Besides our group courses, there are plenty of online tools to learn Spanish online. Find out the picks of our Spanish Gurus and bookmark these websites!
The Royal Spanish Academy (Real Academia Española) has a dictionary available on their website, as well as several materials about the Spanish language, orthography and grammar.
The Clave dictionary is more intuitive than the RAE website and it is just as trustworthy. Every Spanish student should bookmark it!
If you like to practice Spanish and have fun at the same time, the Cervantes Institute has prepared exercises just for you. Let's find out if you can complete crosswords in Spanish!
The exercises of the Ver Taal website help you practising grammar, vocabulary and your listening skills. They use texts, songs and reports from TVE (Spanish television).
Anki is a good (and free!) software to create flash cards. If you like this sort of method to improve your vocabulary, then Anki is definitely one of the best tools to learn Spanish online.
Notes in Spanish is a website with Spanish podcasts that you can use to train your listening skills and pick up the native accent.
Tune in lets you listen to live radio from all over the world. Tune in to radio stations in Spanish-speaking countries like Spain, Venezuela, Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Paraguay, Peru and Uruguay.
This might sound silly at first, but Wikipedia could become one your best tools to learn Spanish online. Explore pages related to Spanish-speaking cultures or read pages about subjects you’re familiar with.
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