When it comes to directing your own language learning, you'll need as much quality audio support as you can get your ears on. In addition to De cabo a rabo: Vocabulario - Audiobook, the following resources will complement your written work and enrich your learning experience. Check back frequently for updates.
For my song recommendations, Google the lyrics and listen 3 or 4 times until you can sing along.
For my video series recommendations, try watching each episode multiple times until you start to know what the characters are going to say before they say it.
For my YouTube recommendations, turn on the subtitles and change them to Spanish in the settings.
For my podcast recommendations, read the transcripts first, then try to follow along with the audio narration a second time through, then maybe give them a third and final listen without the transcripts.
Give these suggestions a try. If you aren't having fun, you're doing it wrong! If you hit a wall, drop me a line.
What the experts are saying about directing your own learning
"BBC Spanish - 'Mi vida loca'"
Recommended use: space out over the first 10 Unidades
To get the most out of each of the 22 mini episodes, go to the episode guide and, before watching, ...
Read "grammar notes"
Read "vocabulary lists"
"¿Qué hora es? - Part 1"
"One-Semester-of-Spanish Spanish Love Song"
"2nd-Semester-of-Spanish Spanish Love Song"
"¿Qué hora es? - Part 2"
Sr. Wooly - "Qué asco"
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