IWTYAL 076: How to run a language exchange

itunesButtonAndrew asks: “What’s the best way to run a language exchange?”

In this episode:

  • Manage expectations – tell your partner what you want
  • Keep it in the target language
  • Don’t let them interrupt with corrections
  • Ask them to take notes and fill you in later
  • Try to be cool – ask questions and listen to the answer!

Resources Featured In Today’s Episode:

  • MyLanguageExchange.com – a great (paid) language exchange site

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  • Nina

    It is amazing that you mentioned mylanguageexchange.com! You’ve reminded me of that brilliant website, for which I plan to pay annual membership as soon as possible. I hope that it is a great revelation for me and that I will get some wonderful experience from the people who are there, and finally start speaking regularly.