I just did a guest post over on Jennie’s blog (which is fantastic, you definitely should subscribe, by the way) where I listed my absolute favorite free Spanish-learning resources: check it out here.  I should note that, as I said in that post, I only included about 10% of all the stuff I’ve got bookmarked and saved, but it’s the very top 10%, I didn’t want to make it a ridiculously long post and waste people’s time with every imaginable resource and tool.

Let me know what you think in the comments (on her site or here)–also, I submitted it to StumbleUpon, if you’ve got an account I’d very greatly muchly appreciate a thumbs up on it.

Cheers,

Andrew

 

I see you've been here a while (3 minutes, 30 seconds, to be precise)!

That must mean you like what you're reading!  You're finding it interesting, useful, helpful!  Oh that's wonderful, there's nothing more rewarding for a writer than knowing their material accomplished its goal of helping someone, of telling them something they didn't know before, of providing them with useful information!

Would you like more of the same? I can help you, Spanish students and teachers!

I have whole series of emails (many series!), lists of the most useful free online resources, and more to help beginning/intermediate Spanish students as well as Spanish teachers (a lot of that information is useful to both for different reasons).  If you'll subscribe to my email list right now I'll immediately send you my list of the Top 10 Free Online Spanish-Learning Resources as well as the first in my "Getting Started Learning Spanish" series, with much more to follow (e.g. my "Learn Spanish for Real" series where I teach idioms and slang from real-life contexts, "Learn Spanish from the News", "Learn Spanish on YouTube", and more!).

Thank you so much for giving me a chance and subscribing to my questionable writings, you'll receive your first two in the next few minutes - Andrew