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As much as I’d love to offer a one-stop-shop for learning and practicing every aspect of Spanish, I’m only one person. Therefore, I make a point of seeking out high-quality, third-party resources that supplement my work so that you can learn independently as efficiently as possible.

Spanish Grammar

Lawless Spanish has hundreds of grammar lessons and 1,200+ verb conjugation tables – plus of course the Subjunctivisor – but reading a lesson is one thing and putting it into practice is another. Fortunately, I found the perfect complement.

Progress with Lawless Spanish is a grammar quiz-based site that will help you figure out what you know and don’t know, then focus on helping you fill in gaps and improve your Spanish grammar on a daily basis.

Spanish Vocabulary

LingQUnlike grammar, which has finite (though extensive) rules, vocabulary is essentially endless. To supplement my vocabulary lessons and expressions, I recommend LingQ. This is a very interesting proposition: rather than vocab lists, it provides authentic content with new vocabulary highlighted for you. You can remove the highlights for words you know, and for the ones you don’t, you just click to learn what they mean so that they show up in future texts.

Also, reading the news is an excellent way to acquire new vocabulary while keeping up with events.

Spanish Listening and Reading

I feature listening comprehension exercises which can double as reading comprehension exercises from Progress with Lawless Spanish, and there are a lot more where those come from!

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To work on your Spanish listening comprehension, try Yabla, a subscription site with a massive collection of original videos featuring native speakers.

Spanish Conversation

Apanish tutorSince I’m not a native speaker, I don’t offer conversation lessons, so here’s a database of Spanish tutors. You and your tutor can work out exactly what you want to practice and need the most help with.

Spanish speaking practiceAnd here are some more resources and tips for speaking Spanish:

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