- Duolingo – www.duolingo.com
Great for learning both Spanish and French.
Pros: you practise and learn Spanish and French like on a game.
Cons: it can teach some some sentences that are not super useful.
- Wordreference – www.wordreference.com
Best online dictionary there is.
Pros: lots of different meanings for any words you can search and lots of examples.
Cons: some language expressions may not be included… eg “it’s raining cats and dogs” in Spanish or French!
- Google Translator – https://translate.google.com
Best translator online.
Pros: can be a life saver for some tricky sentences or expressions which would be difficult to understand in a different way.
Cons: you won’t learn as much if you rely on the translator too much. Dictionary > Translator!
- Conjuguemos – https://conjuguemos.com/
Best grammar interactive conjugator online.
Pros: lots of practice in different tenses. You can filter only regular verbs, only irregular verbs, etc.
Cons: it will mark an answer as wrong just because of a missing accent, so it is super strict!
Do you know any other resources that should be listed here? Let me know in the comments below!