How to keep learning Spanish after your classes

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Hey Spaneasiers! How are your Spanish classes going? Are you already fluent? If you are not, don’t worry about it! Learning a language takes time and patience, but we are sure you are going to improve a lot thanks to our teachers. However, there are plenty of things you can do on your own in order to practice. That’s why today’s post is about the best apps to learn Spanish.
First of all, we want you to know that all apps are very useful but we see them as a supplement to the regular classes, as an accessory! They reinforce what you have already learnt. Plus, they keep you in the mood of learning after the class is over. This is our top four:
 
Duolingo
You have probably heard of this one before. It is very well-known! It almost works like a videogame. Every time you complete a lesson, which takes around 5 minutes, you receive points and achivements. What is more, there is a heart you have to keep alive through practice. It definitively keeps the user motivated! In addition, it is free!
AnkiApp
The method of this application is very different. It encourages learning through flashcards. First thing you have to do is downloading the materials. In other words, select the flashcards you are interested in or create your own ones. Then study them and test how much you have learned. The tests only take one minute each. After that, the app shows you the progress! It is worth it!
Wlingua
Like we do in our school, this app tests your level so that you can start in the most suitable one. If you reach the goals, you win stars that will get you a few hours in the premium version. Isn’t that nice? You can focus on the content you find most important. Moreover, there are very clear explanations for each lesson.
Babble
We just can’t get enough of this one! Although we have to warn you, it is not free. But it is totally worth it! It is a very interactive app. You have to do exercises all the time to make sure you have really understood the lessons. Also, there many audios to improve your pronunciation. It is very complete!
 
I don’t know about you, but we are going to try them all! Plus, if you are interested in keeping on learning on your free time, check Spanish shows that help you to learn Spanish.
 

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