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Verbling: An IC Resource

Students taking courses with the Intercultural Communication designation need to communicate with native language speakers.  For students taking Spanish, Verbling provides a way to accomplish this.

Because I don’t speak Spanish, I haven’t tested this resource; however, according to TechCrunch, the site pairs users with people based in part on language skill. Half of the conversation time is in Spanish and the other half is in English.  That way both people get to spend time practice the language they want to learn.

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