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Description

Ben and Marina bring you podcasts in high level Spanish covering culture, news, conversation, and all the cool words they never teach you in class... Now with transcript pages and worksheets! Visit notesinspanish.com for details. See our Notes in Spanish Intermediate podcast too!

Customer Reviews

I only wish there were more episodes

This podcast is great. Ben and Marina have a unique teaching style that gives learners a peek into Spanish life. After not too long, I realized I wasn't translating in my head, but instead understanding Spanish! I just wish they had more episodes out there!!

Very Useful

These podcasts have been absolutely phenomenal, especially for those of us who just want to hear authentic Spanish in everyday conversations. I listen to them on the way to work which helps me to always be up-to-date on all the newest slag and idioms of the Spanish language.

Could be better

This program is not too bad, but it could be a lot better. There are two speakers; a young lady and a man. The woman is excellent and a real pleasure to listen to, however, the man speaks Spanish at an intermediate level, speaks very slowly, he sometimes makes grammatical mistakes, and is constantly asking her how to say something e.g "eres?... estaba?..." It's very distracting and incredibly annoying!

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