Yes, It’s extremely efficient as it’s based on Language exchange which is a practice that has long been used by individuals to exchange knowledge of foreign languages. For example, John Milton gave Roger Williams an opportunity to practice Hebrew, Greek, Latin, and French, while receiving lessons in Dutch in exchange. Language exchange first came about in the early 1800s where school aged children in England were introduced to the newly set up program. Countries such as Belgium and Switzerland found the language exchange program very easy to run as there were many languages spoken in the one country. French and German youth picked up language exchange in 1968 which then spread to Turkey and Madrid.
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And as we know how difficult it is to manage to attend to several meetups for the same purpose, we provide the virtual version which is ‘Group Calls” in order for you to catch up and especially to accelerate your learning skills.