't matter what languages they speak. The cooperation concentrates on one language only.

At Babelvillage you can separately look for
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Babelvillage - language exchange ui ir for language learners
Babelvillage - language exchange ui ir for language learners
Babelvillage - language exchange ui ir for language learners

Babelvillage is fully functional on all modern devices . Doesn't matter you are on the way, lying on the couch or sitting at your desk, you can always look for a language Exchange or Practice partner.

Five simple steps to find a language Exchange or Practice partner

1. Create your an account

You need to have your own account at Babelvillage to start using the website. But no worries, it's completely Free and the 'Sign up' process is really simple.

2. Confirm your e-mail address

'E-mail confirmation' is an essential part of the 'Sign up' process. We need to be sure that the e-mail is really yours.

3. Create a Profile page

You will become a true Babelvillage Member when you define your language exchange offer, we mean, when you create your public Profile page.

4. Browse the Exchange or Practice offers

The fun stars now. Browse the Language Exchange or Practice boards and single out a couple of most promising potential partners.

5. Send language exchange invitations

Use our internal Messaging system to send Language Exchange or Practice invitations to the singled out members. Wait.

Repeat the last two steps till the moment you find your right language partner.

Babelvillage will help you find the right language partner

Set a language partnership type

Babelvillage let you define and inform the visitors to your Profile page what type of language partnership you are interested in: Language Exchange, Language Practice or both.

Search for a particular language partnership

As you, other members also set their prefered language partnership type. Based on that, you can search for partners interested in the particular type of partnership

Set your Time Availabilty

Thanks to the Timetable feature you can, at very beginnig, let the others know what are your preferred time and day to make live language exchange meetings.

Search for a live meeting at the particular time on the particular day of week

This is 'cooming soon' feature. Would not be great to be able to search for people available to Language Exchange or Practice at the particular time on the particular day of week?

And much more in the future

All that is only the beginning. You can expect more features which will make looking for and finding the right language partner easier.

Babelvillage is a global village!
95 new members joined the community during the last seven days. Those are only a couple of them.
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