If you are learning Spanish grammar then you probably know that there is a really big number of websites preaching different ways and approaches of learning the language.
This article was created to share some tips on how to search on the internet for various materials and resources for learning Spanish grammar. After reading it you will know all the different places where you can go to put your hands on some tasty materials that will help you with your Spanish.
There are 7 main types of resources available:
1. Ebooks and online content
Good written content is surely the core of your resources base when it comes to learning Spanish. The best places to find some are:
- ehow.com – just use the search box and input: “learn Spanish” – you will find many articles and how-to guides
- wikihow.com – search for the same phrase as above
- Google.com – search for: “learn Spanish resources” and “learn Spanish ebook”
If you’re taking your quest of learning Spanish seriously you will need some good workbooks, and there’re no better places to find them than:
- amazon.com – search for: “Spanish workbook”
- eBay.com – search for the same phrase as above
- Google.com – search for the same phrase as above
Nowadays you can use videos to help you learn practically anything. There are many really good instructional videos on learning Spanish around the internet, here’s where you can find them:
- YouTube.com – search for: “learn Spanish” – YouTube is of course the biggest online source of videos, that’s why it’s the first place to check out
- 5min.com – search for the same phrase as above – great five-minute videos
- expertvillage.com – search for the same phrase as above – expertvillage is a massive site with dozens of experts in many fields
4. Mp3’s and podcasts
I’m sure you’re not surprised but the best place to find some helpful mp3’s/podcasts is iTunes. So just open it up, and search for “learn Spanish” (use this phrase).
5. Translators and dictionaries
There’s really one big player when it comes to online translators, and that is Google Translator. It can translate both single words and complex sentences as well. The great thing about it is the fact that it translates as you type.
Go to translate.Google.com to check it out.
6. Forums, communities and blogs
If you want to find some like-minded people you can use blog directories and catalogs such as:
- blogcatalog.com – search for: “learn Spanish”
- technorati.com – search for the same phrase as above
- …and you can always use Google
Google.com – search for: “learn Spanish forum”
7. Online courses
When it comes to online courses there’s really more stuff available than you can shake a stick at.
You can find them on Google by searching for a term like “learn Spanish courses”.
OK, so there you go. I just told you where you can go to find some really valuable information, resources and materials for learning Spanish.