Learning Spanish Online

Hi there! This blog post is going to introduce some of the best ways to learn and improve Spanish through online social media channels. I hope you can try some of these out and learn a lot from them.

Top 5 YouTube Channels to learn Spanish

1. Easyspanish
EasySpanish

This team of teachers record videos with grammar and conversation tips. They take to the streets and ask the Spanish public what they think about various themes. For example, in one of their videos they ask the public what they have in their handbag.

Their videos normally last between 10 and 15 minutes and always have subtitles in both English and Spanish, making it a useful learning tool for students with a high level of Spanish as well as a lower one (there is also a section called “easyeasyspanish” for those with an A1/A2 level).

2. Superholly
SuperHolly

Superholly is an American youtuber who was a Spanish student. Her videos aim to teach people how to sound like a Spanish native. She tells stories about her life in Spanish and always includes idiomatic expressions and tries to explain colloquial phrases.

Her videos normally last around 15 minutes and are always entertaining and very practical. They are particularly useful for those who already speak English, as she sometimes explains harder Spanish grammar points in English.

3. Butterfly Spanish
Butterfly Spanish

ButterflySpanish is a YouTube channel that mainly tries to improve the viewer´s understanding of Spanish grammar. They record their videos in a classroom and always write grammar explanations on a visible whiteboard so that viewers can make notes whilst watching the videos. It is a great channel for those students with a lower level of Spanish (A1/A2), as they normally clarify Spanish grammar points in English.

The videos normally last quite a while (20-30 minutes) and therefore go into detail so that the student takes something away from each video. They record videos on a variety of Spanish grammar points and problems, from the imperfect subjunctive to alcoholic drinks in Spain (which can help you forget about the dreaded subjunctive, of course!)

4. Lirica- Learn Spanish with Music
Lirica - learn Spanish with music

This channel offers a different way of learning- through songs. Each video comes with different grammar and comprehension tasks, as well as an English translation, making it super useful for those who love music and have a good grasp of the English language.

The videos always consist of lyrics to a song and images accompanying the music to maintain the viewer’s attention. They are very short too, so extremely easy to follow!

6. Señor Jordan
Señor Jordan

These YouTube videos are really fun and different! Señor Jordan records songs designed to help you remember verb rules and conjugations, with the lyrics shown on screen in vibrant colours. Each song is followed by an explanation of the points covered and the chance for the viewer to test their knowledge. He also has a pet cartoon monkey and has recorded a series of videos with his little monkey called “Storytelling with el mono”, which are just great!

Have fun learning! 🙂