So if you are looking to learn a new language or build on your vocabulary for an existing one, lets go! Hello everyone, i can speak Amharic, Chinese and English, I am here because I like to make new friends discuss new ideas and learn new language, anyone who would like to learn Amharic or Chinese you ca contact me Hello I'm Selina, lives in Ethiopia, Addis Ababa, love pets and crazy about cats.i would love to make friends all over the world.i will help you in English & Amharic.
I'm not gold member contact me email, will reply as fast as possible, Thanks for reading.
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I love movies, video-games, books and hanging out with friends. I have been teaching Amharic for foreigners since 2014. My name is Kal, I'm Ethiopian and a fluent speaker in amharic and English.
Banking (International Trade Finance) and technology is my background. Anyone who wants learn Amharic in a simple way can give me a call or email me. I love meeting new people from around the world and would love to help anyone with thier amharic and i hope I can also learn something from them.
There are around 3.5 million people living in the capital of Ethiopia, and it kind of goes without saying that Africa might be different than you have imagined once you get there.