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Listen and speak in Spanish; the more the better
VamosAudioblog emphasizes learning from audio activities. In the audioblog section you will find dialogues, monologues and interviews followed by practical and fun activities that will reinforce your comprehension. They show the real Spanish used in everyday conversations, also addressing different themes. If you’re starting, notice that the audios are classified by level to acquire new knowledge in a logical and organized manner.
Make the most of what this audioblog offers. Each audio in the blog comes with its transcription. So that you get the best results I suggest you follow the following recommendations:
Listen to the audio you have chosen as many times as you need without looking at the transcription. Remember to start with audios adapted to your level.
Have a look to the vocabulary section where you can find definitions of words and grammatical structures used in the audio with examples. In occasions they might help you understand the context.
Test your comprehension with a quiz. You can try again if you have got any of the questions wrong or see the correct answers directly.
It’s time to have a look to the transcription. Write down the new vocabulary and pay attention to the words or phrases underlined. These are the ones you can find in the vocabulary section with its definition and practical examples.
You will see one last question that I invite you to respond in the comments section. It may be an open question on the topic of the audio or I can ask you to build a sentence using a word or grammatical structure used in the audio. I will answer making brief explanations and corrections where necessary to make your learning process more effective.
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Remember to put into practice what you are learning. Talk to your Spanish speaking friends, to your teacher or with the local people on your next trip.
Do not worry if you make mistakes! This is part of any learning process and only by knowing your errors you can correct them, learn and improve.
I would like this website to be an interactive, collaborative space where the most knowledgeable people help those who know less if they wish. Users are encouraged to correct each other and I will always be there as a mediator to corroborate corrections or give you the right answer. You can also learn from other’s comments so don´t hesitate to read them!