Can you start learning Spanish on Youtube? How and where can we find Spanish lessons on this platform? Here’s a blog that might help you.
Learning Spanish on YouTube: How?
Are you trying to find another way to learn the Spanish language? Spanish is a very popular language to learn, so there are many tools and resources available. However, perusing all the options can be a little confusing.
However, one of the best resources for learning and using Spanish is YouTube, which is also cost-free. There are some excellent Spanish channels on YouTube that will teach you everything from vocabulary and grammar to Spanish culture and news, but many language learners ignore them.
Regardless of your level of experience with the language or desire to improve it, there are Spanish YouTube channels for everyone. I’ll run down 4 (plus one) incredible YouTube channels where language learners of all skill levels can find what they need.
Learn Spanish with Lucrezia
This is a well-known channel for those looking to learn or keep up their Spanish proficiency. There are many different Spanish videos available, all of which are presented by native Spanish speakers. The series of videos in “Learn Spanish with Lucrezia” teach very fundamental concepts, like the alphabet or the present tenses, making it ideal for complete beginners.
However, because it includes video lessons on more difficult grammatical structures, like the subjunctive, it is also fantastic for more experienced students. There is something for everyone in these very helpful and straightforward videos. Every week, new videos are posted with weekly content changes.
Here are some of the Youtube Channels where you can study Spanish
The Language Tutor
This fantastic YouTube channel, which was created by Dr. Danny Evans, allows you to learn Spanish. It covers everything from the alphabet to more complex concepts like the past perfect subjunctive. His videos cover every subject with thorough explanations in English and numerous examples.
His primary playlist has more than 130 videos that cover basic Spanish grammar and vocabulary. Additionally, there are playlists for vocabulary words, vital verbs, and nations. Learn English for Spanish Speakers, a video series hosted by Robin that is primarily in Latin American Spanish offers a little bit of a challenge.
You can practice your Spanish listening comprehension skills here since she only translates new words or ideas into English.
The FluentU YouTube channel is full of helpful study advice, analyses of movie scenes, vocabulary lists, suggestions for language learning tools, and more. You’ll see a lot of real and dub content, as well as explorations of well-known Spanish-language songs, Ted talks, and more (like “Squid Game”).
In the “La Casa de Papel” video, for instance, you can watch a clip from the well-known program before learning the definitions of important terms and expressions. For even more context to your learning, other videos go a step further and provide examples of the words and terms in use in other contexts and video clips.
The short, approachable videos are always jam-packed with useful details like grammar and vocabulary. This channel’s goal is to help you understand the context so you can use the language in your conversations, not just introduce you to it.
For intermediate to advanced learners, Maria Español is the best learning channel. Each lesson is conducted entirely in Spanish, and there are no English subtitles available (English is available in aut0-translate). The 10 to 30-minute-long videos on this channel cover subjects like pronunciation, vocabulary (at various levels), and proper tenses usage.
She also offers some entertaining videos with jokes and read-along exercises. If there’s something you want to see that Mara hasn’t yet covered, you can try suggesting it! Mara frequently accepts suggestions from viewers about what topics to cover!
Other ways to improve your Spanish skills
It’s possible to engage in a fun activity that doesn’t feel like learning by watching Spanish YouTube videos.
In addition to YouTube, the following resources can help you improve your ability to understand Spanish spoken aloud:
- Using podcasts to learn Spanish;
- Learn Spanish through music;
- Use humor to learn Spanish.
How do you feel about this selection of the best Spanish YouTube channels? I sincerely hope that learning Spanish through these resources motivates you to learn more about this enthralling language. Don’t forget to listen to the Think In Spanish course’s audio lessons and readings as well.