Spanish Quiz
Select the Spanish Translation of:
menu

  • el recreo
  • el castigo
  • la bebida
  • el menú

Number Correct: 0

Spanish Resources
Learn Spanish Phrases Online
 

Every language has its own common phrases, and Spanish is no different. While pronunciation, understanding how to write the language, and common nouns are all very important parts of the bigger puzzle of learning a language, understanding every day phrases is absolutely essential. Anyone can learn Spanish phrases online through a number of different websites, virtual and interactive software, or other formats available on the World Wide Web. In addition to reading and/or writing these phrases out onto paper, listening to them via audio is also a big help. When someone hears a phrase spoken, it can often help them to remember and understand it much better, and there are several online sites that provide these audio files.

Online Spanish related websites can range from the simple and easy to read, all the way to much more complex and interactive types of websites. No matter which kind of Spanish speaking online program one chooses, it’s important to make sure the phrases are part of that lesson. Many programs or websites are free of charge, while others do charge a fee. The fee can range from a one-time charge, to a monthly recurring fee if it’s a registered class or something involving a membership or a certificate.

Something called an e-course can be particularly helpful for those who would like to learn Spanish online. These courses are usually presented in small chunks, so the student can learn at his or her own pace. As the student advances, they can move on to the next level until they feel they’ve completed the course. Many websites will also give students a timed, interactive test to help them feel confident that they’ve actually learned the language. No matter what online method one chooses, it is easy to learn and understand Spanish phrases with a little bit of practice and some hard work.

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