The Best Spanish Learning Resources Online
The 24 resource sheets are based on our unique 24 Level System to Spanish Fluency®.
Are you looking for that one website or course with the best content to learn Spanish online?
Good luck, but it doesn’t exist.
Of course, there are very good websites and Spanish courses online.
Most of them have created their own content like educational videos and audio. Some of the courses include good grammar exercises and others use new learning techniques like gamification.
But no online Spanish course offers the perfect learning resources in every category. The best material to learn Spanish online is free. It costs nothing, zero.
There are literally thousands of blog posts, videos, podcasts, audio files, practice tasks, tests, etc.
Thousands of passionate Spanish teachers, schools and course providers are constantly competing to create the best material.
All that perfect material is spread all over the internet, so you’ll have a hard time not only to find it but also to figure out if it’s appropriate for your level.
Take advantage of hundreds of hours of research and organization of the web’s best resources to learn Spanish. We offer you the right resource sheets for your exact level. You can choose out of 24 levels (sheets) in total.
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24 Sheets (Levels)
We offer 24 resource sheets to cover all levels (A1 – B2) of our 24 Level System to Spanish Fluency®.
Our resource sheets link to the best videos, audio, exercises and quizzes related to the level you are learning.
15 Hours of Content
Every single resource sheet contains links with more than 15 hours of educational Spanish content.
Clear Learning Goals
The resource sheets come with clear learning goals so you know exactly what you will be able to do after completion of each level.
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Level 1-4 (A1)
LEVEL 1 (A1.1)
Spell out • Masculine and feminine • Plural of names and adjectives • The present tense
LEVEL 2 (A1.2)
Talk about your family • Describe a person • Ask and say the age • Use the ordinal numbers
LEVEL 3 (A1.3)
Irregular verbs in present tense • Reflexive verbs • Gustar and encantar • Differentiate hay and está(n)
LEVEL 4 (A1.4)
Go shopping • Understand and follow the steps of a recipe • Order food in a restaurant • Give instructions
Level 5-9 (A2)
LEVEL 5 (A2.1)
Give instructions • Go shopping • Talk about what you're doing at the moment • Invite someone to do something • Talk about celebrations
LEVEL 6 (A2.2)
Express intentions • Make a phone call • Talk about health • Talk about the human body
LEVEL 7 (A2.3)
Talk about your experiences and recent events • Talk about what has already been done and what has to be done • Express your mood
LEVEL 9 (A2.5)
Talk about traditions/habits of the past • Describe the past • Compare the past and the present • Express possession • Make comparisons • Talk about the weather • Propose activities • Express the way things are done • Express degrees of certainty • Talk about what you did
Level 10-16 (B1)
LEVEL 10 (B1.1)
Talk about personality • Express feelings • Place actions in a chronological timeline • Talk about the future • Express agreement and disagreement
LEVEL 11 (B1.2)
Express possibility and hypothesis • Express wishes • Telling facts in the past tense • React and evaluate • Give advice and instructions • Talk to doctors
LEVEL 12 (B1.3)
Give and ask for information • Buy on the market • Express wishes • Give advice • Talk about experiences • Compare
LEVEL 13 (B1.4)
Express an intention • Tell something you've heard or been told • Express emotions • Talk about advantages and disadvantages • Talk about experiences and compare
LEVEL 14 (B1.5)
Make suggestions for leisure activities • Offer help to others • Accept or reject help • Give recommendations or advice • Express your opinion • Make comparisons • Explain the rules to play a game • Describe a painting
LEVEL 15 (B1.6)
Express feelings • Describe gestures • Talk about habits • Recall experiences and evaluate them • Explaining and solving problems over the phone • Ask and do a favor
LEVEL 16 (B1.7)
Express fear or insecurity • Express disagreement or indignation • Express sorrow, pity and joy • Express good wishes
Level 17-24 (B2)
LEVEL 17 (B2.1)
Talk about friendship • Express feelings and reactions • Describe character and moods • Give your opinion • Express how we perform an action • Compare two ideas • Write a formal letter • Discuss different types of businesses
LEVEL 18 (B2.2)
Talk about your movie preferences • Express indifference • Repeat an order or suggestion
LEVEL 19 (B2.3)
Express wishes • Give advice or orders in the past • Express hypotheses about the past • Talk about employment • Write an application letter for a job position • Assess facts • Talk about unlikely or hypothetical situations
LEVEL 20 (B2.4)
Express wishes, doubts and politeness • Choose your means of communication • Talk about the duration of an action • Tell a story of the past • Retell what another person said • Compare
LEVEL 21 (B2.5)
Narrate a journey • Make hypotheses about the present and the past • Make predictions about future forms of transportation
LEVEL 22 (B2.6)
Talk about the technological future • Express purpose • Express consequences • Express transformation • Make hypothesis about the cities of the future • Write a scientific article
LEVEL 23 (B2.7)
Describe natural catastrophes • Express the beginning, the ending and the result of an action • Express consequences and regrets • Identify and describe people and things • Tell a story in the past • Imagine a different past / Express regret