With Unlimited Spanish you can learn Spanish in a way that doesn’t involve forced memorization of boring grammar rules.
Instead, you’ll learn by participating in conversation simulations and following exciting stories.
The conversation simulations prepare you to use what you learn. That way, you’ll learn Spanish as a skill, and not just as knowledge.
Don’t like to learn languages with textbooks?
Then FluentU may be for you.
FluentU is an online language immersion platform where you can learn Spanish through real-world videos.
It’s especially useful for intermediate learners and above. They can learn from real-life videos and real-life accents to get a step closer to fluency.
Great for developing good listening skills.
Similar to FluentU but with better video content.
Yabla has complete movies and tv series and even makes custom videos just for the Yabla platform.
The video library is also more aimed at adults, which makes it more interesting. Even so, Yabla also has content for children and various “strong” content filtering options.
Can’t choose between FluentU and Yabla?
Check out: FluentU vs. Yabla – Which One Is Better?
With Speechling, you can improve your Spanish pronunciation.
It works like this:
- You hear a native speaker say a sentence in Spanish
- You repeat the sentence and record your own voice
- You send the recording to your coach
- Your coach sends you feedback on your pronunciation within 24 hours
- You work to improve your pronunciation… and the cycle starts again until you nail it.
Speechling is a great tool to improve your pronunciation, an aspect of language learning that’s often neglected.
A basic Speechling account is free and grants you 35 corrections per month.
The paid version has unlimited corrections from a coach and costs $19.99/month.
If you’re interested in a paid account, use the code: SLL4NP at checkout to receive a lifetime 10% discount.
You can read my Speechling review here.
Glossika uses a method called: Mass sentence method.
This basically means that you will hear lots of sentences, and you have to repeat them as well as you can.
It’s ideal for getting used to the sounds and grammatical structures of Spanish.
Especially useful for the intermediate learner and above.
Spanish language course with short lessons and lots of dialogue. Starts easy but gets harder as you go.
If you hate courses with a fixed structure, try SpanishPod101 as it offers different learning paths.
This course is enormous (59 hours of audio)…. And free.
It’s the best Spanish course when it comes to getting results, but:
- It can get incredibly boring and frustrating.
- The audio quality is poor.
- The language used in the course is sexist and dated.
If you want to learn more about FSI Basic Spanish, I wrote a massive post about it.
Forvo is a huge online pronunciation dictionary.
Wanna know how you pronounce a word in your new language?
Check out Forvo. It’s free!
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