Suggested Difficulty (Elementary etc): Intermediate to Upper Intermediate
Video or Audio: Audio but video is fine too.
Lesson Idea: Hi @Constance_Fang and Team,
I am an upper-intermediate Chinese student and I have a native speaker whom I practice my Chinese with. However, sometimes I have trouble figuring out what to discuss with her. Of course, I can ask her specific questions: How would you say this? Does this sentence sound okay? But that makes me feel like I’m having a very disjointed conversation. Sometimes I try chatting with her about what I have been doing since we last met, but I feel like I run out of things to say quickly. (Maybe I just need a more interesting life.)
How about a lesson in which two characters discuss how to make the most out of language exchange OR a 请问 about it?
Thanks and keep up the great work! I always love your lessons!