Spanish courses abroad in Buenos Aires, Argentina
In correlation with taking Spanish lessons at Íbero, there are some online and offline Spanish learning tools that can be introduced into your daily routine to help you practice and learn even more. At Íbero we want to help you succeed and continue to use your Spanish vocabulary no matter where you are. We have compiled a list of different online and offline activities, including interactive Spanish activities, Spanish tutorials, Spanish learning lessons, and much more to help you continue your Spanish education.
Watch online Spanish videos
Youtube has a wealth of tutorials including Spanish courses online or how to learn Spanish tutorials to help improve your Spanish. It can also be a great tool to use for watching Spanish television series, music videos, and movies. Netflix, too, has an endless list of viewing material whether you’re looking for Spanish-made media, or movies and TV shows that offer Spanish subtitles and audio. A great show to watch is Club De Cuervos, a Netflix original in Spanish with the option of English subtitles. This helps you learn Spanish words in the context of a conversation, and when it is appropriate to use certain words rather than others.
Read Spanish newspapers, magazines, and books
Try going to a cafe with some of the local reading materials available to you in Spanish. In Argentina, a magazine like Hola or a newspaper such as La Nacion will provide endless reading material in just one edition (and some local gossip if you’re interested in it too!). You may not understand all of it, but at least you’ll be picking up some vocabulary.
Learn Spanish online games or board games
Whether it be online or a board game, there are many options out there to use a little friendly competition in order to improve your Spanish skills. Spanish Taboo, can be found in local department store if you’re somewhere like Argentina or, naturally, online. Taboo is a great game to increase your confidence in speaking Spanish out loud and to have some fun with the language at the same time.
Change everything to Spanish
What do we mean? Was probably your reaction to this, but it really helps. Change your cmputer, phone, tablet, all your technology to the Spanish language setting. This will force you to look at and be in constant interaction with the Spanish language.
We hope that these tips can help you succeed in conquering Spanish and give you ideas on how to improve and use your Spanish no matter where you are!