Spanish for Music Lovers
Welcome. This site
will help you learn, review and enjoy Spanish through music. Song texts
are annotated with vocabulary and supplied with interesting links to help
you learn new words, drill grammar and expand your reading and listening
skills. The site is an ongoing project; look forward to the addition of
many more songs and exercises! Below is a list of links that are helpful
in learning Spanish.
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Enjoy the site! ¡Que os guste este sitio de web!
Aprender: gramática y ejercicios
A beautiful site from LanguageGuide.org. It has sound files produced by native speakers that are extremely easy to use. This site will appeal to visual and auditory learners by incorporating pictures and sound files even in the grammar lessons. Use it often!
The BBC’s Spanish Website: very rich and high-quality.
Lingolex’s Learn Spanish page -- lots of interactive exercises to help move vocabulary into memory.
Esaudio.net also has a lot of wonderful resources, including Power Point presentations on grammar and vocabulary.
Spanish Grammar Exercises from Colby University: A site dear to my heart, it’s one of the main resources I used to teach myself the basics.
Study Spanish is another sentimental favorite; although full access is only available upon payment, there are still plenty of exercises and quizzes to be quite helpful in your learning.
e-Learn Spanish.com is an on-line course with many helpful links.
SpanishSpanish.com is full of interactive resources for learning, practice and self-testing.
My Spanish Dictionary. A mind-boggling assembly of resources for learners of every level and learning preference (recommended by teacher Alicia Miller of Valley Charter School - ¡Muchas gracias!).
List of Resources from Kennesaw University.
University of California San Joachin with many sound files.
Super Spanish Websites maintained by Jim Becker, Emeritus from the University of Northern Iowa—the title says it all!
The WWW Virtual Library’s International Affairs Resources link collection for Spanish, an excellent starting point for any study session.
Globe-Gate.com’s list of Spanish learning resources: comprehensive and very low-frills.
A treasure for visual learners: Enchanted Learning.com’s website is pitched to children but functions just as well for older learners.
Spanish songs: lyrics with annotations indicating features of grammar and vocabulary by Assunta Montes de Oca de Marshall of the Northmont Area Community Network.
Spanish-English Vocabulary Quizzes – ¡sí sí sí! What a lot of little quizzes to help you memorize your vocabulary!
Quiz-Tree.com has loads of brief quizzes to help you exercise your memory.
Quia resources – although there is a charge for many of the resources offered through this site, there are quite a few available free, all appealing due to their interactivity.
Verb conjugator—sure to be your amigo for a long time.
Verbs-online.com will help you always know just where you are in time or reality. What a relief.
Beautiful collection of links from St. Olaf College.
This site includes much vocabulary and a valuable list of false cognates.
Thanks for these resources shared by Julie Blair:
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