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A weekly Spanish podcast
for language learners

"Weekly news broadcasts in realistic language"

"Virtual language immersion site"

"Great for increasing your vocabulary on current topics"

"Helps you learn a language through current events"

"The enunciation is perfect allowing the listener to hear every word distinctly"

"Spoken slowly and clearly, so it’s easier for non-native speakers to understand"

"The perfect resource for beginner and intermediate learners"

Innovative

Immersive Spanish podcasts created by an international team of journalists and linguists.

Engaging

News in Slow Spanish features native speakers discussing current events and culture. News stories you care about at a pace you can understand.

Always on

Listen, read, and start thinking in Spanish anywhere you go – at home, in the classroom, and on any of your devices.

Beginners

Prepare for News in Slow Spanish with this introductory course, ideal for beginners or to review the basics. Sample the first 5 episodes of:

Intermediate

Develop your comprehension as you listen to the news. Go further with interactive transcripts, lessons, pronunciation, and quizzes. You can listen to a full episode of our intermediate Spanish podcast:

Advanced

Challenge yourself to an intellectually simulating blend of opinion, cultural insights and in-depth analysis of trending news. Try a free episode on our advanced level program:

Our subscribers say:

I found your Web site a few months ago and was so happy to find something to help with the transition from 'advanced spanish' to actual fluency. I've gone all the way through Pemsleur (twice), the State Department series (three times), and Michel Thomas, and still cannot really understand spoken Spanish. On News in Slow Spanish, I can.
I've gone back to the first episodes (for the grammar in particular) and am trying to work my way from there back to the present. I hope to catch up in a month or so. I was surprised at how useful the quizzes are -- I hate quizzes! -- but these are extremely good practice. I usually have to work through them more than once to get rid of all the red markup.
My favorite section is Explorando America Latina. I find that now when I listen to BBC's Mundo Hoy, I can follow far more than I could before. I plan to begin volunteering with the Florida Literacy Coalition, working with Spanish-speaking people here.

Connie
Sarasota, Florida

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