Spanish Question of the Week (something new I'm trying out). What are some audiobooks I can listen to in Spanish on my long commute to work?
There's a great site called Librivox that has Spanish audiobooks for all levels. Here are some recommendations based on your level- https://www.fluentu.com/blog/spanish/spanish-audiobooks/
I've also heard good things about the Pimsleur CD based Spanish courses.
Podcasts can also be a great free way to learn Spanish. I'm enjoying Radio Ambulante, but here is a list I wrote of a variety of others for different levels: http://www.rompiendolasbarreras.com/spanish-listening-practice/
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