Hey all, we have some news… New speaker at Spanish Listening!!! His name is Felipe and is from Colombia. Felipe teaches us a lot about Colombia and the places where he grew up. Don’t miss this chance to practice your Spanish and to learn interesting things about Colombia. The topics are: #357 ¿Has tenido alguna vez
Here we would like to introduce some very common Chilean words. We all know that all countries have their own way of communicating and their own words. Here we introduce 5 very common Chilean words so you know what they mean next time you hear them. ¿Cachai?: Means ‘you know?’, ‘do you understand?’, ‘do you
The main reason to study a language is to be able to communicate with people who speak that language, so after you have acquired the basics of Spanish, you will need to learn more about how those people use the language so you can use it in the same way. That is why we believe
Textbooks are very useful if used in a proper way. When you study a new language, you will go though different phases: first you will learn the basics of the language; then you will start increasing your vocabulary and learning more complex grammar structures; and finally you will start producing content in the new language.
This site was made thinking of teachers of Spanish as one of the main users. As a teacher here you will find entire lessons you can use in your classes and give as homework. With SpanishListening your students will have exercises to practise their listening, reading and speaking skills; and the most important thing is that
This is an exclusive material and will not be available on SpanishListening.org until March 2016. With the product you will get: – 50 videos of native Spanish speakers – MP3 files for questions related to the topic – MP3 files of the vocabulary of each lesson – PDF files with the activities for each lesson