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Yabla Languages
Yabla Spanish
Learn Spanish with Videos
Learn Spanish with Yabla. Yabla Spanish brings you authentic content from the Spanish speaking world. All videos are 100% native speakers with Spanish captions and English translations. This is not a lesson, just engaging authenic content.
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4.6 stars from 55 ratings
Not working
No sé lo que pasó, pero hace algún tiempo que no puedo ver los videos. Aparece un mensaje de indisponibilidad. I don’t know what’s been going on, but I try to open every video and I get a unavailable-video message. Such a shame, really loved the podcast!
marimanulak via Apple Podcasts · Brazil · 06/04/18
I've taken many Spanish classes, but I am no where near fluent. I enjoy watching these videos because, I feel like I'm being more immersed in the language than when I was in the classroom. I love the English and Spanish captions because I can pause the videos to translate if I don't understand...Read full review »
Stephy2 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/23/17
Perfect for intermediate learners
The language is authentic and colloquial, but slowed down just enough that someone who still working on fluency can keep up either with or without the subtitles. The topics are interesting too, aimed at adults instead of high school learners. Very pleased.
Slfk227 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/04/17
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