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I met a person recently who spoke absolutely perfect BBC newsreader English and found that he had learned this purely from interaction within SL with others, both on voice, but mostly by listening in to conversations.The gentleman was European and did not really speak English before joining SL. Outstanding! Second life is a superb environment in which to immerse in the Language Learning Experience, without leaving ones home. With so many different nationalities among the SL population, there is probably an abundance of opportunity to capitalize on this resource. I would like to know what experience people have of learning languages in this environment, and how they have found it, considering the three main approaches; one to one, classroom via a provider, or general immersion. How far did you get?
Hello everyone To keep things simple, I have basic proficiency in the language and I want to improve. I know a number of people who have learned how to read/write in English through SL, and I figured I would give it a shot from a Spanish-learning perspective. I am doing some self-study and would like a way to apply it regularly, even if it's just text chatting for now. I would eventually like to voice in Spanish pero mi español no es muy bueno Things I like to do in SL: explore, dress up, roleplay (English only because my Spanish is not good enough yet). Other things I'm interested in: Gaming, technology, anime, reading, travel I would be happy to do some kind of language exchange if you are working on your English. We can speak in Spanish some of the time and English some of the time. If you are interested, feel free to add/message me in-world @Kyonyx Djannovic