Spanish apps for beginning Spanish students

There are tons of ways to "learn the language fast." These are just a few apps and websites that are helpful for new Spanish speakers to practice their new found skills.

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    FetchSpanish

    If building your vocabulary is what you want, this is a good game. It gives the player words and they have to search the board and click on the corresponding picture. As the player advances, more words and images are added to the game.

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    Top 10 iPhone Apps for Learning Spanish | Expanish Blog

    This website gives a list of the blogger's top ten Spanish apps for the iPhone/iPad.

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    Photo Skitch Document

    If you have difficulty conjugating verbs, this is the app for you! They have an extensive library of verbs and conjugates them for you into the present, imperfect, past, future, subjunctive, subjunctive past imperfect, subjunctive future, conditional, imperative, and negative imperative. 

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    Alphabet*

    Before you can start speaking a language it is important to know how the letters are pronounced. Alphabet* does just that. This app tells the learner how to pronounce each letter of the Spanish alphabet (even ch and ll which are no longer considered individual letters).

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    Read Spanish

    For the student who has a decent sized vocabulary, this is a good app for them to practice their translation of text. The student is able to read the novel in Spanish and by clicking on a word they can see the English translation. It also allows you to slide your finger across a paragraph to translate the entire paragraph.

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    Spanish for Beginners | Learn Spanish online for free with VeinteMundos | Learn Spanish online for free with VeinteMundos

    Spanish for Beginners helps you to get basic Spanish knowledge. You can improve your vocabulary and grammar knowledge with VeinteMundos.

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