– First off, just be aware that listening comprehension is one of the hardest things in this whole process, and it seriously takes a long time. If you feel like you’re improving with your teacher, then you’re improving, and you’re going to get to where you need to be.
– Second off, I’ve been a HUGE fan of bringing recordings into my flashcards, as per this approach: https://fluent-forever.com/italki-tutor-guide/ . I find if my tutor records at full speed, it helps me pick out words at full speed when I hear them spoken by someone else. It will still take time to get comfortable, but it’s a faster route there.
– Movies and TV without subtitles are the most comprehensive listening comprehension exercises you can get…just they’re going to be hard at first because they’re full speed. I personally feel like the iTalki route (either with your teacher or as an additional source of input) is a more comfortable path for an intermediate learner until they’re ready for movies and things.