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Best Spanish Sites on the Web to Learn Spanish
We have tried to take the guess work out of finding the best FREE high quality Spanish language websites on the internet that you can use to help you on your quest to become fluent. There are thousands of Spanish websites out there and this list is by no means all inclusive, but it does cover some of the best Spanish sites that we have found to date.
How to use this Page to Learn Spanish Online
1. Decide how much time you can set aside todos los dias (every day) for studying the Spanish language, reading up on the culture, or for just plain old fun & socializing.
2. Choose a learning style.
3. Get out there and put yourself in the online Spanish community.
4. If you have a favorite website that you would like to share with us or others, feel free to add your comments to our Best Spanish Websites list.
Visual Learning Style
If you prefer using images, pictures, colors, and such to organize information, study, and learn Spanish, then this is your style. Check out these sites below.
This site is a must see for anyone looking for Spanish language resources on the net. MANY thanks to 123Teachme for all the WONDERFUL language tools on their site that you see on Spanishbynative.com
This website tops our best Spanish website list in terms of its entertainment and educational value. It’s a must see.
This website is one of our favorites (next to our own of course) because it has something for everyone at every level and every style.
We categorized this website as visual although there is an audio component to the flash card demos. This website covers several areas via onscreen and downloadable/printable items that can be used for study aids. It’s perfect for beginners of Spanish or a refresher course.
This website from the University of Texas at Austin contains video clips by native Spanish speakers from various Latin American countries and Spain. All levels of Spanish are supported here. The videos give you an idea of the different dialects used throughout the region.
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We like this website because it offers videos by native Spanish speakers. If you are unable to follow along just yet, there’s even transcripts and slow play. GREAT. They also offer some sample videos for you try out their video content with a demo from Shakira. What more could we ask for?
Ligus.TV uses situation comedy and action videos to help engage students of all levels. The videos are free to watch. Enjoy!
Social Learning Style
If you typically prefer learning Spanish in groups or classes, or you like to spend much one-on-one time with a teacher or an instructor then these sites may be for you.
This blog covers a range of topics from types of hair to geography. If you are looking to connect with other Spanish enthusiasts then you we think you will enjoy this site. We like the authors style and think you may too.
While this website supports more than just the Spanish language you can benefit from this online community. The premise is that you need to be exposed to the language ‘all the time’ to effectively learn it. We agree as this is right in line with the theory of a ‘good learner’.
Physical Learning Style
We expect that this area will have some possible information but online this is a difficult task to accomplish. If you learn from a physical style you learn through using your body and sense of touch to learn about the world around you. In cyberspace this could prove to be a challenge but if you know of an online site where this is possible, do share, but keep it PG.
Aural Learning Style
If you like to learn with sound and music then check out our video section. New Spanish lyrics are being posted daily. We have also compiled a list of other websites that focus on the auditory aspect of learning.
This site offers an audio language learning course from Radio Lingua Network that caters to beginners through intermediate level students. They offer some free Spanish lessons online if you would like to get a feel for their program.
Spanish Pod is a #1 ranked audio Podcast based learning site that offers online lessons to complete newbie’s through advanced learners. They even offer a toolset that allows you access over the internet or a Smartphone. Take a look.
This website offers Spanish lessons through Ben y Marina who live in Spain who share with you through everyday life experiences to expose you to the language and culture. There’s lots of information to help get you started.
Audiria is more than just audio files. It contains exercises and activities to help with your comprehension and even allows registered users of the site can track their progress. Have a look.
Solitary Learning Style
If you prefer to study privately or independently and can remain focused well a topic, then check out these sites on the web.
Logical Learning Style
If you would like to take a logical approach to you learning you can recognize patterns easily, as well as connections between seemingly meaningless content.
This website is completely in Spanish and in our opinion not for newbie’s; however; there are many useful exercises, songs, dictionaries, grammar, verbs, vocabulary and much more. Spend some time on this site if you are looking to brush up your reading and test taking skills.
This website is one of the most popular sites on the web if you search for ‘best Spanish website’. There’s a plethora of useful information and Spanish related sites from Spanish search engines, cultural information, to Spanish newspapers.
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