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Re: My Spanish study favourites (gear, people, methods, resources....)

Posted: Sat Nov 21, 2020 12:06 am
by Kraut
SLIDEPLAYER.ES

tons of useful material:


Cambio Climático

https://slideplayer.es/slide/4106789/
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Si – Clauses Las Condicionales

https://slideplayer.es/slide/2992519/

Re: My Spanish study favourites (gear, people, methods, resources....)

Posted: Sun Dec 06, 2020 12:21 pm
by Kraut



https://subtitlebot.com/

Create subtitles (and translations) for a YouTube video, edit them and download for free if under 100MB.
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Video tools. Online
All-in-one easy-to-use online video tools

https://clideo.com/
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Video downloader:
https://www.videovor.com/de/instant-downloader
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Re: My Spanish study favourites (gear, people, methods, resources....)

Posted: Sun Dec 06, 2020 4:29 pm
by Kraut
FRASES BUENAS

https://frasesbuenas.net/

Frases de Cambio. Encuentra docenas de Frases de Cambio con fotos para copiar y compartir.

https://frasesbuenas.net/frases-de-cambio/


Frases de Éxito

https://frasesbuenas.net/frases-de-exito

Re: My Spanish study favourites (gear, people, methods, resources....)

Posted: Tue Dec 08, 2020 12:04 pm
by Kraut
¡Refresca tu español! MyEXPOLINGUA

3-part online refresher course about 3 hours
various tutors

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gbJqz7ejifg

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J24sBQvapMY

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Av7wNIeYGvg

Re: My Spanish study favourites (gear, people, methods, resources....)

Posted: Tue Dec 08, 2020 3:27 pm
by Kraut
Speechling listening comprehension

sentence pairs with audios each

https://speechling.com/de/listening/spanish

Re: My Spanish study favourites (gear, people, methods, resources....)

Posted: Wed Dec 09, 2020 2:08 pm
by Kraut
https://es.vikidia.org/wiki/Vikidia:Portada
Vikidia

What is Vikidia?
Vikidia is an encyclopedia written for 8 to 13-year-old children and anyone seeking easy-to-read content on a subject. Look at the thematic portals!

Anybody, regardless of age, is welcome to contribute to Vikidia. Interested? Help creating essential articles and more!



Vikidia es una enciclopedia libre para niños y jóvenes de entre 8 y 13 años, para los que quieren una enciclopedia con una presentación sencilla de un tema y para los que están aprendiendo el castellano.

La versión española comenzó el 10 de mayo de 2008 y todos pueden editarla, sin importar su edad. Esta enciclopedia libre está disponible también en otros idiomas.
Hemos tenido 29 usuarios activos en los últimos 30 días. Si quieres formar parte de esta comunidad, ¡créate una cuenta de usuario! Ya lo verás, es muy rápido y fácil. Si ya te has creado una cuenta y no sabes que hacer, puedes preguntar en el patio de Vikidia, el lugar donde los usuarios se reúnen para tratar temas sobre Vikidia.

Re: My Spanish study favourites (gear, people, methods, resources....)

Posted: Sat Dec 12, 2020 12:48 pm
by Kraut
I have read out a review from Tripadvisor. I know this text by heart and can do passages faster but have to formulate them in my head first.

https://vocaroo.com/16A0tsmotbm2

https://www.tripadvisor.es/ShowUserRevi ... Rioja.html
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I think I'm carrying lots of glottal stops from my German into my Spanish when I speak too slowly. This takes away fluency. "Discurso conectado" in Spanish ha ha.

for instance:

"que /glottal stop/estaban completos"
"me pilló /una tormenta"
"acordando /un precio"
"se me acercó / el dueno"
"verme / empapado / y"
"las / habitaciones
"una / habitación"
"y que / igual

https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Glottaler_Plosiv
Glottisschlag im Vokalanlaut

Re: My Spanish study favourites (gear, people, methods, resources....)

Posted: Fri Dec 18, 2020 6:31 pm
by Kraut
Topics that matter, read around your interests


Olly Richards begins a new series: “Topics that Matter”.

I have a golden rule when it comes to learning a new language:

“Read around your interests!”

When you read about the topics you love in your new language the benefits are immeasurable:

You see new words in context and internalise grammar naturally
You remember more of what you read because it's meaningful to you
Learning is so much fun you can't wait to come back for more!

The only problem?

Finding interesting material designed specifically for your current level can be difficult.

And that's why I've designed a brand new series of language books!

Introducing... “Topics that Matter”.

This brand new series brings you books about interesting and topical subjects in Spanish, written at a suitable level for learners.

Our first topic? (No, it’s not Covid!).

Climate Change in Simple Spanish

This book is designed specifically for intermediate level (B1-B2) and is written in a fun, conversational style.

But that's not all:

The book is reviewed at PhD level, so that all the facts are as accurate as possible
It is entirely a-political, so you can make up your own mind without feeling like you're getting a lecture.
It is only $0.99 on Kindle!

This book is my first foray into non-fiction, and I couldn't be prouder of it.

Inside, you’ll can find all the great learning tools you have come to love, such as:

Natural dialogues
Useful vocabulary
Native-like expressions

But that's not all. The book is also filled with all of the material you will need to learn more about climate change:

Topic-specific vocabulary
Useful key-facts summarising the learning points of each chapter
Illustrations and graphs to help you visualise what you are reading
Detailed bibliographies so that you can discover even more resources

It really is not to be missed!


Re: My Spanish study favourites (gear, people, methods, resources....)

Posted: Tue Dec 22, 2020 12:18 am
by Kraut
How to Learn Spanish from Scratch (& Have Fun While Doing It)

Polyglot vs. Linguist: The Best Strategies to Learn a New Language

https://www.lucalampariello.com/how-to-learn-spanish/

How Did This Polyglot Learn Spanish and 13 Other Languages? Meet Luca Lampariello!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kFBUZ5aRSVg

Are you wondering what you should do to learn Spanish? Well, I have a nice surprise for you today!

I chatted—in both English and Spanish—with Spring Spanish teacher Mariana to discuss some strategies for learning Spanish or any language in a fun and easy way! Basically, I shared my ideas and experience as a polyglot, and she elaborated on those ideas and made other suggestions from the perspective of an applied linguist and as part of the Spring Spanish collective.

Re: My Spanish study favourites (gear, people, methods, resources....)

Posted: Tue Dec 22, 2020 10:40 pm
by Kraut
Spanish verb conjugation tables

with example sentences and translations, man-made from Tatoeba

https://www.scholingua.com/de/es/konjug ... s%C3%A4tze