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Customer Reviews

Lessons from Around the Spanish World

Still some work to do, but this podcast is one to watch! I've heard lessons from Peru, Mexico, Spain, and Argentina. Listeners are exposed to a great mix of accents and dialects, my personal favorite is Lisy from Peru! What a voice!

Best Spanish Podcasts

I've subscribed to Japanesepod101 for some time and had been waiting for a spanishpod101. Finally it has arrived, and I am very glad. The new lessons are frequent and well structured, just as I would expect. Also, the concern for providing a variety of spanish speakers is a nice touch to understand different dialect and pronunciation. They have even incorporated transcripts of each lesson viewable on an i-pod for free on each lesson, just like japanesepod. Finding a learning resource like this anywhere is hard, much less a free one. If you are actually reading this subscribe now.

Not so much

SpanishPod101 lacks the charm of some of the other podcasts. The delivery sounds scripted and the explanations are often muddled.