Following on from my blog last week of the Best ways to learn Spanish, I thought I’d make up a blog of all the websites I’ve used over the years to improve my Spanish. So, here goes.
This is really useful for, you guessed it, listening in Spanish. You can click on various videos and watch and do vocabulary activities too. You can search by level and topic as well, so it narrows down your search.
Nightmare, just a nightmare. Who the hell decided to change the ends of all the verbs depending on the tense? Well, this website is as good as any for a detailed definition, plus each of the verb forms.
This is an entertaining way to improve you Spanish with various mini clips, soap opera style. They also have a range of levels and you can select the topic of the video. The clips are a bit of fun, and also have subtitles.
Another great listening website. You can search again on different topics, reads texts while you listen, answer questions, and have mini tests.
This is actually on the BBC. It’s like a mini series with 22 different episodes. I haven’t watched it yet, but it doesn’t look too bad.
This has a load of Spanish resources. You can get listening, reading, writing, and speaking worksheets. You do need to sign up for this one though.
This is a varied website full of news, soap operas, series, and entertainment to keep you busy while you’re improving your Spanish.
This is great for beginners, and also kids. It has a range of games, puzzles, spelling, and also worksheets.
You can’t get any cheesier than these soap operas, but they’re worthing giving a go to pick up new accents and to widen your vocabulary.
To raise your Spanish up to a high standard and also keep up with the news, have a look at Euronews. It has some great videos too.
There are probably loads more out there, but these are just a few of my favourites, which others do you know? Do you use any of the above?