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Beginner Spanish Learning Podcast 1 - La Comida
Un Plato De Mangu Dominicano

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This podcast is conducted in English and Spanish
for those of you who are new to language learning. I 
did my best to only speak in the present tense, and to 
speak slow for you all. If you have any questions, 
concerns, or suggestions please let me know. Also if
you like what you hear, please share this with others! 


  1. Hi Rickie,

    Thanks for sharing.

    There must be a mistake in your podcast set up. When I try to listen to it, it automatically charges de image, and you are not allowed to listen to it.

    Please check it. Thanks.

    1. Hello Berta,

      Thanks for attempting to tune in to the podcast.

      If you are having trouble listening to it, it may be because the podcast source is not supported on your browser. I would recommend using google chrome if you are not already doing so.

      If you are already using google chrome, then me sure that you ate hitting the play button. If you click on the image or anything else, that won't get it to start.

      Please let me know if these suggestions helped.

    2. So happy i stumbled upon you YT Channel, I've been trying to learn for months. I live in Puerto Rico so i prefer your accent as opposed to the Spaniard style, makes it easier to learn. Thank you <3

    3. I'm glad that I could help! Be sure to return for more podcasts and blogs. I'm the same way when it comes to accents. I don't like the Spaniard way! Un día quisiera vviajar su isla.


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