Wednesday, May 31, 2006

podcast #18, listener suggestions 1

podcast #18, listener suggestions 1

(link to this episode of the podcast)

1. from Bobbie: http://wordsgalore.com

2. from Nate: Album, book with audio recordings

This link has the online audio.

This link is for the book and cd

3. from Alan: Spanish Phrase of the Day podcast

or find it in iTunes

4. thanks to Steve for the audio clip on watching telenovelas

5. from Martin: BBC audio magazine El Mensual

also recommends the Bloguipodio podcast

6. from Sean: BBC Say What You Think

thanks to all the listeners who sent in suggestions.
Please contribute if you have any tips on what works for you
in trying to learn Spanish

please email me at: learningspanish@gmail.com,

or leave your comments on this site

30 Comments:

At 6/08/2006 8:45 PM, Anonymous Simon said...

I also recommend Notes in Spanish, part of Notes from Spain

http://www.notesfromspain.com/notes-in-spanish/

Free podcasts with cheap transcripts. A great resource for those interested in Spain and Spanish

 
At 6/26/2006 2:40 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

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At 7/18/2006 12:49 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

How about a podcast on online spanish resources e.g. other podcasts, websites etc.?

 
At 7/19/2006 11:56 PM, Blogger agileflower said...

I only now just discovered your podcast, being relatively new to podcast listening and to learning (relearning) Spanish.
I am grateful for the variety that your podcast adds to my learning experience. I had 'learned' spanish long ago, taking three years in high school...but never had anyone to converse with (small town with no native speakers), nobody but the instructor to listen to....and my Spanish faded. Now I am living in London and find relearning Spanish a challenge and an inspiration. I had thought that I had to pick one 'self study course' and stick with that or I'd get confused, but your podcasts have opened up some great options for me that have brought me a lot of valuable variety. For example, if I am cooking dinner and watching my son, and don't feel I can focus on a listening exercise from my self study course I will listen to your podcasts and learn about more options for expanding my learning. Then I can look the links up on your blog after dinner and take it from there. I went from studying from one source (which is great, Pasos...) when I could sit down with a chunk of spare time.... to now being able to incorporate Spanish into my day no matter what else I am doing....I watch Destinos, read the newspapers in Spanish (with not too much understanding but that's ok!), listen to audio clips...I now once again can see my dream of being fluent someday is a possible reality. Thank you!

 
At 7/22/2006 7:55 AM, Blogger Tony Woolfson said...

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At 8/14/2006 4:27 PM, Blogger Steve V said...

Just want to thank Rich and the listeners who contributed. The information was very useful.
Steve

 
At 11/30/2006 6:55 PM, Anonymous GaryP said...

The "Album" .mp3 files mentioned by Nate look interesting. I did a quick check and it seems that most of the stories are available online just by Googling the title and author. So, if you don't want to spend $60 on the book....

 
At 2/02/2007 1:37 PM, Blogger Steve said...

Not just another new telenovela. Monday 2/2/07, in the 9pm time slot, on Telemundo... " ZORRO!" This is a joint production by RTI(Colombia), Sony Entertainment and Telemundo. I am Psyched!

 
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At 10/15/2008 9:36 PM, Blogger shadowx said...

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At 7/09/2009 9:53 AM, Anonymous Language School Finder said...

I like these, Im trying really hard to learn spanish I had my own self learning tapes but they don't seem to be sinking in. I am fairly rubbish at English and thats my first language!

 
At 7/30/2009 4:39 AM, Anonymous learn spanish in seville said...

Hey Rich !

I have some good collection of sites which teach Spanish online. I have one suggestion for you. Instead of giving link and all these just discuss 4-5 words and their usage daily. That would be very helpful in getting that.

 
At 8/25/2009 2:32 AM, Anonymous sprachkurs said...

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