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Spanish Language Research Starter
Spanish is the native language of more than 470 million people worldwide. It is the official language of Spain, Mexico, and many South American nations. It also is spoken widely in Canada, Andorra, Morocco, the Caribbean, and the United States. Although Spain lost possession and control of its colonies in the Americas in the nineteenth century, the language remained ingrained in those countries. In the twenty-first century, Spanish remains the official language across much of Latin America.
Spanish Grammar and Lesson Websites
Spanish Grammar Doubts
offers explanations of common mistakes made with Spanish grammar.
offers readings in Spanish and English so students can compare the same reading in both languages.
Duke University resource guide with links and information for Duke students only.
explains the subjunctive with examples in English to help students better understand the subjunctive in Spanish. The site features other topics, such as pronunciation, vocabulary and grammar, as well.
Offers a useful English-Spanish dictionary as well as help with conjugations of Spanish verbs.
Spanish Language Magazines and Newspapers
Suenos: World Spanish Series
Filmed in Spain and across the Spanish-speaking world, this 20-part series covers practical basics for beginning speakers of the language and shows it being used in the richly diverse cultural contexts of Spain, Mexico, Costa Rica, Colombia, Argentina, Ecuador, Uruguay, and the U.S. Each program revolves around a person or group intent on turning a compelling ambition or dream (sueño) into reality. A must-see for anyone destined for Spain or Latin America, or for a Spanish-language classroom.