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The resources you need will depend on the type of conversational Spanish course you are following. All taught courses are likely to have one of the following to help you learn conversational Spanish: * course books (these may include separate grammar books and workbooks, depending on the level of the course) * audio tapes, CDs or radio to improve listening and Spanish comprehension * video tapes or DVDs Spanish education can be extended by reading Spanish-language newspapers and magazines. A good dictionary is essential to support a conversational Spanish course. This enables learners to find the words for items not covered by the regular course content. Finally, conversational Spanish courses can be enhanced by using the wealth of free information that is available online. This includes pronunciation guides, vocabulary lists, grammatical tips and much more.
|Sheri Ann Richerson|