News in Slow Spanish

Podcast for Intermediate Students

News in Slow SpanishNews in Slow Spanish is a weekly podcast aimed at intermediate-level Spanish students. Native speakers report current events at a reduced but not unnatural pace, making it easier for you to understand without being overloaded by rapid-fire Spanish. You also have the option to hear the same person reciting the news at a normal speed, so that you can truly practice and improve at your own pace. Even better, both Spanish from Spain and Spanish from Latin America are available.

After the news item, two reporters chat about it to further improve your understanding and offer additional information. The complete transcript is provided with potentially difficult words highlighted – hover to see the translation.

Get a taste of News in Slow Spanish (including both versions as well as the other Spanish content published by Linguistica 360*) with a free 7-day trial; after that, you can continue with a monthly, automatically renewing subscription for US$ 22.90 per month.

* The subscription includes a variety of practice and learning materials for all levels:

  • A Change of Pace – in-depth news analysis (advanced Spanish)
  • Expressions catalog
  • Grammar course
  • G.U.T.S. (Get Up to Speed) for beginners
  • News in Slow Spanish
  • Opinion: topics include science and technology; Spanish, Latin American, and world news; and more
  • Original audio series
  • Ritmos latinos

So if you want to matar dos pájaros de un tiro, check out News in Slow Spanish, where you can improve your Spanish listening comprehension and language skills while simultaneously learning about current events.

News in Slow Spanish   News in Slow Spanish - Latino

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