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No Hay Tos is a podcast designed to help English speakers practice their Spanish listening skills through real conversations at a normal speed by native speakers. Sign up for our newsletter to get a free transcript every month.

No Hay Tos Roberto Andrade & Héctor Libreros

    • Education
    • 4.9, 61 Ratings

No Hay Tos is a podcast designed to help English speakers practice their Spanish listening skills through real conversations at a normal speed by native speakers. Sign up for our newsletter to get a free transcript every month.

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
61 Ratings

61 Ratings

Rebecca3645 ,

The absolute best!

This is by far my favorite podcast for learning Spanish. I always look forward to hearing new episodes. What I like most about the podcast is that Hector and Roberto speak clearly and at a good volume. I listen to the podcast when I’m working out, driving, cleaning, etc. and never have a problem. I also like that they don’t play annoying music in the background which honestly is a distraction for those of us who are truly focusing on learning. The topics they choose are fun and interesting. Despite having been a rather astute Spanish learner for the past 4-5 years, I always pick up new words / phrases with each episode. I especially like that this podcast focuses on learning Spanish as it’s spoken in Mexico as I live in Los Angeles and have several friends and coworkers from the country. Give this podcast a try, I’m sure you will love it just as much as I do!

JulieO11 ,

Excellent podcast

This is a wonderful podcast for intermediate Spanish learners. Hector and Beto speak clearly on various topics, sometimes grammar, sometimes just normal conversation and it gives the listener a very nice Spanish immersion experience. The audio is also excellent.
Muchísimas gracias.

MasterMind308 ,

Communication

To the hosts:
can’t find the website for the transcript. I keep rewinding what you referenced but I can’t understand it. Always, Always [deletrear] website como hayan en el radio & tele. I hear “Patreon” Pero no serve. But even if the website is something simple like “iphone.com” some people can’t spell and will look for something with the spelling “eyefone” “ifon” “hayfun” etc. Basic I’m requesting you stupid proof it ¡para mi!

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