The following resources are study tools to support your learning, memorization, and understanding of grammar concepts.
Spanish Dictionary: this is a website with a Spanish-to-English dictionary, as well as grammar guides with quizzes.
There’s also an app available for free on Android and iPhone.
Quizlet: this website allows users to make free digital flashcards as a learning tool. You can review your course’s content with these flashcards and games.
Flash cards: good for vocabulary terms and grammar concepts
Games: Quizzing yourself through games (“write,” “gravity,” and “match”)
(available when you click on a set of flashcards)
Available online and as an app
(the free option has most of the needed amenities)
Good for studying terms for exams, but you may also want to make physical flashcards if that is more effective for your studying, as writing helps your brain remember information more successfully
The following links are great for learning on the go and becoming accustomed to hearing verbal Spanish.
Duolingo Spanish Podcast: this podcast features approximately 20 minute stories, primarily in Spanish but with interludes in English.
Available on the Duolingo website (linked above) and Apple Podcasts.
News In Slow Spanish: this podcast features current events in Latin American countries.
Featured on the podcast website (linked above) and Apple Podcasts.
Flor de Toloache’s songs: this all-woman mariachi band sings traditional Mexican music as well as fusion of Latin American tunes and pop.
Their songs are of varying tempos, but the slower ones can be particularly useful for getting used to hearing Spanish.
Linked above is their album Indestructible.
Lirica Channel: this channel lets you view lyric videos of songs in Spanish with the original lyrics as well as an English translation.
Here is a list compilations of songs that are helpful for students learning Spanish:
Take you learning on the go with these apps.
Drew University Library Research Resources by subject: visit this page for links to databases that are geared specifically towards Spanish.
Links include Collins Spanish Dictionary, Referencia Latina, and more.
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