Nice site with lots of comprehension videos
I stumbled on this site:
http://www.celebratelanguages.com/pe.html which has lots of videos to help with listening comprehension among other resources.
Thank you, thank you for the simple link to access the Univ. of Texas/Austin link. It is no longer being updated but is still available for use. I posted this site and one other a week ago. The second site is good also. Enjoy! Here is a copy of my post: Both sites utilize videos using native Spanish speakers from many different countries. There are different levels of proficiency with related vocabulary, tests, translations, grammar, etc., if you wish to use the resources. I have just started to use them and find them helpful in helping me improve my ability to listen to native speakers speak and to practice trying to understand what I think I hear!
1.) This site from the University of Texas at Austin may not be currently updated but still is available for use: http://www.laits.utexas.edu/spe/
This is very helpful for listening skills. It's nice to read along to the voice of a fluent human being.
This looks like an amazing resource. They have other languages in addition to Spanish, too, I see. French, Hebrew, Russian, Chinese, Arabic... even Na'vi. Thanks for sharing!
What a brilliant find - Thanks for sharing! It's just what I need to complement Duo. Have a few lingots.
Nice. My verbal comprehension lags far behind my reading skills, so this is really helpful.