SpanishRoute. The Podcast to Learn Spanish

Welcome to SpanishRoute Podcast. A new episode every week. On this page you will find all the chapters ordered from the most recent to the oldest. Each chapter has the audio of the podcast and the Spanish transcription and the translation into English.

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Bienvenido al podcast de Spanish Route (SpanishRoute podcast). Un nuevo episodio cada semana. En esta página encontrarás todos los capítulos ordenados desde los más recientes a los más antiguos. Cada capítulo tiene el audio del podcast y la transcripción española y la traducción al ingles.

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List of podcast episodes: Learn Spanish steep by steep

Stage 1: Greetings and presentations in Spanish
This is the first episode of the Spanish Route PODCAST. In it, we will learn to introduce ourselves and to greet us. Saludos y presentaciones en español: este es el primer episodio del podcast de la Ruta española. En él, aprenderemos a presentarnos y saludarnos.
Stage 2: Gender of the nouns and difference between “bien” and “bueno”
In this program Sergio will talk about the genre of nouns in Spanish and about the differences between "good" and "good". These are some of the first difficulties that Spanish students have to face.
Stage 3: Personal Pronouns in Spanish and the verbs “ser” and “estar”
Today I will explain the subject's personal pronouns in Spanish, especially the difference between "Tú"and "usted"; and between "vosotros" and "ustedes". Then we will treat the conjugation of the verbs "ser" and "estar", which in other languages use a single verb for their different uses but Spanish uses two verbs
Stage 4: Regional differences of Spanish
Today we will talk about geographical and regional differences in Spanish spoken and you have to keep in mind if you're traveling to a Spanish speaking country.
Stage 5: Spanish Internet Vocabulary
Spanish Internet Vocabulary: In this chapter of the podcast, erything you need to know to have a conversation about computers and the internet.
Stage 6: “El Tiempo” in Spanish (Time or Weather)
The word "tiempo" has multiple uses and meanings in Spanish. Today we will focus on two of them. "Tiempo" as a way to measure the sequence of events (time) and "tiempo" as atmospheric state or climate of a region at a particular time (weather).
Stage 7: Spanish vocabulary for the Camino de Santiago
Today let's talk about the Camino de Santiago (the way of Saint James). I'll tell you a little about what is the way of Santiago and practice the basic vocabulary you need to know if you want to come to Spain to perform this pilgrimage route.
Stage 8: Spanish pronunciation of the consonants B, V and W
Today we will talk about the the Spanish alphabet and focus on the letters Be (B / b), Vee (V / v) and Double u (W / w). Their different names, their pronunciation and words with different meanings and are spelled differently but pronounced the same.
Stage 9: Spanish pronunciation of G, J, GU and GÜ
Today we are going to focus on the letter J / j (jota) and G / g (ge). Also in digraph formed by the letters gu and in the umlaut. The letters ge and jota can be a source of confusion for Spanish students, but with these small instructions that I present here today, it will be much easier to differentiate them.
Stage 10: How to write and pronounce the letters C,K, Z, S, X, Qu and Ch in Spanish
Today we continue with the series of programs on the pronunciation and use of the letters of the Spanish alphabet. We will learn to use and differentiate the letters C, K, Z, S, X and also the digraphs Qu and Ch. The sounds or phonemes for which we are going to use these letters are: the phoneme / θ / (zzz), the phoneme / s / (ssss), the phoneme / k / and the phoneme / tʃ / (ch).
Stage 11: How to use and pronounce in Spanish the letters R (r/rr), L (l/ll) and Y
In this eleventh program we will talk about the use and pronunciation of the letter R and the digraph rr. Also of the letter L and of the LL. And finally of the letter Y also called Greek i that is sometimes used to represent a sound or vowel phoneme and at other times it is used to represent a consonantal sound.