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Virtual Tour

Spanish Dictionaries
Podcasts/ Listening Practice
  • Coffee Break Spanish – This website provides beginner-intermediate conversations and scenarios that are both realistic and informative. From introducing yourself to people to a conversation about traveling, along with more complicated topics, this website is very exciting.
  • Duolingo Podcast – “True stories for English speakers learning Spanish. From the makers of Duolingo, the most popular language-learning app, comes a new podcast that delivers fascinating real-life stories in easy-to-understand Spanish with English narration. These are not language lessons; they’re life lessons through language.” For beginners to intermediate level learners
  • Conjugemos Tube – Great videos that display real conversations
  • Spanish Listening – A website where you can select conversations on various topics spoken by speakers from every Spanish speaking country
Speaking Practice
  • Talk abroad – Conversation practice with native speakers
  • Fluencia – Students can use their Ramapo emails to access this efficient way of learning how to speak Spanish and communicate themselves effectively.
Other Resources
  • Duolingo – easy to access on-the-go, free, and accurate. Android and iOS applications available
  • La musica – This website focuses on the arts and media: from news to music to success stories, this website connects with Spanish-speakers and exposes Latin-X and Hispanic culture to non-Spanish speakers through a modern perspective. I found it intriguing because it’s unlike any other websites that I’ve found and puts a fun, engaging twist on learning a language.
  • Butterfly Spanish – An engaging YouTube channel to learn basic Spanish
  • Latin American Network Information Center – A portal for Latin American Studies