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Exercises and games provide a relaxed and informal way of acquiring language skills. Get Into Spanish (from the BBC, in collaboration with the University of Cambridge) is a useful site where you can find a selection of resources for learners of Spanish.
“Spain is Different”, said the tourist advertising campaign of the 1970s, but is it really still different today? Judge for yourself – find out in which ways it is different.
The Hispanic world is not only famous for the passion of flamenco, there is also Salsa and Rumba from Cuba, the Tango from Argentina, the Pasodoble from Spain and many other varieties well known now in this country through Strictly Come Dancing. Ah! Let’s not forget the Mariache Bands from Mexico.
BBC Spanish: choose from various programmes/courses to study the language.
Tecla: Tecla is a text magazine written for learners and teachers of Spanish produced monthly during the UK academic year by the Consejería de Educación. (Spanish Education Council).
Spanish Experto: ideal for learning new vocabulary, and practice the tenses. Beginners, intermediate and advanced.
Access Languages - Spanish: ideal for beginners.
Instituto Cervantes: interactive language learning activities for beginner and intermediate students from the Instituto Cervantes.
Study Spanish.com: practise Spanish.
Utilidad.com: visit this site to build up your Spanish vocabulary of everyday activities, with a multitude of hints and tips being offered about various aspects of life.
Friends Abroad: finding pen friends.
Seaside Mexico - Kids learning Spanish.