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Here are my favourite Spanish courses and resources:
Top Pick: Fluent in 3 Months Challenge – Have a 15 Minute Conversation in Spanish after just 90 Days
With the Fluent in 3 Months Challenge, you’ll learn Spanish to conversational level in 3 months. After just 90 days, you’ll have a 15-minute conversation in Spanish with a native speaker.
Follow this link to get on the Fluent in 3 Months Challenge waiting list.
Benny's Favourite Spanish Podcast
SpanishPod101 is my favourite Spanish podcast, especially for developing my listening skills. It’s also a top pick among the Fluent in 3 Months team.
With SpanishPod101, you start by selecting your level, and the audio course adjusts to you, getting gradually more complex as you progress. It goes right from absolute beginner to intermediate and advanced levels.
Benny’s Top 3 Spanish Resources
SpanishPod101 is my favourite Spanish podcast – and it covers all levels from absolute beginner to intermediate and advanced Spanish. Find out more here.
Spanish Uncovered is a story learning course created by my good friend, Olly Richards. It uses the power of story to teach you Spanish in an engaging way, where you absorb new Spanish as you follow the story. I wholeheartedly recommend it for beginner and upper beginner Spanish learners.
Why Spanish is Easy is my in-depth language hacker’s guide to Spanish. It’s not a course, rather it will give tips and hacks so you can learn Spanish faster and smarter.
Start Speaking Spanish – My Courses for Spanish Learners
Conversation Countdown – Have your first conversation in Spanish in just seven days. This is one of my most popular courses, and with good reason, because you’ll get results fast.
Language Hacking Spanish is my Spanish course for beginners published with Teach Yourself, that will get you speaking Spanish from day one.
The Fluent in 3 Months Challenge is a big hit with Spanish learners. At the end of the 90 day challenge, you’ll be ready to have a 15 minute conversation in Spanish with a native speaker.
Spanish Immersion Online
Unlimited Spanish is an audio course where native speaker Òscar simulates conversations, with cues for you to interact with him. It is among the best I’ve seen for simulating a real conversation from pre-recorded audio. For visual learners, you can read along through transcripts of the audio.
Confident Spanish Pronunciation
Forvo lets you find out how any Spanish word is pronounced. Just type the word you’re looking for into the Forvo search bar in Spanish, and you’ll hear it spoken by a native speaker.
Get a Spanish Tutor – Have Real Conversations in Spanish
italki: The best way to learn a language is to speak from day one. That’s why I love italki — because it means you can find an affordable Spanish tutor for on-to-one lessons, and start speaking right away.
Spanish Vocabulary and Grammar
Glossika uses audio repetition training with Artificial Intelligence (AI) to make sure you're learning Spanish at the pace that feels right for you. I especially like Glossika's focus on listening and speaking. You get to watch your fluency progress live with each audio “rep”.
MOSALingua uses audio flashcards to teach you Spanish, from absolute beginner to advanced level. The MOSA Learning® method is based on principles of cognitive science, so you can learn Spanish faster and smarter.
Wordreference is dictionary with a difference, as all words include a discussion thread about their subtle meanings.
Resources for Intermediate and Advanced Spanish Learners
LingQ immerses you in a world of compelling Spanish content — with 1000s of hours of Spanish podcasts, audiobooks, interviews, courses and more. Then anytime you come across a word you don't know, you can save it for review using LingQ's SRS learning tools.
Clozemaster Pro answers the question: what's the next step after Duolingo? Clozemaster helps you rapidly expand your vocabulary by learning Spanish in context. You’ll use the Cloze method to fill in the missing word for thousands of sentences in Spanish. The sentences you’ll learn are much more relevant to the real world than those you’ll learn on Duolingo.