CC Antya 5.59

eta kahi tāre lañā nibhṛte vasilā
‘ki kathā śunite cāha?’ miśrere puchilā
Synonyms: 
eta kahi — saying this; tāre — him; lañā — taking; nibhṛte vasilā — sat in a secluded place; ki kathā — what kind of topics; śunite cāha — do you want to hear; miśrere puchilā — he inquired from Pradyumna Miśra.
Translation: 
Saying this, Śrī Rāmānanda Rāya took Pradyumna Miśra to a secluded place and inquired from him, “What kind of kṛṣṇa-kathā do you want to hear from me?”