I am a traveler, artist, and Red Cross volunteer who you can talk to on various topics and help you to practice your Lithuanian. I can help if you Lithuanian is not yet strong enough, because I speak English, Russian, Chinese. I've graduated Masters's in Contemporary Asia Studies at Vilnius University and gave up my Ph.D. as was involved in volunteering and creation. I do ceramics, learn wood firing, spent 6 months in Japan as a personal assistant for Japanese ceramics and wood-firing kiln building Master. I've traveled many times to Tibet, China, Ethiopia, Japan, Peru, Bolivia, and many other countries. I love people. I am open and curious and would gladly listen to the stories you would try to tell me using the Lithuanian you've learned.
Lithuanian is a difficult language, but anything is possible if you would put an effort.
Depends on the level you want to reach. Being surrounded by native speakers help a lot, but in Covid times interesting online conversation might be very useful!
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