Here is an intermediate or advanced Spanish level video that uses a song in Spanish “Contigo Aprendí” to practice. The lesson itself is all in Spanish so it may be more appropriate for higher-level learners. However, using songs & musics is a great way to learn though as you get many phrases that are relevant to people’s lives even though they might not be in standard textbooks. Subscribe to their videos here.
This video lesson covers some useful vocabulary for using the metro or subway train to get around in a Spanish-speaking country like Mexico or Spain. The lesson is for intermediate to advanced learners and is ideal to practice before traveling. Subscribe to their videos here.
This video starts out a little slow as she begins explaining where this video is in the series. However, it becomes more useful as soon as she starts speaking through some new & useful vocabulary that is not very common in books, like clothes iron (la plancha) but that actually can come up fairly often in real life. Subscribe to her videos here.
This video is actually a recoding of a Spanish podcast but the dialogue and explanation of how to rent a car in Mexico is quite useful with decent audio quality. If you are traveling then you’ll find this video to be very useful for getting around after you land. Subscribe to their videos here.
In this video for intermediate Spanish learners, you can listen to an interview between 2 different Colombian accents in Spanish. Getting familiar with different accents is important as their are a huge variety and this is a nice, easy-to-understand interview & story that serves as a good lessons. Subscribe to their videos here.