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Doorway To Mexico - Spanish Podcast

By Doorway to Mexico

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Learn Spanish with Doorway To Mexico. A fun Spanish podcast designed for intermediate and advanced students who want to learn Latin American Spanish from Mexico. Join Paulina and her students as they travel through Mexico and engage in Spanish conversations with locals from different regions of the country. Along the way, we'll explore the rich language and diverse cultural history that Mexico has to offer. Visit us at

Customer Reviews

A Different Approach for Spanish Learners

I've just started listening to Doorway to Mexico and I'm already hooked! Even though I'm still new to learning Spanish, I love hearing the dialogues and listening to the Spanish teacher Paulina, whose voice sounds like Salma Hayek and makes me feel like I'm chatting with a fun friend, not a teacher. The format is unique, too: a long dialogue that's set in a coffee shop or whatever, with Paulina's student Michael and his family trying to communicate with locals on a trip to Mexico (so it's an 80/20 blend of Spanish and English in some cases), followed by a discussion between Paulina and Michael (and sometimes Julie, his wife, who doesn't speak any Spanish, asking about cultural differences, etc.). The discussion is cool because Michael asks grammar questions in English, trying to figure out the differences and nuances in the words, slang, idioms and grammatical choices that Mexicans may use (compared with the Castellano Spanish that most kids learn in high school, or with American English), then Paulina answers him almost exclusively in Spanish. Even though I don't speak Spanish (yet!), I found myself listening more intently and comprehending what she was saying.

I haven't bought the upgrade to the "bonus" materials yet, because I'm not at the level or point where I think I can fully appreciate them yet. But still, I'm considering it because it's clear Doorway to Mexico wants their audience to truly play with the language and excel in communicating with Mexican or Latin American people in a culturally sensitive way.

In short: Great podcast! I can't wait for new episodes!


As a native English speaker living in Mexico City I love these podcasts!!! I learn so much. And I can relate to many situations that Paola shares. Gracias!!

Nice way to refresh your Spanish before a trip

Fun to listen to and I feel like this is what I'll be listening to on the airplane the next time I take a trip anywhere in Latin America. I also really like that it foucses on Spanish from Mexico because most of the people I use my Spanish with are from Latin America.

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