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Decoupling both objectives (learning English and helping someone) this question has a quick answer. There are plenty of websites that allow you to contact with natives users of the language you are interested in. Being this language English you won't have trouble finding someone suitable. In exchange, you help them with your native language, which you ...
You can offer your knowledge to websites, products and services that are, or are trying to be multilingual - it will be helpful for you and for them. For example, Ted Talks is always looking for people to help them translate their videos. Most of their conferences happens in different languages, so they're constantly asking people to help them make all ...
You will probably learn faster by speaking than by translating. I suggest you look around for an English speaking organization where you can assist. In all likelihood, it will also involve reading, so you get that at the same time.
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