Better social profiles – The personal profiles are now much more developed, with self-introduction, links to social media, messaging, friends list, and more.
Find a language partner search form – Find awesome speaking practice partners by country, language, hobbies, and more.
Easier booking process – The Speaking Club booking process is also much simpler now. One-click booking, no emails.
Yes, unfortunately, you need to make a new account ~ sorry!
There were too many bots in the previous site so I decided not to move the database 🙂
No, of course not. I will check every day and add your old membership to the new site. If you notice that I haven’t done it yet, you can send me a message to firstname.lastname@example.org and I’ll do it as soon as possible.
There could be a few reasons:
– Make sure you activate your account after registration (check your spam folder too)
– If you had an account on the old site, you still need to make a new account on this site ~ sorry!
Email blocked – Sorry, we are using a strong spam filter to prevent bots, and it’s possible that some valid emails are blocked. If this happens, please contact us here: email@example.com
VPN – Please disable your VPN and try again.
You can use the Find a partner search form.
If you find someone you’d like to have a conversation with, you can send them a friend request, then you can start messaging and arrange a time to meet up and chat.
Here are the current available badges:
Host – Become a Speaking Club host
Teacher – Become an official Speaking Club teacher
Premium – Buy a premium membership
Top reviewer – Write 5 reviews
25 Meetings attended – Attend 25 Speaking Club meetings
50 Meetings attended – Attend 50 Speaking Club meetings
100 Meetings attended – Attend 100 Speaking Club meetings
200 Meetings attended – Attend 200 Speaking Club meetings
Reviews are an important part of the Speaking Club experience.
They can help others find language partners and bring accountability to the language exchange model.
The meeting times are displayed in your local time zone.
Yes, the hosts are normally native speakers of the language of the meeting…but remember that during the meetings you will be speaking primarily with other English learners.
Confidence – Confidence in a language is a key part of being able to express yourself fluently. To gain confidence, you just need to practice and place yourself in an environment where speaking in the target language is the only option.
Active vocabulary – One of the main difficulties in advancing to a higher level, is learning to use all the vocabulary that you know. The problem many students face is that they can understand and recognize many words, but they can’t remember them when they speak. In order to get vocabulary from the passive phase to the active one, you need to hear/see the words many times, ideally in many places.
If you have a question that hasn’t been answered yet, please send us a message and we will get back to you as soon as possible.