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Saturday at 5:12 am
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Aside from the all the Audio (Free and Premium), aside from the Learning Center and all of it's resources, Spod101 offers you the unique oppotunity to receive customized lessons. What does this mean? It means that all you have to do is let us know a little information about what you'd like us to cover, and we'll work this into the curriculum of upcoming lessons.

So, what kind of information do you need to give us?

Well, first you just give us one or both of the following:

1) A grammar topic that's been getting under your skin, like "could you cover the plurperfect tense"


2) A more general lesson conversation topic, like "could you create a lesson about going to a wedding"

It's good idea to indicate in which Series you'd these topics covered. And....if let us know why you want to learn a specific topic, we'll be able to customize the lesson even more.

So, for example, "I'd like to hear a lesson conversation that takes place in a Cardiology lab, because that's where I work. I have a lot of Spanish-speaking patients and I'd like to learn how to talk to them about their insurance options. My Spanish is pretty basic, so could this lesson be at the Beginner level?"

How to Make the Request:

Login to your account with SpanishPod101 and go to the Forum. Scroll down on the List until you see the thread entitled "LESSON SUGGESTIONS". Just leave the information we just mentioned above and we'll keep you update on the incorporation of those topics right there in the forum. If you subscribe to the RSS Feed of the Forum, you'll even get our updates right in your Reader. Does it get easier than this?


Beginner Lessons 37, 38 and 39 were all created upon the request of "Madame Mariposa"? She was looking for some lessons about Literature, so we answered back with one lesson about Mario Vargas Llosa, the Peruvian Novelist, another one about Gabriel García Márquez and another about the Mexican colonial nun, Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz. Plus, word has it that we're going to see some more lessons about literature in the Upper Intermediate Series.

Upper Intermediate Lessons 1-5 were all created upon the request of Kevin. He's a lawyer who's interested in "business customs and expectations", so we these lessons are all about how to negotiate a contract without any blunders.

Thursday at 3:24 am
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I am very grateful that you designed so many literature lessons and I hope that there are/will be a lot of listeners who enjoy them like I did.

gracias por todo.

mariposa (without Madame :smile:)