6 awesome Youtube channels for learning Spanish!

Learning a foreign language is a long journey, both exciting and tiring at times. It’s easy to fall into a routine and lose all joy of a learning process.   Who can save the day if  we do? Variety, since it makes things fun and interesting again! Myself, I love adding video materials into my learning plans. My video Wonderland’s Youtube – you could find anything you want there and it’s all free! That’s why I would love to present to you my ultimate list of 6 awesome Youtube channels for learning Spanish! 

  1. Butterfly Spanish

Butterfly Spanish is probably my favourite Youtube channel for learning Spanish! Her bubbly personality and “i-will-explain-you-everything-step-by-step-without-making-you-feel-stupid” attitude is everything I need to love the language even more. She covers material both for beginners and more advanced learners. Grammar, phrases, vocabulary – Butterfly Spanish gives you everything you need! 🙂

         2. French & Spanish with LanguageComics

Short comics in Spanish (and French too!) every week are a great way to learn new words in an interesting way. Most of them are either funny or sarcastic, sometimes both. I would definitely recommend you to subscribe to it, especially if you’re learning French, too! Two birds with one stone. 😉

        3. Senor Jordan

Songs to make you memorise words, muppet videos, catchy phrases to get stuck in your  head… Senor Jordan has it all! Domingo, Lunes, Martes… Catchy, isn’t it? 🙂

        4. Spanish lessons Paco

This channel’s all about comics, but they also make you repeat phrases at the end of the video, which I find really helpful. Sometimes a direct request from somebody works better than our self-discipline, right? At least it works better for me! I believe it’s a great way to indulge more Spanish into our daily lives. 4 minutes may not be much, but it’s still better than nothing!

        5.  Learn Spanish with SpanishPod101.com

I really love this channel – particularly because it’s full of great listening exercises. As much as it’s relatively easy to find channels full of vocabulary finding listenings is harder. When I started learning English I was afraid of listenings because I couldn’t understand much, but I know I’ve learnt to understand language more thanks to them.  Anyway, weekly vocabulary videos with Rosa are also something to look forward to!

       6. Telemundo

Telemundo is an American broadcast television network, who produces TV shows and telenovelas in Spanish.  On their official Youtube channel, there are lots of Spanish TV shows to get used to the language more! They have subtitles in English, so you could understand the plot before you are fluent in Spanish. 🙂 I watch “Bajo el Mismo Cielo”  and I really like it, but there are plenty other shows to choose from too, so explore and explore because there’s always more.. 😉

These are all  Youtube recommendations I have for you now. When it comes to indulging in the culture of the Spanish-speaking world I would definitely recommend you to visit My heart of Mexico by Fabiola. She’s a Mexican blogger, and thanks to her I definitely know more about Mexico than I did before!

 

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For everyone who would like to save the list for later here’s a little infographic. It’s my first one, so I hope I will get better with time. Enjoy! 🙂

Adiós mis amigos,

Jessie

 

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41 thoughts on “6 awesome Youtube channels for learning Spanish!

    1. I think these could help you with rebuilding your vocabulary – I’ll keep my fingers crossed for you! 🙂 I love Duolingo too! Thanks for stopping by. 🙂

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  1. Chel

    Oh my goodness… totally perfect. I wish I knew this for my Honeymoon trip. Totally going to try out some of these channels. Thanks so much for these.

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  2. Hola, Muchas gracias mi amigo. Your post is very helpful. And your infographics are very well done! Keep it up! Spanish is a language I’ve always found to be interesting. Better brush up my skills on this area.

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  3. carrie@thelavenderhytta

    These are some great resources! I use some youtube videos to learn Norwegian right now! They are great to help you learn quick!

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  4. journeyfreak

    These are great resources for learning Spanish. I’d also like to add the Duo Lingo app to the list. It was super useful when I was learning Spanish!

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  5. Allan Liwanag

    Thanks for the info. I have to say that I have used several of these when I was trying to learn spanish. I specifically used number 4, that is, learn spanish paco.

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  6. I know a lil but of Spanish coz I took a spanish class in college. It’s really my dream to learn to speak the language especially it’s one of the most widely spoken language in the world. These Youtube channels are great. I will check them! Thanks

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  7. Great tips, I found when I was learning french that reading the french newspaper or a teen type novel in french helped me develop my vocabulary. It is definitely fun learning new languages x

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  8. Laura x Loves

    This is the coolest post ever haha! Ive always wanted to learn spanish. I have no idea why I hadn’t looked on youtube earlier. Thanks! x

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    1. Aww, thank you! I think we’re so used to Youtube being only entertainment that we forget it’s also an educational platform. 🙂 Thanks for stopping by!

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  9. xotheurbancat

    Some Filipino words are based on the Spanish language… Best example are the days of the week, except Domingo because we call it Linggo here. Tho some old people uses Domingo. Meanwhile, if you will here Chavacano, one of the hundred of dialects here in the Philippines, it’s basically Spanish.

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    1. Awww, Linggo sounds lovely! I guess Chavacano people can speak with over 400 million people without learning another language and that’s pretty cool! Thanks for sharing your thoughts and stopping by! 🙂

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  10. I’ve never learn Spanish so I think this is a good beginning to do it. Learning other language can be daunting. I live in Belgium where there are 3 different officilas languages. I’m still working to speak better in Dutch (one of Belgium official language).

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