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Lessons 131-140 were recorded in Spain and feature conversations with native speakers. These lessons will give listeners the opportunity to put the language they’ve been learning to use. In lesson 31 Mark and Kara are in the plane on the way to Spain, and they’re taking the opportunity to review some of the language learned in the course to date.

Please note that lesson 31 of Season 1 was originally known as lesson 131 of Coffee Break Spanish. We have renumbered the lessons of each season as lessons 1-40 to make things more simple for our listeners.

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    2 replies to "Season 1 – Lesson 31 – Coffee Break Spanish"

    • Bruce Clark

      Have been following these brilliant lessons for a while now and am learning lots and in such a fun and easy way. Have done many language courses and this is the best. estupendo. Having Scottish parents, just love to hear the wonderful Scottish accents as well

      arohanui from New Zealand
      Bruce Clark

    • Neisha

      I love Coffee Break Spanish! I listen to this podcast every night before bed and it has helped me immensely. I tend not to leave any comments; however, I decided it is imperative to leave positive feedback to motivate the continuation of such a great program. Trust me, people are listening and are grateful. Keep up the good work!

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