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news and culture

Everything you need to get up to speed in Spanish

Language learning through current events

Language learning through current events

A change of pace: The next level of language immersion

A rigorous educational course complete with dialogues, lessons & quizzes

Immersive original series designed especially for language learners

The News in Slow Spanish (Latino) Podcast

Intermediate

Two hosts discuss this week's top stories from Latin America and around the world

A Change of Pace

Advanced

Our host shares in-depth analysis of current headlines in real, everyday Spanish.

Grammar Catalogue

Expressions Catalogue

"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.

Intermediate

Develop your comprehension as you listen to the news. Go further with interactive transcripts, lessons, pronunciation, and quizzes.

Advanced

Challenge yourself to an intellectually simulating blend of opinion, cultural insights and in-depth analysis of trending news.

Our subscribers say:

...let me give high praise to whoever originated NewsInSlowSpanish and to those who produce it. My knowledge of Spanish vocabulary and grammar--the "nuts and bolts" of the language--is fairly extensive, and I can speak it fairly well. What I can't do yet is understand the spoken language well. I'm already seeing an improvement after listening to NewsInSlowSpanish for just 3 or 4 weeks, and I feel sure that this improvement will translate eventually to understanding the often rapid-fire Spanish of people on the street.

Sue