We proudly present a one-of-a kind educational program – G.U.T.S. (Get Up To Speed) a course designed for those who already have some knowledge of Spanish but, for whatever reason, feel stuck. Not quite a beginner but not quite ready for the next level either. From the creators of News in Slow Spanish.
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Thank you for this! I took four years of Spanish in high school but after that I was just using Duolingo on and off, which is helpful but I’m more advanced than the Duolingo beginner. I finally took an adult online class which was so helpful, but that just ended and I honestly didn’t prioritize studying for the class, so I love how digestible/practical this podcast is. I love the refreshers like ser vs estar - things I learned in high school but definitely need to start practicing again. It also... more
Gracias milles de Camboya . Am a new student . more
This is a great resource. It’s best for people that have some background in Spanish vocabulary. It’s a bit boring to get through the first half of the intro, but it’s still worth listening to.
There is barely any Spanish content
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Spanish for Beginners launched 6 years ago and published 26 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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