San Miguel FAQ
Online Spanish Resources
Interacting and practicing with other people may be the best way to learn Spanish but online lessons, practice and tools can be a big help.
I have attended Level One of the
Warren Hardy School
and learned mucho. His website includes a number of free videos and searching for
Warren Hardy Spanish
on YouTube turns up others. Also for sale on his website is the
, an online version of his classes.
has lessons for learning Spanish that have been very helpful for me. I have only used their free level but they do have paid levels with additional features and material.
are free web and mobile apps that I have used extensively.
has structured lessons.
drills you on vocabulary and lets you make up your own flash cards decks to study or use pre-built ones including ones that mesh well with the
lessons. I started
when I was still living in the states and still use
most days to drill on vocabulary.
News in Slow Spanish
is what it sounds like: News. In Spanish. S.l.o.w.l.y with vocabulary help along the way. A paid service but the free access level is helpful. Make sure you pick the
version for Mexico.
Q-Roo Paul’s Spanish for Beginners
is a great resource of free video lessons and works well with the
lessons and approach.
There are many other online resource but these are ones that I have used and liked. How about you? What online resources have you found helpful?
A good list! I've learnt a lot from looking at StudySpanish in the past. Here are some of my own to add, including online learning, interactive exercises, and dictionaries:
A great website for reading, writing, listening exercises is this:
. We used to use it in Spanish class at university.
An interesting site with some good Spanish language and general culture articles: www.thoughtco.com/spanish-4133085
Another good site with lots of language information and courses: www.pollylingu.al/es/en
A good site with loads of Spanish exercises:
And finally my favourite dictionaries are
(which is especially good for verb conjugation) and
(which is especially good as an app, at least on Android).
I feel compelled to add a shout out to Warren Hardy and his school. As a retired adult educator, I have to say I'm totally impressed with his method/approach and with the quality of his staff. Plus the atmosphere is happy and gracious. After only 5 sessions, I am speaking and using Spanish much more extensively than I thought possible. And it has been fun!
Nice resources mentioned, including a few I hadn't seen before.
Here's a list I published a while back:
Great list! Thanks!
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