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Cosmopolitan en espanol
Paper copies available for checkout at RC campus library.
Paper copies available for checkout at CA campus library.
People en espanol
Paper copies available for checkout at CA, RC, and SY campus libraries.
Destinos teaches listening, comprehension, and speaking skills in Spanish. Immerse yourself in this telenovela, or Spanish soap opera, which uses native speakers in everyday situations. Free registration is required to view these 52 streaming videos provided by Annenberg Media's Learner.org.
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Watch video clips of native Spanish speakers demonstrating various language tasks. Videos are organized by language proficiency level and are accompanied by related vocabulary, phrases, and grammar.
Podcasts care available through iTunes for offline viewing.
Watch 22 episodes, themed according to language topics such as shopping, directions, etc. Each episode combines real-action with language teaching and practice. Practice and speak out loud to the characters you encounter. Each episode should take about 20-30 minutes for a beginner. From the BBC.
Learn Spanish through interactive videos, audios, games, and articles. Download "cool" Spanish vocabulary and essential travel phrases to your MP3 player.
Read current news in Spanish to improve your reading comprehension:
Listen to Carmen Martin-Stiles' weekly radio program, Buscando America, geared to the Hispanic community on KBOO radio. Aired every Tuesday from 12:00 Noon to 1:30, the program "aims to educate and promote action for social change through art, music, political debates and interviews."
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Listen to popular Latin music from more than 50 Hispanic radio stations via the Batanga portal.
This Portland area commercial radio station plays regional Mexican music. First time listeners are asked to register.
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