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Which is where Tandem’s business model comes in: it’s aiming to upsell its community of p2p learners to paid lessons with bona fide tutors — at which point it takes a cut (currently 20 per cent) of the revenue generated.
And I could certainly see myself giving its paid tutors a go.
But it is impossible learn a new language properly without speaking it.
And not — in itself — a shortcut to laying down a solid foundation of grammatical understanding.
Aschentrup says Tandem has around 150 vetted tutors offering paid lessons on the platform at this point.
So it’s pretty early days on that front, although he claims they have relied completely on “word of mouth and organic applications” to recruit tutors so far.
It certainly feels like a pretty charming language practice community, with lots of polite and enthusiastic comments left on people’s profiles as user reviews.
Notably, though, profiles are moderated before a person is given access to the community and the ability to start messaging others (the app bills itself as “a members-only community for language learners”).