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I WANNA LEARN SPANISH HELP

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Novice
Joined: 28.11.2018
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Hi!
I'm very interested in learning Spanish (latin american). If anyone could teach me I would appreciate it so much!

Thank you!!!!

Super Member
Joined: 19.07.2018

I am very fond of Rosetta Stone and Babbel - take a look if they might be of help. Goog luck!
https://www.rosettastone.com
https://my.babbel.com

Editor Leader of the Balkan Squad
Joined: 14.10.2016

Some good sites for learning languages are:
Duolingo: https://www.duolingo.com
Mango (if you're in the US and have a library card your library might subscribe to it and you can enjoy premium features for free): https://www.learn.mangolanguages.com
If you're willing to shell out some money but not as much as Rosetta Stone costs, I'd recommend Instant Immersion. It's fairly inexpensive and is one of the best ways to quickly pick up the basics of a language: https://store.instantimmersion.com/
Good luck!

Novice
Joined: 28.11.2018

Did you pay for either?? And if so, how much?

Novice
Joined: 28.11.2018

Thank you so much!! I live in Canada, so I'll look into instant immersion and duolingo. Regular smile

Moderator Polyglot Scot
Joined: 26.07.2013

Lang-8 is a course where you can submit texts and native speakers will correct you and you can correct their texts in return. The basic site is free but you can upgrade if you're learning multiple languages.

Super Member
Joined: 22.12.2017

Hello !
loccsen , i verbs, lengualia and duolingo.com are interesting free websites for beginners
later you can also learn with veintemundos and newsinslowspanish.com
good luck
read you later
bye

Member
Joined: 31.08.2018

There's a GREAT site called Quizlet.com in the US. Basically, you make your own tests and flashcards for free. BUT you can also use those already created by others, and/or customize them. The great thing about Quizlet is that you can easily type the Spanish diacritical marks (tilde, dieresis, etc.) And if you start to type "h-a-b" under the Spanish label, every Spanish word that anyone has ever typed that starts with "h-a-b" will appear. So you can just grab from the if you want. Also, you can shuffle your "flash cards". You can use images. Most is free but for a small fee, you get more. In fact, I think they're adding professionally-created lessons and/or tests, but I doubt they're free.)

I also love Spanishdict.com. It has some lessons and tests, free, but you can also have Spanish word of the day emailed to you.

And don't forget YouTube. Type "Spanish learning". There is one man alone who has posted more than 100 lessons.

If you can invest, THE book to get is Barron's 501 Spanish verbs. The lessons are well taught and it has tests.

You'll can't learn without repetition, drills, flash cards, etc. (Unless you are savant!)

TO EVERYONE READING THIS, Quizlet allows you to create flash cards/quizzes in many languages and many subjects.

Member
Joined: 31.08.2018

Maybe someone out there could create a Collection or forum of Spanish-language songs that would be easy to practice translating. Then Spanish-learners could compare their own attempt to translate with the translations on the site.

Member
Joined: 31.08.2018

And don't forget the library. And don't forget children's Spanish-language books in the library, if they are available.

Sometimes I get books for four-year-olds! But who cares? I learn words like lizard, fur, tail, stars and repetitive use of very basic phrases.

The children's section may have picture dictionaries also. One page will show clothes, socks, shirt, etc. Another page will show bedroom, sheets, etc.

If your library does not have what you need, maybe request it.

Moderator Polyglot Scot
Joined: 26.07.2013

I've also remembered https://spanishchecker.com/en/
It checks your spelling and picks up on grammatical errors.

Moderator — I need to watch you go!
Joined: 10.07.2011
dionysius napisał:

Lang-8 is a course where you can submit texts and native speakers will correct you and you can correct their texts in return. The basic site is free but you can upgrade if you're learning multiple languages.

Do you know some alternative to Lang-8? New subscriptions are disabled right now. I would love to practice my Dutch a little bit through writing Regular smile

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