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Hola a todos! I just wanted a share a new podcast a friend of mine and I have created to help intermediate to advanced Spanish learners practice their listening skills (we're both spanish teachers on italki). Each episode is a conversation about a certain topic and lasts about 20 minutes. This is real Mexican Spanish at a normal native speaker speed so you can actually hear how natives speak in a casual conversation. Check it out here: https://itunes.apple.com/mx/podcast/no-hay-tos/id1360162037?mt=2 https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/espanol-real RSS Feed: https://feeds.buzzsprout.com/162248.rss Btw, any feedback is always welcome. Que tengan un buen día! You can also check out our new website for more resources about the language and Mexican culture: www.nohaytospodcast.com
Hi everyone! My name is Laura and I am 20 years old, and from Mexico. I am currently a college student studying Advertising and Market Communications, and I speak English fluently, besides my native tongue of Spanish. I really wish to learn French and Italian, and would love some help in doing so. Once I learn those, I would love to learn Russian. I love Russian novels and I would love to read them in their original language.
Hello! My name is Patrick Murphy and I am currently learning Spanish while living in Mexico. I teach English as a Second Language here in Mexico. I have been teaching for a little over 2 years and I enjoy it very much. I am also doing my best to learn as much Spanish as I can wile I am here. I have made a lot of progress the last 2 years but I am still very far from being fluent. I am also studying Computer Science while working. I hope to use this to eventually program my own apps to help my students and other language learners. I am currently working on simple conjugation trainer. When I finish it I will be sure to post it here.