IWTYAL 129: How to facilitate language exchanges

Vremita asks: “How do you facilitate a good language exchange?”

In this episode:

  • Why language exchanges can be challenging
  • What makes a perfect language partner?
  • Tips for making it a success

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  • dandiprat

    You hit the nail on the head about language exchanges. For every successful one I’ve had I’ve just had too many unsuccessful ones. My successful Cantonese language exchange was really valuable, but back then there was no iTalki (or at least I hadn’t heard of it). In some cases you can also get free practice doing volunteer work.