You can take one-on-one Japanese lessons with Skype, wherever you are.
It’s free to use Skype.
1 Get Skype (for free)
If you don’t want to install this app, please use Skype from here.
2 Create a free account for Skype.
Start Skype and create an account.
You can create an account with your phone number or your email address. (for free)
3Sign in to Skype.
4Get your skype ID
There are two types of Skype Accounts.
If you sign into Skype using your username – that username is typically what we would call your “Skype ID.”
However, if you sign into Skype using an email – then you signed up for Skype using your Microsoft account. This is the account you use for Microsoft Products. (Windows, XBox, etc.) This means that your account ID is your Live ID, ie. Live:1234_320941. However, this ID is not shown on your Skype Profile – all that will show up is your email.
To find your Skype ID on Windows, simply select your profile picture, and your Skype name will be displayed in your profile.
For users that sign in with their Microsoft Account, they will not be able to find their Skype ID there, but the email address of their Microsoft Account instead. This acts in place of their Skype ID. We recommend that users use Skype Accounts that have a Skype ID because an email address can be linked to multiple Skype Accounts, while Skype IDs are Unique.
After login your Skype, please click here (or search “echo123” at Skype and click the call button). You can test your audio and connection.
5Find the teacher and send a message.
Serch the teacher’s Skype name, and send a message on Skype.
Teacher’s skype name is written in the booking details page (and in the booking confirmation email). Click the date of the lesson at your page.
6Start Skype 5 minutes before the starting time.
The teacher will call you via Skype at the scheduled time.
If there is no call from the teacher, please call the teacher via Skype. Search the teacher’s Skype name, and click the Video icon or contact us.