Get ready for immersion – build your Spanish language skills to express yourself and understand someone else.
Listen to the news in Spanish, follow the conversation with the interactive transcripts, and you will be amazed to discover that you know more Spanish than you think!
We offer various subscription levels to meet your needs, from an audio-only Spanish podcast to a rigorous educational course including interactive transcripts of international and Spanish news stories, grammar and expressions lessons, quizzes and pronunciation.
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I was beginning to believe that I would never understand Spanish, but you have given me hope. What a great idea. I can do my two favourite pastimes at once...
I'm french and I study English and of course Spanish and I wanted to thank you for your idea of making those news podcasts. I was looking for a way to learn Spanish and I begun to listen to Spanish radio but how fast they talk! I understood 5 words of the 25 they were saying yet I understand my Spanish teachers. Moreover I thank you for the news which are very clear and which sum up perfectly what happens around the world and since I'd like to become journalist, what could be better for me?
I hope I'll be able to listen to you for a long time!
…I agree with your main point that listeners forget it's a learning program. That is very true for me - I do study hard with other materials, but when I am using NSS it's not studying at all.
In addition, another thing I really like about NSS is that although it's presented slowly and is somewhat less complicated than usual texts for native speakers, it doesn't talk down to the listeners. You always write the program as if writing to a friend or another adult, not like you would write it to a child. I think many language learning tools make this big mistake, where they treat listeners like kids.
I also particularly enjoy the personal tone that you have in the dialogues. Unlike something impersonal like reading CNN en Español, it helps to feel like I'm getting to know both you and Jorge (and even the guest hosts).