Is it really possible to learn Spanish online?
The answer to that is both “yes” and “no.”
From my own experience and that of others, I would say that if you expect to learn Spanish completely sitting in front of the computer and never going out and interacting with other people in the language, you will probably be disappointed.
On the other hand, if you find that your online language learning efforts lay a good foundation from which to converse with other human beings, you’ll be pleased with the results.
Internet technology makes possible a wide variety of online resources for learning Spanish, and many of them are truly outstanding. There are audio and video files, aimed at beginners, that you can play directly on the Web, as well as materials that you can download.
There are also blogs and discussion forums for people like you who are learning the language. Here you can compare your progress, ask questions about grammar or vocabulary points that have stumped you, and enjoy the support and encouragement of an entire community. And speaking of community, you can also find out about gatherings in your city where people get together to practice speaking Spanish.
A piece of advice if you are learning Spanish mainly on the Internet: Beware of distractions! You must give your lessons your full attention, at least for 15-20 minute periods at a time. It’s all too easy to walk away from them, only to find that you’ve wasted precious time that was meant for your language study.
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