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Hi Varun,

 

I haven't searched for any sites that offer online tutorials for learning Spanish. I suspect that you would come across a number of them in a search on the Web.

 

I wonder how big a market there is, or there might be in the future for personal language lessons online.

 

This page lists a very large number of online tutorials, for beginners through advanced students;

 

http://www.llas.ac.uk/resources/keywordres...x?keywordid=599

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Here you could get a free Spanish sample class:

 

*REMOVED URL WITH THE WORD "SPANISH" MISSPELLED*

 

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Who says forums give out inaccurate information? :cheers::blink:

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I love it when people ask this question because it gives me a chance to tell them about a program that taught me oodles of Spanish.

 

It is produced by the Annenberg Foundation and is called Destinos. It is a 52 episode serial in which you follow a Mexican-American lawyer to Spain, Argentina, Puerto Rico and Mexico as she investigates an interesting case she's been hired for. This is, hands down, the best foreign language program I have ever seen in my life.

 

In my state, California, they showed this on public television, both for home viewers and for college students who use this program as a course material in conjunction with a textbook and workbook you can buy. I have taught several different foreign languages, and I have to say, I only wish they would produce materials as fine as these for other languages. They make learning natural, a real pleasure, and far more like the way a native speaker apprehends a language from listening to others speak it.

 

If it's okay with the mods, I'll give a link here: http://www.learner.org/resources/series75.html

The wonderful thing is that learner.org recently put all of the episodes on-line, so you can watch them from your computer if local public TV isn't airing them in your region.

 

I cannot speak highly enough about this course and strongly believe that by repeatedly watching the entertaining episodes, anyone would pick up a ton of useful Spanish.

 

Hope this helps!

Miriam

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