The Ultimate List of Spanish resources

If you’re looking for Spanish resources, this is the only post you need. I’ve been receiving a lot of questions on recommendations for language resources so I decided to ask native speakers, Spanish learners, and teachers for advice and created this Ultimate list of Spanish resources.

From blogs to courses, and from books to songs, you can find anything here so you’ll always find something that fits your learning style. Most of the resources are free.

See this list as a place where we can return when we’re out of inspiration and look for new ways to learn this beautiful language.

Don’t forget to bookmark this page so that you can return whenever you want.

This is quite a long list so I kept the descriptions short. I’ll write other blog posts in the future to give more information about these resources.

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Educational Spanish websites/blogs

There are some must-visit blogs and educational websites if you’re learning Spanish. I listed them below. On these websites, you can read about tips on learning Spanish, learn new words, expressions, and grammar.

Other Spanish blogs and websites

However, if you want to practice your reading, you can visit these Spanish blogs and websites:

 

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Podcasts

Podcasts make one of the best Spanish resources that can help you improve your listening skills! Here are a few:

 

Spanish artists

Do you like music? I do! Here are some Spanish songs you can sing along with to improve your pronunciation:

If you listen to other types of music and want me to add your favorites to this list, let me know in the comments!

 

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Educational YouTube Channels for Spanish learners

Spanish-speaking YouTubers and other Spanish YouTube channels

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Spanish movies

Even though I don’t watch movies, I couldn’t exclude Spanish movies from my list of Spanish resources.

Here are some you may like and I may watch someday:

  • Relatos Salvajes
  • Azul y No Tan Rosa
  • Elvira te Daría Mi Via Pero La Estoy Usando
  • Wakolda
  • Una Chica Fantástica
  • Golazo
  • Contratatiempo Velvet (serie)
  • Los ojos de Julia
  • El Orfanato
  • El Laberinto del Fauno
  • El Zorro

 

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Apps

  • Memrise – learn words and phrases for free
  • Duolingo – learn words and phrases for free
  • Clozemaster – learn words in context for free
  • Quizlet – flashcard app for revising the words you came across using other Spanish resources
  • HelloTalk – find language exchange partners
  • Italki – find language exchange partners and teachers!
  • Spanishpod101 – Learn Spanish with audio and video lessons
  • FluentU – Learn Spanish by watching videos with interactive captions
  • Babbel – Learn, vocabulary and grammar in an interactive way

 

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Courses

Even though the Spanish resources I listed above are excellent, you may feel the need to be guided in your language learning journey.

You can check out one of these courses:

  • Spanish with Estefy | Courses for learners from all levels with the focus on small details that make you be understood better by native speakers
  • Spanish to Move | Interactive downloadable courses for all levels
 Any other suggestions? Let me know in the comments 🙂

 

Some other Spanish teachers who teach online

In case you prefer one-on-one contact, here are some Spanish teachers I know:

  • Patricia and Hozna from Espaker | Learn Spanish through culture
  • Lydia from Better in Spanish | Personalized lessons and training for exams
  • Ana Martinez from Reunión de Lenguas | Personalized Spanish lessons from a polyglot
  • Diego from Spanish to Mind | Awesome teacher who incorporates humor to help you go from an intermediate level to fluency
  • Esther from SpanishCaramba
  • Fran from Tu Profe de Espanol | One-on-one online Spanish lessons with exercises
  • Andres from Spanish with Andres | Skype lessons, contact him through Instagram

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Spanish grammar books

If you’re looking for Spanish grammar books, Assimil and Schaum’s are the recommendations of many language learners. They include a clear explanation of the language and lots of exercises. Check out the books below and compare them.

 

Spanish books for beginners/intermediates

You can start reading even if you don’t know a  lot of words yet. The short stories of Olly Richard are incredibly useful and fun to read. They don’t use complicated vocabulary and are available for beginners and intermediate learners.

Interlinear books are bilingual books with the translation of words underneath the sentence. They are very helpful for learners from an intermediate to advanced level and help you pick up new vocabulary. At the moment that I’m writing this post, these Interlinear books are available:

Not sure?  Read here my review of an Interlinear book

The Little Prince is an interesting children book that is available in almost every language. You can also read it in Spanish if you’re a beginner/intermediate learner.

Spanish books learners from an advanced/upper advanced level

Here are other Spanish books for learners of an advanced/upper advanced level from the greatest Hispanic writers that Spanish teachers recommend. Go check out what they are about through the links.

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Instagram profiles to follow

Social media can be a great Spanish resource if you follow the right profiles. Here are some you might want to check out:

Twitter profiles to follow

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What are your favorite Spanish resources?

I’ll occasionally add new links to this list. Name some of your favorite resources if you can’t find them here.


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Kamila is a polyglot who taught herself over 5 languages using social media and apps. She created Polyglot’s Diary where she enjoys sharing her tips and experiences. Head over to her Instagram profile and YouTube Channel to follow her progress.

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