These days, most of my language efforts are going into Spanish and French.

The producer of Visual Latin, Compass Classroom really wants me to start filming a Spanish series next summer.

In light of that, I am pouring gasoline on my efforts to master Spanish.

Here is what I am doing.

Reading.  A lot.  Whenever I find something I love, I will post it here in the Spanish resource section of my site:  

That page needs some work, by the way.  When you land there, you will need to scroll down before you see much.

I am also listening to Spanish.  Every day.  Generally, I listen to the New Testament in Spanish.

And, that’s really what this post is about today.  I wanted to share a link with you guys.  If you are looking for something to listen to in Spanish, and the Spanish on the radio is just too fast, try this:

Now and then, I still mess around with DuoLingo… but, it’s not the same.  I don’t recommend it as enthusiastically as I once did.  But, maybe that’s me.

If you guys find anything awesome, please let me know.  There is a good chance I will check it out and then adopt it.  For example, it was a reader of my weekly “tip” emails who told me about Madrigal’s Magic Key to Spanish.  I am now a huge fan of that book.