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1. Posted by cplford (Budding Member, 98 posts) 26 Jul '07 21:56

Can anyone suggest a good software package for learning Spanish, that you have used and found good? I want a very basic knowledge of the language - beyond Hola and Gracias and Mucho cerversa fria por favor.

Gracias amigos

2. Posted by Herr Bert (Moderator, 1370 posts) 27 Jul '07 02:30

Rosetta Stone.

It has a lot of options, from just learning the words, to writing and speaking in all kinds of exercises. (It is very expensive, but there are copies on the internet, including a disc with 27 languages )

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4. Posted by Kamar (Full Member, 32 posts) 2 Aug '07 11:50

Hi,
you can learn something here :

http://www.bbc.co.uk/languages/

5. Posted by ViajeraRus (Budding Member, 15 posts) 3 Aug '07 10:59

Why do you need a software, may be there are some books?
By the way, cerveza (beer) is feminine gender, so it's not "muchO", it's "muchA"

Si puedes leer esta frase, entonces ya puedes ir a EspaƱa y vas a entender todo.

6. Posted by tazzaa (Budding Member, 22 posts) 26 Aug '07 07:41

A good package is 'Spanish with Michael Thomas'. He is actually teaching two other people on the CDs and treats you like the 3rd student. I found them good because he doesn't expect you to memorise things he just gets you to repeat things often enough so you build up your vocab that way.

7. Posted by aniaPL (Budding Member, 5 posts) 24 Oct '07 03:10

I agree with Namowami - for the price of Rosetta Stone you can do a 2 week course in Spain and get the real contact with the language... Ive done it and can definitetly recommend it. Try Malaga schools for reasonable prices and quite cheap living there too :)

8. Posted by SVM (Inactive, 46 posts) 24 Oct '07 07:45

The below website is free and very good ..i have been trying with this.. good one..

www.123teachme.com