Have you ever wondered about the power of Learn Spanish Videos to bring your Spanish to the next level?
Not the occasional video your Spanish teacher showed you in the classroom or a video that you watched online.
No, I’m meaning an organic, comprehensive learning plan with lesson, lexicon, idioms, pronunciation, etc.
You just need a PC at home and a tablet or phablet when you are out of home and, apart from engaging in a conversation, you can learn the Spanish language in your downtime (anytime, anywhere). But more than this, you can learn with fun and for very short periods of time (3, 5, 10 minutes)…
…. the best way to overcome boredom in your learning experience!
As you probably already know the majority of educational Youtube video are not longer than 10 minutes. I think this is the perfect span of time to easily learn a lot of things. For a consistent learning experience you can watch 2-3 videos a day and greatly improve your Spanish.
And bear in mind that many videos you will watch to learn Spanish are very: movies, comedies, TV series, sketches, songs…
If some videos are not so funny (e.g. grammar videos), on the other hand they are very short, and you can learn little by little, 10 or less minute a day.
Keep also in mind that the quality of some online videos have nothing to envy to professional videos.
Often they have been made by professional teacher who are marketing a more advanced course than that in the video you can watch for free.
In this report you will find an extensive review of the different ways to learn Spanish free through videos.
After that you need only a daily learning routine to bring your Spanish to a very advanced level. Click here to see a an example of such a routine and create your own.
The most efficient way to learn the correct Spanish pronunciation is to watch videos that shows you the tongue positions you need to pronounce a peculiar letter or combination of letters. Here’s one:
Mexico Spanish Immersion Day
explanation of the pronunciation of the whole Spanish alphabet! This is one of the many learn Spanish video lessons available on the Youtube channel Butterfly Spanish:
2. Lecciones de gramática gratis (Free Spanish Grammar Lessons)
Spanish grammar is quite difficult and you can learn it only when you can already speak Spanish, at least at a basic level. Please don’t waste a lot of time trying to memorize complicated rules, verb conjugations, form of pronouns, etc.
Remember this: when you speak Spanish you can’t quickly recall and use all that theoretical knowledge. You have to speak (or write) automatically a good number of phrases before you begin to learn the grammar. Don’t get me wrong: Spanish grammar is very important if you want to master the language, but…
… grammar is for an intermediate/advanced learner.
When you will already able to speak a little (or a lot, better) you’ll find the motivation to learn some grammar rules, little by little.
Moreover that grammar rules will make sense for you because you have spoken and listened to the real language and you have some question about pronouns, conjugations, name gender, etc.
As Olly Richards clearly explains in the following video, you need to reverse enginering your grammar learning. This simply means that you have to:
listen the people speaking
reading simple Spanish text
Here’s one of the best program to Learn Spanish grammar on Youtube. It’s made of over 1400 learn Spanish Videos, however you can learn begin watching the first one hundred videos. Just 10 minutes a day and in 4/5 months you can assimilate a great deal of Spanish Grammar!
3. Spanish for Beginners Videos – Basic Phrases
There are really a lot of easy videos about basic Spanish phrases online. Watch the following videos that will teach you words and phrases about:
You can find an impressive serie of free videos at Spanispod101. There are video for absolute beginners, beginners, intermediate and advanced learners.
4. Learn Spanish Videos about Idioms & Culture
Learnin a language is much more than learning vocabulary and grammar. Idioms and way of saying are important and, in addition, you can also have fun learning and using them. We’ve found a fantastic series of 13 videos – Spanish Idiomatic Expressions A-Z. Here’s the first lesson: