Learn how to speak Spanish with lessons, courses, audio, activities and quizzes, including the alphabet, phrases, vocabulary, pronunciation, parts of speeches, grammar and many more.
CLass 1 : Basics
- Body Parts
- Fruits and Vegetables
- Family Members
- Shops and Places
- Frequently Used Spanish Words
- Sets of Vocabulary
Class 2: Greetings
-English to Spanish Reading Quiz
-Spanish to English Reading Quiz
-English to Spanish Listening Quiz
-Spanish to English Listening Quiz
Class 3: Polite Expressions
Class 4 : Praise
Class 5: Days, Months and Seasons
Class 6 : Climate
Class 7 : Time
Class 8 : Common Questions
Class 9 : Directions
Class 10 : Instructions
Class 11 : Health and Safety
Class 12 : Shifts and Pay
Class 13 : Around the Office
Class 14 : Animals
Class 15 : Tools and Equipment
Class 16 : Measurement
Class 17 : People
Class 18 : Crops and Plants
Class 19 : Holidays and Sympathies
Class 20 : Agriculture
Class 21 : Food and Drink
Class 22 : Love
Class 23 : Physical Appearance
Class 24 : Conversation Starters
Class 25 : Internet Terms
Class 26 : House
Class 27 : Theory
-The Spanish Alphabet
-Pronunciation: The Easy Consonants
-Pronunciation: Difficult Consonants
-Introduction to the Definite Article
-Introduction to Pronouns
-Formal and Informal You ('Usted' and 'Tú')
-Stress and Accent Marks
-Introduction to Conjugation
-Introduction to the Present Tense
-Conjugating Regular Verbs in the Present Tense
-Negation: 'No' and Related Words
-Adjectives and Word Order
-Inroduction to Prepositions
-Adjectives of Quantity
-Using the Preposition "De"
-Introduction to "Ser" and "Estar"
-Possessive Adjectives (Short Form)
-Counting: Cardinal Numbers
-Introduction to Adverbs
-Counting: Cardinal Numbers
-Plural Indefinite Articles ('Unos' and 'Unas')
-Comparisons of Inequality
-Making Adverbs from Adjectives
-Adverbs Not Ending in '-Mente'
-Speaking of the Future
-Introduction to the Future Tense
-Prepositional Object Pronouns
-Direct Object Pronouns
-Indirect Object Pronouns
-Using "Estar" for "To Be"
-Using "Ser" for "To Be"
-Using "Gustar" for "To Like"
-Two Simple Past Tenses
-Conjugating Regular Verbs in the Preterite
-Conjugating Verbs in the Imperfect
- Recording Bug Removed.
- New Vocabulary Added.
Ratings and Reviews
Good content worth the $
This app surprisingly has an extensive amount of content compared to many other "beginner" Spanish apps. Granted it might not very attractive in appearance, but this is more than a vocabulary list and will help you with your Spanish. Some of the categories like Love only have 13 words/expressions (sad) while others like Numbers has 61 words (yeah). This also includes theory helping to explain what you are learning. Again this is worth a purchase!
This is much more extensive than I expected it to be. Clear 'lessons' are followed by a more hands-on or shall we say, 'ears-on' listening lesson or drill, then a quiz.
It's also easy to use and understand how it works.
I'm impressed so far!
Of course, opportunity to actually speak in conversation will be the real lesson, but this seems to be a great start.
The best by far
This the best beginner spanish app available! They actually take you through the basics of learning the language and not just phrases. Therefore what you've learned last alot longer because you better understand the dynamics of the language.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.