Free stuff to improve intermediate or beginner’s level of Spanish
There is a lot of free stuff on the internet nowadays that can help you to learn Spanish. I had a look around and found some resources that might help you to improve your Spanish without spending any money. It is quite easy to find a lot of free resources if you decide to search on Google. Just be sure what exactly are you looking for so that you get relevant results. Also be critical. Look for the course that bests suits your needs.
Here are some of the resources I find helpful:
http://lyricstraining.com – fantastic website to learn Spanish with lyrics
http://www.learner.org/resources/series75.html – Raquel Rodriguez travels to Spain, Argentina, Puerto Rico, and finally to Mexico to resolve the secret from Don Fernando’s past. The video is in conversational Spanish with some narration in English and in Spanish.
http://www.speechyproject.org/ – lists websites and tools to learn and teach Spanish
http://www.holaquetal.com/ – the on-line Spanish course supported by the Instituto Cervantes also, free level and paid level multimedia format videos on YouTube.
http://www.fsi-language-courses.org/Content.php?page=Spanish – free and legal to download, with mp3’s- go for basic course, jump in where you feel you need to.
http://www.veintemundos.com/en/ – free Spanish lessons
http://livemocha.com – very large online learning community that fuses traditional learning methods with online practice and interaction with native language speakers – lots of free lessons and also paid options
I wish you a great free learning.