I have long recommended Go Comics as a great source for reading comics in Spanish. My productivity setup relies very heavily on using RSS feeds, but unfortunately, Go Comics recently removed all their individual comic RSS feeds. Not one to be daunted, I went in search of a way to get them back … [ Read more ]
Spanish NewsBites is a free language-learning website designed to help you learn Spanish at the same time as you learn about what’s happening TODAY throughout Spain and Latin America.
So just what is the Spanish NewsBites recipe?
Three to four times a week, we choose a news story from Spain or Latin America and adapt it for language learners. Often, it’s the kind of story you … [ Read more ]
A collection of 33 comics, many famous, in Spanish. Some are originally Spanish and others translated versions of English favorites such as Calvin and Hobbes, B.C., Cathy, Garfield, Marmaduke, The Wizard of Id, and Ziggy. [Hat tip to howtolearnspanish.com]
This Reader is the outgrowth of a desire for a textbook that combines simplicity with variety. To make it available for use almost at the very beginning of the Spanish course only the present tense has been employed in the first twenty-three selections and difficult constructions have been consistently avoided.
With one or two exceptions, many changes have been made in the selections taken from Spanish … [ Read more ]
Learn Spanish with Comics offers many short comics with the text in Spanish. You can click on the speech bubble to see the translation into English.
A great resource for reading, grammar and music in Spanish is Practica Español, by Instituto Cervantes, the Spanish government’s organization for the promotion of Spanish language and culture. Here you’ll find a large collection of current news articles sorted by difficulty levels and categories to suit your interests. If you don’t know a word, double-click to get the definition. There are also activities paired with … [ Read more ]
A free online copy (and downloadable .pdf).
In a departure from his Nobel prize-winning fiction, Garcia Marquez examines the November 7, 1990, abduction of well-known Colombian journalist Maruja Pachon and her sister-in-law by the “Extraditables,” drug traffickers belonging to the Medellin Cartel. Among others kidnapped were the daughter of an ex-president of Colombia and the son of the owner of El Tiempo, Colombia’s most important … [ Read more ]
The best selling newspaper in Spain. Some of the best writers publish their articles in El Pais. Good International Section and well designed. Only in Spanish. If you sign up to their RSS feed beware that they post a LOT of articles each day.