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October 2023

¡Español Mucho Practicar! (Practice Spanish a Lot!)

On-line: Where to go:

There are many on-line programs out there, and most are pretty good. For me the following is working best at this time:

I tooks Spanish classes for several years, and it was a great investment and at least got me to a level whereby I could be effective with the on-line classes The next critical step is a lot of practice. These links have been useful to keep me going to keep learning. .

Learning Spanish: DouLingo.com (is the best for me. There is a free version, but the paid version is inexpensive and MUCH BETTER!)

Quick lookups, English to Spanish, Spanish to English (and other languages): Google Translate

Refining your Spanish, Especially VERB CONJUGATION: SpanishDict.com.

If you are wanting to learn Spanish, just jump in and learn. There are wonderful people “south of the border” and around the world. Get to know them!

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