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► Lupa is our new app for Spanish learners who want to study with Radio Ambulante’s stories. More info at lupa.app.      [Daniel Alarcón,

► Lupa is our new app for Spanish learners who want to study with Radio Ambulante’s stories. More info at lupa.app.    [Radio Ambulante

► Lupa is our new app for Spanish learners who want to study with Radio Ambulante’s stories. More info at lupa.app. [David Trujillo]:

[Lucienne Hernández]: Hello. [Daniel]: Hello, hi. [Lucienne]: Hi. How are you? [Daniel]: Very well, very well. How’s it going? [Lucienne]: Fine. I’m here leaving

 ► Lupa is our new app for Spanish learners who want to study with Radio Ambulante’s stories. More info at lupa.app. [Daniel Alarcón,

► Lupa is our new app for Spanish learners who want to study with Radio Ambulante’s stories. More info at lupa.app.   [Daniel Alarcón,

► Lupa is our new app for Spanish learners who want to study with Radio Ambulante’s stories. More info at lupa.app.   [Daniel Alarcón,

[Daniel Alarcón, host]: Welcome to Radio Ambulante from NPR. I’m Daniel Alarcón. So, let's assume that because of the very

[Daniel Alarcón, host]: Welcome to Radio Ambulante from NPR. I'm Daniel Alarcón. Today we're starting with an audio which was recorded

[Lupa]: Surely this has happened to you: you listen to an episode of this wonderful podcast and you think, “Oh

[Daniel Alarcón, host]: Hello, Ambulantes, happy new year! If you follow this podcast, you’ve probably heard of Lupa, our new Spanish

[Daniel Alarcón, host]:  A little over three years ago, we published the first episodes of Radio Ambulante on NPR. We

[Daniel Alarcón, host]:  Before we start, a warning: this episode contains a very broad sampling of foul Argentinian language. Discretion

[Daniel Alarcón, host]: We often get this question: What can we do to support the podcast? Well, we have a

[Daniel Alarcón, host]: Welcome to Radio Ambulante from NPR. I’m Daniel Alarcón. (ARCHIVAL SOUNDBITE) [Alberto Fujimori]: We’re twenty kilometers from Lima, ten

[Daniel Alarcón, host]: If you use Radio Ambulante to improve your Spanish, this message is for you. We know a