They speak Spainish in Spain.

Cultural Experiences of International Students in Spain

Related Podcasts and Vlogs

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A Podcast is, as defined by wikipedia as “a series of digital media files
(either digital or audio) that are released episodically and
downloaded through web syndication.” And a Vlog is “a form of blogging
for which the medium is video, and is a form of internet television.”
This week I will discuss 2 of each with have some type of relevance to
our group blog.

Notes in Spanish is a website with 3 different podcasts for Spanish
learners. It comes in 3 different levels, one for Inspired Beginners,
one for Intermediates, and one for Advanced. The podcasts are by an
englishman and his Spanish wife who live in Madrid. The podcasts come
with complimentary worksheets which are designed to help you learn or
improve your Spanish without a textbook or a classroom. The second
podcast I found is called Programa Erasmus. Here a professional
informed on the subject is interviewed about Erasmus in Spain and all
over Europe. The interview is in Spanish.

Onto vlogs. I found a website called Notes from Spain which had
several vlogs of people speaking in Spanish. It is used so that
students and those interested can practice their listening and
comprehensive skills. The other vlog I came across which has relevance
to our group blog was one on YouTube. This vlog is about a student who is
planning on going to study erasmus in Barcelona. The video is taken
before her departure and is about her expectations on Erasmus.

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Written by tony1fcom

October 26, 2009 at 12:26 AM

Posted in Tony Vidal

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