Un día en español
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How many episodes of Un día en español have you listened to?
More than 7
Which episode was your favorite? You can select more than one.
Episode 1 - Surfing in Puerto Escondido
Episode 2 - My pet armadillos
Episode 3 - Teaching Spanish to American students
Episode 4 - Meeting my sister for the first time
Episode 5 - Surprise at the CN Tower
Episode 6 - Fake wedding in Montevideo
Episode 7 - “Taking” the subway in Buenos Aires
Episode 8 - Mom’s (not quite) farewell
Episode 9 - Meeting the family … in Spanish!
Episode 10 - The great empanada bake off
Episode 11 - Journey to Monkey island
Episode 12 - Dancing date in Brooklyn
Episode 13 - Landing my TV show dream job
Why was this episode your favorite?
The topic was useful for learning Spanish
The story was entertaining
I learned expressions that I can use in real life
The story was easy to follow
Which version of the podcast do you listen to?
I only listen to the version with the English host
I only listen to the monolingual Spanish version
I prefer to listen to both, the English first
I prefer to listen to both, the Spanish first
Which of the following strategies have you used in order to better understand? (Check all that apply)
Listen to the English version more than once
Listen to the Spanish version more than once
Rewind the audio
Pause the audio
Slow down the audio
Read along with the transcript
Write down words and expressions
Has the podcast helped you learn Spanish?
I don’t know
If so, in what way?
Is there anything you would change for season 2?
Thanks a lot! Now, just a couple of questions about you.
Where do you live? (Country, state)
How old are you?
Do you use Babbel?
Yes, I have a subscription
I have tried it but don't have a subscription
I have used Babbel in the past
How would you rate your Spanish level?
I’m more or less new to Spanish
I understand greetings and introductions and I know some basic vocabulary
I can follow easy spoken Spanish about everyday topics, when spoken slowly
I am able to understand most spoken Spanish from context, at least when it’s fairly slow
I can understand a vast array of different conversations and stories in Spanish
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