These modules are currently available for Spanish:

Collection of links to various bilingual and special dictionaries.
Translator allows you to translate sentences and longer texts.
Grammar overview and links to pages about grammar.
System containing basic vocabulary divided into thematic groups.
Picture dictionary
Picture dictionary contains many illustrations and photos organized in thematic groups.
Most commonly used phrases divided into thematic groups.
Tests and quizzes
List of online grammar tests, vocabulary tests and language quizzes.
Collection of links to recorded audio materials. Audio helps learners to learn correct pronunciation.
Example sentences
Database containing thousands of example sentences. Sentences are important for learning correct use of words.
Links to various news sources. Place where you can see how well you studied.
Language software
Useful language software. Page contains dictionary applications and various vocabulary trainers.
Spanish grammar
Spanish phrases
Spanish vocabulary
Vocabulary trainer
Picture dictionary
Spanish dictionary
Spanish translator
Spanish quizzes
Examples of use
News in Spanish
Language software

Top 10 YouTube Channels to Learn Spanish | Brainscape Blog


Top 10 YouTube Channels to Learn Spanish

1. thespanishblog – It is safe to assume that is probably hard to find a personal native Spanish speaking tutor to provide daily Spanish lessons, but this is exactly what the Spanish Blog is. Laura Garrido Eslava uploads lessons on both YouTube and her personal blog that can help you master both vocabulary and pronunciation. Don’t forget to download some lessons to your mp3 if you’re a person on the go!

2. LearningLikeCrazy – Whether you want to lament the difficulties of learning Spanish verbs along with a few of their user testimonials or review basic some basic phrases, Learning (Spanish) Like Crazy’s Channel can be both educational and entertaining for any beginner. Learning Like Crazy also provides lessons for other languages as well, such as Italian.

3. languagenow – If you are looking for a more formal lesson, be sure to check out Professor Jason’s Channel. Professor Jason specializes in teaching both Spanish and Portuguese and provides comprehensive step-by-step video lessons on both his channel and his website. His video are on the lengthy end, but his organization of information is definitely worth the watch.

4. SpanishDict – SpanishDict’s videos are definitely a joy to watch, mainly because they are very organized and of very high quality. Use these if you are looking for a more interactive experience, they are sure to get you excited about the language. The only downside might be that the speaker’s lack native pronunciation, but don’t let this stop you from learning!

5. learnspanish1 – If you want a full and professional approach to learning Spanish, try watching and learning from learnspanish1’s channel very straightforward videos. You might also find his practical method very useful if you are planning to communicate in everyday Spanish situations. Be sure to see these videos to learn how to manipulate familiar phrases in different contexts.

6. eHow – This channel has a quaint series on learning basic Spanish for everyday usage along with an extensive collection of “how-to” videos. The tutor has great pronunciation and presents her videos in very friendly manner. These videos could be especially useful if you’re planning to teach a kid how to speak Spanish!

7. expertvillage – In the same vein as eHow, expertvillage’s Channel provides a string of Spanish-speaking videos along its wide range of learning programs. This channel’s focus is practical as well, specializing in topics such as communication difficulties with Spanish-speaking people and telephone conversations. Great for the viewer looking for a last-minute crash course!

8. spanishlanguagesite – This channel provides professional lessons to the general viewer, putting great emphasis on the importance of pronunciation. The guidance is extremely helpful and you might find useful exploring their podcasts if you like their lessons.

9. SpanishWithRocio’s Channel– For quick and interactive Spanish lessons, try the “Learn Spanish with Rocio” videos. All things taken into account, these videos are directed for intermediate learners of Spanish since they assume some previous exposure the language. They are a great way of practicing the language without English cues!

10. esaudio – For the grammar freak in you, try trabeojoj’s channel videos on Spanish grammar. This is aimed for more advanced speakers of Spanish, but it will definitely help you fine tune your speech by reviewing the ins and outs of the language. Their large selection of videos range from every thinkable topic of Spanish grammar.

For best results, combine Brainscape Spanish lessons with these YouTube channels, classes, and language immersion. Any great channels that we missed? Let us know in the comments!