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Duolingo Spanish Podcast

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Rank #1 in Education category

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True stories for English speakers learning Spanish. From the makers of Duolingo, the most popular language-learning app, comes a new podcast that delivers fascinating real-life stories in easy-to-understand Spanish with English narration. These are not language lessons; they’re life lessons through language. Hosted by Martina Castro, co-founder of NPR’s Radio Ambulante.

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True stories for English speakers learning Spanish. From the makers of Duolingo, the most popular language-learning app, comes a new podcast that delivers fascinating real-life stories in easy-to-understand Spanish with English narration. These are not language lessons; they’re life lessons through language. Hosted by Martina Castro, co-founder of NPR’s Radio Ambulante.

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3702 Ratings
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This rocks!

By Handleman20 - Dec 29 2018
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I love all the twists and turns!

Alyssa

By moniquepoland - Dec 23 2018
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This is the best podcast I’ve ever heard

iTunes Ratings

3702 Ratings
Average Ratings
2967
376
156
93
110

This rocks!

By Handleman20 - Dec 29 2018
Read more

I love all the twists and turns!

Alyssa

By moniquepoland - Dec 23 2018
Read more

This is the best podcast I’ve ever heard

Top 10 Episode of Duolingo Spanish Podcast

Rank #1: La voz de la calle

Jul 12 2018
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Fabio Manuppella used to walk by homeless people on the streets of Buenos Aires thinking they must have done something to deserve their fate. Until he had to learn first-hand what it means to lose everything you have. Study materials and a transcript of this episode are available at https://podcast.duolingo.com.

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Rank #2: Flamenco

Nov 20 2018
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Flamenco is famous for the emotional intensity of its songs and dances. Argentinian Samanta Gamarra discovered that this ancient art from southern Spain has another quality that is less known for, the ability to heal wounds, the deepest ones. Study materials and a transcript of this episode are available at https://podcast.duolingo.com.

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Rank #3: Antártida (Antarctica)

Nov 28 2018
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Federico Bianchini had always dreamt of traveling to Antarctica from his native Argentina. But little did he know that the great white continent had a plan of its own for him once he got there. Study materials and a transcript of this episode are available at https://podcast.duolingo.com.

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Rank #4: Memorias y milanesas

Dec 20 2017
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Roberto Herrscher was one of the many Argentinians who fought against Great Britain in the Falklands War in the 1980s. Decades later, Herrscher returns to the islands to confront his memories and ends up making an unlikely friend. The Duolingo Spanish Podcast brings you true stories in English and Spanish about what can happen when we are far from home. Study materials and a transcript of this episode are available at https://podcast.duolingo.com.

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Rank #5: Sin miedo

Dec 14 2017
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When Belén Fernández Llanos turned 28, she decided to move from Chile to Argentina with her boyfriend of ten years to start a new life together. Belén was ready for an adventure, but the one that awaited her in Buenos Aires would turn out very differently than what she had imagined... The Duolingo Spanish Podcast brings you true stories in English and Spanish about what can happen when we are far from home. Study materials and a transcript of this episode are available at https://podcast.duolingo.com

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Rank #6: Refugiados

Jul 26 2018
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Stella Forner will never forget her first wedding anniversary. It was March of 1976 and she spent the day at the Mexican consulate in Montevideo, Uruguay, which was in the midst of a military dictatorship. She, her husband and their baby weren’t there for a romantic celebration but to ask for political asylum. They had no idea how long it would be until they again felt at home in their own country.

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Rank #7: El secuestro

Feb 01 2018
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In 1996, Luis von Ahn left Guatemala to study in the United States and never moved back. That's partly because of something that happened just before his departure, something that changed his life forever: the kidnapping of his aunt.

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Rank #8: La nana (The Nanny)

Dec 06 2018
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When she was growing up in Santiago, Chile, Yasna Mussa says it was common for her friend’s families to employ nannies. Even though these workers, mostly women, spent most of their days caring for these families, Yasna remembers them being somewhat invisible. She didn’t take notice of this until she became a nanny herself in a foreign country. Study materials and a transcript of this episode are available at https://podcast.duolingo.com.

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Rank #9: En el camino

Jan 18 2018
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Fabián Mauricio Martínez discovered his love for travel through his other passion – literature. So when he first read Jack Kerouac’s novel, “On the Road”, he dreamed of crossing the United States from coast to coast as the main characters in the book had. One day, he decided it was time to make the trip his own.

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Rank #10: Shakespeare en la montaña

Aug 16 2018
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When Nicolás Barreto went up the mountains of Venezuela for the first time, he was chasing after a girl. There he worked alongside her for a month putting together a play that would inaugurate the highest theater in the country. He came down from that mountain transformed, filled with a love he wasn’t expecting.

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