Here you’ll find courses which will help you to focus on your listening and speaking skills.
What's the difference between "n" and "ñ"? And how do you pronounce "c" and "z"? This course will show you how to pronounce individual letters in Spanish words.
How do you pronounce "ll", "rr" or "gü"? This course will show you how to pronounce double letters in Spanish words.
Where does the stress fall in Spanish words and how do we combine words with one another when speaking? This course will guide you through the particularites of Spanish pronunciation.
Join Eduardo on his trip to Peru: making small talk with the locals, in the hotel, in the market and around Lima's nightlife. You'll also be with him as he explores the Andes and the jungle. The course is based on level A2/B1 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.
With funny short stories in Spanish, you'll feel surer about the spelling of words, practise verb tenses and the agreement of adjectives.
Will you be able to pronounce these tongue twisters without getting lost? Practise pronouncing "ch", "p", "r" and other sounds without getting your tongue in a twist! You can also practise your listening, vocabulary and grammar skills as the tongue twisters contain very similar words: "En tres tristes platos de trigo, tres tristes tigres tragaban trigo."