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I want to learn Spanish online. I know I am asking for too much but I am only a

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    tommyarlenposted 7 years ago

    I want to learn Spanish online. I know I am asking for too much but I am only a student so I

    can't really pay. Any suggestions?

  2. wychic profile image89
    wychicposted 7 years ago

    Language exchange. It helps if you already know some of the basics of a language, but if you can find a language partner or two that are fairly advanced in your first language then they will often be willing to start from the ground up with you on their first language. My favorite language exchange site so far has been http://www.myhappyplanet.com since they have a good format for being able to state your languages and skill levels, as well as your education goals and what you can offer a language partner in return for their help. While I had an intermediate-level understanding of Spanish at the time I started (and REALLY increased my understanding through talking to people from all different parts of the world), I also had a couple of language partners whose first language I knew nothing about...French and Chinese...and was able to pick up quite a bit from them as well. It's completely free, it's basically like social networking for language geeks tongue.

  3. pottytrainingart profile image56
    pottytrainingartposted 7 years ago

    Ya, i agree with you. A language partner play a important role in learning any language but knowing the basics before starting learning anything seems awesome. Through my experience i find thae online course are much more useful and less time consuming. As a working person i can't spare any fix time with a tutor. Though i am taking online help material from http://www.learn-to-speak-spanish-online.com/. 
    It is helping me alot to learn Spanish.

  4. Second Language profile image75
    Second Languageposted 4 years ago

    I wrote a hub about online Spanish lessons to give people a guide. It is here: http://secondlanguage.hubpages.com/hub/ … sons-Guide

    I hope it helps you.