Learning Spanish with music is a great way to keep yourself interested and motivated to learn. Plus you get a lot of cultural nuance as well as more ‘real-life’ or informal language use than you normally can get from a textbook. This lesson uses Jesse & Joy’s song “Corre” covers some of the basics of first & second person verb conjugations as well as direct object pronouns. You can also learn more with Jesse & Joy Irse or you can subscribe to their videos here.
In this video lesson you’ll learn how to use some essential Spanish verbs – hacer, which is to do or to make and decir, to say or to tell. If you like this video then you may want to watch lesson one that features the beginner verbs of ser, estar (to be) and haber (to have). If you can learn all the forms of these essential verbs then you should be well on your way to expressing a huge variety of ideas. You can subscribe to their videos here.
This is actually a podcast that is also posted on youtube. This can be useful if you’re at work to put on in the background while you’re doing something else. In this episode they cover some travel vocabulary that you might use on a vacation – like to go, to walk, to go for drinks, see a film and other activities that you might do on a trip to Spain. The host is from Britain and he matches to a co-host who is a native Spanish speaker from Spain. You can find their other episodes here. You can also find some other useful travel vocabulary in this lesson.