30 episodes

This podcast is about learning to speak Spanish in every day practical situations. There are pauses for you to repeat what you hear and the more difficult words and phrases are broken down for correct pronunciation and grammar. There are songs, games and other activities to make your learning enjoyable and help you retain what you have learned. We are the first podcast using this style of teaching, and with a state certified professional Spanish teacher, you know you're in good hands. So subscribe today and get started with your learning.

Learn Spanish - Survival Guide David Spencer

    • Education
    • 4.2 • 1.5K Ratings

This podcast is about learning to speak Spanish in every day practical situations. There are pauses for you to repeat what you hear and the more difficult words and phrases are broken down for correct pronunciation and grammar. There are songs, games and other activities to make your learning enjoyable and help you retain what you have learned. We are the first podcast using this style of teaching, and with a state certified professional Spanish teacher, you know you're in good hands. So subscribe today and get started with your learning.

    Word of the Day

    Word of the Day

    Learn the Word of the Day from Twitter @spanishsurvival

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    • 12 min
    Making Small Talk 3

    Making Small Talk 3

    Learn "We are going for a week on vacation" and more! 



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    • 14 min
    Making Small Talk 2

    Making Small Talk 2

    Learn "How many times have you been here?" and more! 

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    • 13 min
    Premium Subscription Content

    Premium Subscription Content

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    • 3 min
    Be Careful 2

    Be Careful 2

    Learn "What should we do?" and more!



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    • 11 min
    Be careful

    Be careful

    Learn "Be careful" and more in this episode!

    • 11 min

Customer Reviews

4.2 out of 5
1.5K Ratings

1.5K Ratings

Gmoneymehhappy ,

Amazing

I have done all your podcast, power points, google slides, and google docs and learned so much I love it!

Mexicana_ ,

Bad

My first lang is Spanish I’m trying to find a podcast for my sis in law and I clicked on his this podcast. Es la comida aqui bien? Is not correct. You don’t say bien and the q is incomplete and grammatically incorrect. Yes, we will understand what you mean if you say so but it is not accurate and if you want to learn it correctly you need to find another podcast. It’s hard to find accurate information for Spanish from Mexico, specifically my country. Our language is amazing because we are very respectful to others. We always say disculpe, Usted, Sr. y Sra. We hardly ever say tu etc to a stranger. I don’t recommend. Visitado is also incorrect. That’s not even a word. That’s incorrect slang for those that don’t know Spanish. It’s a made up word.

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