About us

Our vision: As our communities become increasingly global, foreign language learning is becoming more important. We feel that by bringing people together to practice languages we can build friendships and bring the world a little closer together. Let Exchange A Language.com be your home for learning foreign languages. We provide you with information on academic learning, a place to meet language partners, keep track of goals, exchange ideas, win language tools and learning, and get a chance to meet people from all over the world at language exchange nights in your city. We want to provide you with all the information you'll need for learning a language. If there is anything we've missed, please let us know.


About: Exchange A Language.com is part of Exchange A Language LLC, a free language exchange networking community connecting people all over the world to improve foreign languages and build friendships. Click here to learn more about language exchanges.

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Founder: Janelle Klander started Exchange A Language.com because she saw a need for a free language exchange community that will help close the cultural gap, improve languages, and create a better understanding in our world. She has a B.S. in Business Administration from University of Wisconsin-Stout and a TESOL certification from TEFL International in Seville, Spain. She is a member of the Modern Language Association and a proud Couchsurfer. She enjoys traveling and learning about cultures. Janelle can be contacted at info@exchangealanguage.com

Janelle's blog: http://exchangealanguage.com/blog/

We hope you enjoy the Exchange A Language.com community!



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