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Learning Spanish Verbs

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Language Crosswords

November 19, 2006 -- From Vince, a reader, from Boston, MA, who is affiliated with the site.

Improve your foreign language skills (English, Spanish, German, French an Italian) by solving fun crosswords.

Anacleta’s World Language and Culture Resources

July 16, 2006 -- From Kathleen Siddons, a teacher, from Connecticut, USA, who is affiliated with the site.

“Anacleta’s Spanish and World Language and Culture Links and Resources” is a comprehensive source of materials and activities for creative teaching and learning about the Spanish language and its many cultures, as well as other world language and cultures. The design and focus of the site are especially suited for children under ten and their parents and FLES and bilingual teachers.

Celebrating Cesar Chavez

July 16, 2006 -- From Kathleen Siddons, a teacher, from Connecticut, USA, who is affiliated with the site.

Celebrating Cesar Chavez is a collection of online resources and teaching ideas in English and Spanish for teachers and librarians of children in kindergarten through grade five.

Learn Spanish

July 2, 2006 -- From Jacob, a reader, from Israel, who is affiliated with the site.

Learn Spanish is a free, on-line, educational resource to learn Spanish words. The flash site incorporates 40 topics, along with over 1,400 Spanish words and phrases. When you click on a word or phrase you can hear it spoken. The high quality audio was created in a sound studio. The site is multilingual. The menus are in Spanish and English. Both the student and the teacher will find the site easy to use and very educational.

Practice Free Online Spanish Verb Tenses

January 19, 2005 -- From Adrian Gonzalez-Martinez, a reader who is affiliated with the site

Free online software to practice conjugation of regular and irregular Spanish verbs in all tenses.

Spanish Language Excersises-self check-Verbs

February 8, 2000 -- From Ben, 13 years old from Washington DC, United States who is not affiliated with the site

It is a very good site except for one problem, which is the accents. But there are lots of ways to get around that. At first it’s confusing but after a couple times, you get the hang of it. It might also be easier to print out the blank set and right the answers in and then look at the answers on the web page.