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3 Problems and Solutions for a Successful Language Exchange

Every time I go into language groups on the internet, I always see a lot of people looking for language partners. In their post, they always start by introducing themselves, the language they are learning, and the language they know. The necessity for a language partner seems to be a very high-demand request.  Have you ever thought about how many of them succeed in finding a language partner? How do they manage their learning with their language partners? Is one language partner enough?

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