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Online Spanish Language Training - Free - Produced by 'Language Transfer'

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Phyllis McNaughton posted a blog entry about the importance of learning Spanish. She provided several resources, all free.

CL member feedback about those resources was the trigger for creating an entirely new category of information on CL. Hence this, the first in a new series of educational resources that you may find beneficial in learning Spanish and moving you forward a bit toward multicultural integration.

One of the resources is a website called "Language Transfer". Click here to visit the Language Transfer website. The Language Transfer website offers more language training than just Spanish, but obviously our interest in offering this information is because of the Spanish language resources.

There are other online language training resources available for free. CL staff will review a couple more and if deemed appropriate we will provide hotlinks to them as well in future postings.

The complete Spanish course that is offered by Language Transfer consists of 90 lessons. You may access those lessons via the Language Transfer website, or via YouTube or via SoundCloud. However, to make things easier for CL members, we are providing hotlinks to those 90 lessons (the YouTube version) here:

  1. Lesson 01
  2. Lesson 02
  3. Lesson 03
  4. Lesson 04
  5. Lesson 05
  6. Lesson 06
  7. Lesson 07
  8. Lesson 08
  9. Lesson 09
  10. Lesson 10
  11. Lesson 11
  12. Lesson 12
  13. Lesson 13
  14. Lesson 14
  15. Lesson 15
  16. Lesson 16
  17. Lesson 17
  18. Lesson 18
  19. Lesson 19
  20. Lesson 20
  21. Lesson 21
  22. Lesson 22
  23. Lesson 23
  24. Lesson 24
  25. Lesson 25
  26. Lesson 26
  27. Lesson 27
  28. Lesson 28
  29. Lesson 29
  30. Lesson 30
  31. Lesson 31
  32. Lesson 32
  33. Lesson 33
  34. Lesson 34
  35. Lesson 35
  36. Lesson 36
  37. Lesson 37
  38. Lesson 38
  39. Lesson 39
  40. Lesson 40
  41. Lesson 41
  42. Lesson 42
  43. Lesson 43
  44. Lesson 44
  45. Lesson 45
  46. Lesson 46
  47. Lesson 47
  48. Lesson 48
  49. Lesson 49
  50. Lesson 50
  51. Lesson 51
  52. Lesson 52
  53. Lesson 53
  54. Lesson 54
  55. Lesson 55
  56. Lesson 56
  57. Lesson 57
  58. Lesson 58
  59. Lesson 59
  60. Lesson 60
  61. Lesson 61
  62. Lesson 62
  63. Lesson 63
  64. Lesson 64
  65. Lesson 65
  66. Lesson 66
  67. Lesson 67
  68. Lesson 68
  69. Lesson 69
  70. Lesson 70
  71. Lesson 71
  72. Lesson 72
  73. Lesson 73
  74. Lesson 74
  75. Lesson 75
  76. Lesson 76
  77. Lesson 77
  78. Lesson 78
  79. Lesson 79
  80. Lesson 80
  81. Lesson 81
  82. Lesson 82
  83. Lesson 83
  84. Lesson 84
  85. Lesson 85
  86. Lesson 86
  87. Lesson 87
  88. Lesson 88
  89. Lesson 89
  90. Lesson 90

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Adding a postscript to the above posting, in Lesson 04 you will begin to understand where the term 'language transfer' comes from. It has to do with the transferability of words between languages. The trainer talks about words being similar between the Latin and the Germanic languages in general, and more specifically between Spanish (a Latin language) and English (a Germanic language). All of a sudden you have access to about a thousand Spanish words based on their 'language transfer' from English.

Some people may find this approach to learning a language to be counterintuitive or non-instinctual. If it works for you, then great; if not, then try something else.

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