The Una Buena Noticia Podcast is a bimonthly, multi-level Spanish learning podcast aimed at engaging listeners by chronicling the successes, breakthroughs, and triumphs of everyday Gringos and Latinos.
Cassidy-Porter Whistman loves animals. Like, a lot. So when she settled down in her hometown only to realize that cats were overpopulating the streets of Phoenix, she set out to do something about it.
Since she was little, Zara Rutherford dreamed of flying across the world. But she never realized that her seemingly simple goal would bring so much change to women in aviation.
For more than 30 years, Mexico had gone without a figure skater—male or female—in the Olympics. But in Beijing in 2022, Donovan Carrillo set out to make history in a country not well known for this sport.
Raised in a family of educators, Jadyn Ocampo used her high school service project to help teachers struggling with student debt. What started as a simple idea soon became something much bigger.
For most of us humans, we can learn another language with hard work and dedication...but what about dogs? For months, the neuroscientist Dr. Laura Cuaya used MRIs to find out if man's best friend could understand another language.
When he was young, Santos Tuz found himself speaking with his grandmother a lot, but not in Spanish. Coming from the region of Yucatán, they spoke the indigenous language of Maya. But as Santos soon found out, the language was disappearing; so he decided to do something about it.
| Present tense ONLY
| Slow reading speed
| Easy sentence structure
| Reflexive verbs
| The gerundio
| Possessive adjectives
| Demonstrative adjectives
| DOPs and IOPs
| Past tense
| Moderate reading speed
| Present and past perfect
| Passive se
| Verbs like gustar
| Ser vs. estar
| Por vs. para
| Phrasal verbs
| The subjunctive
| Natural reading speed
| Accidental se
| Relative pronouns
| Conditional tense
| Future tense
| Phrasal verbs
| Wide vocabulary pool
Each episode of The Una Buena Noticia Podcast will be accompanied by a transcription so you can follow along to what is being said in real time.
In order to help students of all levels, episodes of The Una Buena Noticia Podcast will also include a translation to allow students to check their understanding.
For students who want to improve their vocabulary and be more prepared for each episode, The Una Buena Noticia Podcast will release a list of vocabulary for each level and each episode.
Lastly, to test your understanding of the episode, you'll have access to comprehension questions and the answer sheet. How closely did you really pay attention to the episode?
*Channeling his inner Chandler* Could it be any more obvious where to click?
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