Improve your Spanish pronunciation and listening comprehension with The 39 Elemental Sounds of Spanish Master Class, an online series of webinars by Idahosa Ness.
Audio books are an excellent tool for working on your Spanish listening skills. If you’re a beginner/low-intermediate speaker, you can buy the hard copy of the book and follow along while you listen to the tape or CD. If you’re a more advanced speaker, try listening to the tape to see how much you understand.
Need a dictionary? A grammar book? Here are some recommendations.
I’ve put together a checklist to help you get the most out of my Spanish for beginners lessons. It indicates the best order to study the lessons so that you learn the basics first and build from there.
Reading Spanish magazines is a great way to improve your language skills. There are magazines written specifically for students as well as regular magazines published for native speakers, including popular English-language titles like ESPN and Cosmopolitan. Take a look at my Spanish magazine stand.
Watching movies in Spanish is a great way to work on your Spanish listening comprehension.
The start of a new semester is the perfect time to find out how good your Spanish is with this five-level proficiency test.
You might be surprised to discover how many software choices are available to you. There are software program that can help you with your language studies, proofread your papers and homework, do basic translation, and more.
Want to get serious about your Spanish? Get personalized instruction with your own private tutor so that you’re always working on exactly what you need and at your own pace.
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The Spanish verb conjugator has simple-tense conjugations for more than 1,200 Spanish verbs.