153 Free Spanish audio lessons with PDF's
I found this site a couple of weeks ago, and (by doing a search) have since discovered that Mariana posted a link to it in 2009, but it's probably grown quite a lot since then.
It's intermediate to advanced level, and contains very little English, there are 153 audio lessons with PDF's + 15 immersion lessons + a blog with audio + photo galleries + a youtube channel with entertaining videos, and maybe other things I've not yet noticed.
The quality is very good and easy to listen to, I hope it's new to some of you, I'm sure you'll enjoy it.
My recent question "Pasar en un plis-plas (muy deprisa)" related to one of these lessons, I'm sure I'll have many more questions as I work my way through the rest, and I look forward to asking them here on the forum.
"Pasar en un plis-plas (muy deprisa)"
Cute! I've never heard this expression. I just taught a local girl here in Guatemala how to say "Chop Chop" (as in "hurry up") and she thought it was one of the funniest expressions that she's ever heard.
These are great. Is there any way to get the PDF's to appear bigger? The writing is much to tiny on my computer. Thanks.
These are fantastic. I really feel silly, but Gringo showed me how to make the PDF's bigger by just clicking on the + sign in the bar on the bottom. I can't believe it was so easy. Thanks so much, Handy!
These seem to be apple only, but then I am computer stupid. Is there a way to get these to play on my PC laptop?
I can see the transcripts but I can't get the podcast itself
Never mind I got it to work. Boy am I dumb!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I just finished listening to #151. These are fantastic. She speaks so clearly and explains things so well. And there were new vocabulary words as well. I am going to do a couple of these every day.
This is fantastic!!! One reason we love Spanishdict is because of its wonderful members who discover gems like the above site and share.
PS:I noticed that the dates of each podcast are written in my native language!!!
This is a great free website and worth a bump up. I started with the PDF link since I couldn't get the audio to open up. But once you get to the PDF page, you can click on the audio episodes. I am hoping to work on these this week.
It does ask for donations but you can decide whether to support or not.
Here is another just FYI - The image above is from a website called freelanguage.org
HELP!!! Neither f the links open for me - can you please add alternative links i.e. copy and paste the url.....