CultureAlley.com offers Spanish lessons for free online. Like other websites that offer free language lessons, they also offer other languages apart from Spanish like Mandarin, Punjabi and Hindi. The only European language offered in this website is Spanish.
Expect a comprehensive approach to learning Spanish in this website knowing how certain websites’ strengths lay in teaching the language based on basic pleasantries and daily conversations plus cultural tips in order not to sound lost in translation. Hence, CultureAlley.com outlined their lessons not only with “Introduction and Greetings” but also other aspects that pays attention to your communication skills in Spanish.
You have the option to study the lessons offered on the home page and be exposed to other media as well in an effort to increase chances of proficiency in Spanish. At the bottom of the home page are links that would give further choices to learning Spanish. It even offers Skype lessons available by request.
This slightly reminds you of some English lessons offered online via Skype too. Those services often cater to Japanese students of all ages. If English can be taught one-on-one by Skype, why can’t the same treatment be applied on teaching Spanish too?
CultureAlley.com blogs tips and testimonials as well related to the tutorial services that they offer online. From applying the lessons learned to immigrating to the country that speaks the language they recently learned to using learned lessons to get a new job especially now that bilingual call center agents have become in demand, CultureAlley.com knew how to market their services well in an effort to encourage even non-speakers of the language to learn Spanish. It eases the discomfort of moving into a foreign land by breaking the language barriers that immigration brings.
Apart from having their own Facebook page that you can like, the blog entries posted in relation to the Spanish lessons that they offer are easy to share to. You can also share them in Twitter, StumbleUpon and Tumblr. Emailing the entries directly to the intended recipient is encouraged too.
CultureAlley.com takes pride in offering an English-Spanish dictionary where the Spanish words are clickable to let your hear the right way to pronounce the word. It may have been almost a common service offered in Spanish lessons offered online. But the advantage lay in classifying the words taught into 7 different figures of speech. Some of the words may have been familiar to you once you get to hear the way they are pronounced, not the way they are spelled.
One reminder prior to signing up: you may login using your Facebook account to learn Spanish and see yourself apply new words and phrases online when talking to Spanish-speaking friends. It’s a nice way to learn Spanish. Coordinating your social media skills to applying new lessons learned in Spanish class improves chances of meeting new friends online.
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