Top 5 Podcasts To Learn Spanish With

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One of the greatest ways to learn something new is to listen to or watch podcasts. So, why not supplement your courses by listening to Spanish learning podcasts? Not only will they teach you new words, but they’ll also teach you how to say those words. Of course, there are hundreds of podcasts out there, so it’s difficult to know which one, or which ones, to listen to. Don’t worry, we can tell you. We’ve done the research and we know which podcasts are the best for learning Spanish. So, grab yourself a cup of tea, plug in your headphones and listen to these top 5 podcasts to learn Spanish with.

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Coffee Break Spanish Podcast

One of the best supplements to your learning would be to listen to the Coffee Break Spanish podcast. They have podcasts for a wide range of learners, from complete beginners to advanced and fluent refreshers. In fact, if you listen to their very first podcast, you can tell that Cara, Mark’s assistant, is a complete beginner, but if you jump ahead to their latest podcast, she sounds like she’s spoken Spanish for a very long time, and even sounds like a native.

Learn Spanish with Coffee Break Spanish Podcasts

Coffee Break Spanish is a great podcast when you want to know how to properly pronounce words and letters. They break down pronunciation and repeat the words that may be difficult, to give you a chance to practice and perfect your pronunciation. So, if you want to learn how to pronounce Spanish words well, then listen to their podcasts, it’ll be worth it, especially if you’re using Spanish for work.

2. News in Slow Spanish Podcast

If you’re looking to challenge yourself, then listen to News in Slow Spanish. The whole concept of the podcast is to listen to current affairs from the week, both good news and bad news, in Spanish. If you’re familiar with people who are fluent in Spanish, especially news presenters, you’ll know that they speak very quickly. Sometimes, the words can get lost in their sentences, and you can’t always understand what they’re saying. Well, with News In Slow Spanish, you won’t have to worry. They will speak slowly enough for you to understand everything they’re talking about.

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Be mindful that this podcast is for those who have been practising Spanish for a while. So you should already know a bit of Spanish before you try listening to this podcast. Nevertheless, if you want to hear Spanish as it should be spoken, by native speakers, then News In Slow Spanish is one of the best podcasts to listen to.

3. Simple Stories In Spanish Podcast

Sometimes, listening to native speakers, as a beginner can be daunting. So, listening to someone who doesn’t sound like they are a native speaker, can help boost your confidence in your practice. That’s why Simple Stories In Spanish is one of the best podcasts to listen to. You can easily tell that the teacher isn’t a native Spanish speaker, despite being fluent in Spanish. It makes it easier to understand what she’s saying, and because she speaks slowly, you can hear every word she says.


4. Spanish Pod 101 Podcast

If you’re looking for a podcast to listen to in those spare moments, then listen to Spanish Pod 101. Their episodes range from 3 minutes to 10 and even 15 minutes. So if you’re on a break from work, and you can only spear a few minutes, listen to the episodes of this podcast. This podcast provides everything from vocabulary builders to grammar tutorials and even news articles and lifestyle advice.


So, if you’re a busy person, and you don’t have the time to listen to a 40-minute lesson, have a go with Spanish Pod 101. They’re quick and simple, and you don’t need to worry about running late for your next appointment. Not only that, they’re perfect for beginners and they’ll always be for beginners, so if you ever need a refresher on the basics, you can always come back to Spanish Pod 101 to remind yourself.

5. LanguaTalk Spanish Podcast

One of the best ways to learn Spanish is to listen to casual conversations, but sometimes native speakers can speak very quickly. So, listening to LanguaTalk Spanish will help you understand how to put together casual sentences that make sense to nearly every native Spanish speaker. Not only that, but they speak slow enough for you to understand. So, even if you don’t always know what they’re talking about, you’ll get the gist of it.

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LanguaTalk Spanish is a great learning tool and will help you understand everyday speech in Spanish. So, if you’re ready to try to listen to casual conversations, then give them a try. Just remember that these episodes are around 20 minutes long, so you’ll need to have some free time to listen to them.

Get Listening

So, if you’re ready, and you want to put both your speaking and listening skills to the test, start listening to these podcasts. You’ll not only supplement your course, with us at Language Atlas, but you’ll also elevate your learning because just like the many regions of the world, you’re learning from many different sources. Language isn’t just a singular rule, and not one country speaks the same language in the same way. So, learning with these podcasts from around the world will help you understand even the most obscure forms of Spanish.

Not only that, but you can also listen to these podcasts wherever and whenever you like. So, why not blast them on your car’s sound system, on your way to work. Or plug in your headphones, while you’re doing chores around the house. Or, if you can, listen to them while you’re at work. No matter where you are, you’re learning Spanish, and you’re getting used to the way it sounds, and how to form sentences and pronounce words. These are one of the most basic skills you’ll need, to learn any language. So, tune in and have fun.

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