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How can I learn Spanish in my free time?

  1. slc334 profile image44
    slc334posted 7 years ago

    How can I learn Spanish in my free time?

    I want to learn Spanish, but don't have the money for classes or tutors.

  2. Popelton profile image56
    Popeltonposted 7 years ago

    If you have the money for a book, you can find a large number of "conversational" Spanish books online. Studying from books of these types for 15 minutes or so a night can help increase your knowledge significantly.

    Unfortunately, it's highly unlikely to become anywhere near fluent without classes, tutors, or just dumping yourself in a Spanish-only speaking area for months at a time. You can definitely learn a good amount of Spanish as far as tourism is concerned or basic questions and answers in conversation. But it takes persistence and time.

    There's no way to learn Spanish entirely without understanding it's grammatical structures and rules to a nearly perfect extent. But if you keep persistent with a conversational book and study on your own, you can learn helpful phrases and pick up on some of the rules of the language, over time.

  3. taja609 profile image57
    taja609posted 7 years ago

    The most efficient way I've learnt it was by audio-manuals. These were the tools that really helped me, I didn't want to spend money on tutors either and tried all the books and manuals there were, online and offline. But nothing compares to hearing the sound in real time. So you can look for interactive audio-manuals and remember to take them in turns, starting from elementary. Good luck!

  4. dplumer profile image57
    dplumerposted 7 years ago

    Read my blog Learning Spanish Gone Wild.

  5. top-bannana profile image60
    top-bannanaposted 7 years ago

    check out this website, they make learning spanish a doddle

    http://www.magnalearning.com

  6. vicky1801 profile image60
    vicky1801posted 7 years ago

    Hi i think the best way is to use the web pages that could give you for free all what you need to start and practice specially listening the very easy classes first at least twice a day.
    After you feel that you are understanding the basic chapter start with the intermediate adn so on..
    There is web page where you could practice all what you learn with other Spanish native people.....like www.livemocha.com or in www.babbel.com.
    I recomended also a basic book of reading with text in English and Spanish at the same time..for more information go to www.spanishbooks.eu

    GOOD LUCK


    Good Look

    1. vicky1801 profile image60
      vicky1801posted 5 years agoin reply to this

      Try www.busuu.com
      is very good and they have  mobile phone apps too.
      Bye

  7. Second Language profile image73
    Second Languageposted 5 years ago

    Check out my hub about online Spanish lessons: http://secondlanguage.hubpages.com/hub/ … sons-Guide

    That can help.

    I also suggest getting an inexpensive language learning program, like Rocket Languages. It is really good, and priced amazingly low, especially for what you get with it. You can check out reviews and comparisons here: http://ebestlanguagelearningsoftware.co … g-software

    Good luck.

 
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