The first episode of the Learn Spanish with a Native Speaker Podcast is live! Specially for travelers who want to learn Spanish. Traveling through Spanish speaking countries simply is more fun and memorable when you speak a bit of Spanish. Not only to be able to communicate with the locals, but also to prevent difficult situations. Therefore this episode is dedicated to travel by air: Spanish at the airport. Listen to Spanish daily life conversations and learn Spanish fast!
Speaking Spanish for travelers
All real life Spanish dialogues I share with my students I write by myself. The same for the dialogues in my podcasts. After traveling a lot I have sufficient inspiration to share with you. In this first episode you will find a Spanish dialogue at an airport in Spain. Where many years ago I almost was left behind at the airport, but finally ended up at a seat in the airplane I will never forget…
How to listen to the Spanish dialogue?
My mission is to teach you Spanish, so doing a podcast in English won’t really work. The introduction of this podast will be in English, but the dialogue will be in Spanish.
You learn a language faster when you listen and listen and listen a bit more. Get familiar with the pronunciation and start recognizing Spanish words. So try to listen the Spanish podcast many times and write down what you here.
If you want to understand the dialogue well and to learn Spanish fast, feel free to plan a free introductory call with me to get to know each other. You can also take a look at my prices for learning Spanish online. And no worries if you just started learning Spanish: I can speak in English with you whenever necessary. I mean, if you don’t speak even a word I can handle it, believe me!
The Spanish podcast: what can you expect?
You will find the following structure on the podcast:
- Spanish dialogue: 2m 50s
- Explanation: 5m 15s
- Homework: 31m 57s
Do you have questions about the Spanish language?
If you have any questions or doubts about vocabulary, sayings, or any topic related to the way of speaking Spanish, you can ask me and I will gladly answer you in a next podcast.
Send me your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org or simply write it down in the comments below.
Podcast no. 1: Speaking Spanish for travelers: at the airport