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Learn Spanish Free Online Resources

By , 24 September 2011

Learn Spanish Free Online Resources

My favourite free online Spanish resources.

  • Onoma Conjugator - The only conjugator I could find that conjugates for vos. It also has some excellent verb charts which show the vowel patterns really nicely once you get used to them.
  • Wikipedia Spanish Grammar - Naturally. Wikipedia normally always has the best and most accurate description of any language. Not for the light hearted though.
Learn Spanish Free Online Resources
  • Notes In Spanish Podcast - Hours and hours of free audio to improve your listening.
  • Charlie Brown YouTube Channel - In Spanish of course.
  • Study Spanish - This site has a good simplified grammar, but the reason I like it is because of the free quizzes after each lesson.
  • Spanglish - A language exchange group in Buenos Aires. This is where I learnt most of my Spanish, the only side-effect being that now other South Americans think I'm Argentinian. Not free, but good value.
  • Spanish-Test.net - 4 Spanish tests, each of 30 questions which you can use to determine your level of Spanish.

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Learn Spanish Free Online Resources

Roger Keays is an artist, an engineer, and a student of life. Since he left Australia in 2009, he has been living as a digital nomad in over 40 different countries around the world. Roger is addicted to surfing. His other interests are music, psychology, languages, and finding good food. Click here to subscribe to his weekly blog, or stalk him on Facebook and Twitter.

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Comment posted by: Daniel, 3 years ago

There are many online courses and tutorials that can prove to be helpful in learning a new language, provided that you maintain a regularity in studying.



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