Free Spanish Lessons
These free Spanish lessons will teach you how to improve your Spanish knowledge and pronunciation immensely. Make sure that you use Rocket Record, our voice recognition technology to get your Spanish pronunciation perfect!
At the bottom of each Spanish lesson you will find the Testing section. Using these scientifically designed tests will help your recall of all the Spanish that you have learned!
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It's best to get started with the basics. Understanding the Spanish alphabet sounds will make the learning process a lot easier further down the track. Spanish is such an easy language to speak. It is phonetic, which means that as long as you memorize the sounds of each letter in the alphabet, you can ready ANY word! Click here for the lesson on the Spanish alphabet.
Let's take a look at the Spanish consonants. There are a few consonants that pose problems for English speakers which include b, v, ñ, rr,and ll. In English, the letters b and v are clearly differentiated. They’re not so clear in Spanish. Ask a native Spanish speaker to say the English word very and he may well end up saying berry. Let's check it out!
This free audio lesson is all about Spanish vowels. Vowels in Spanish are pronounced differently from their English equivalents. The vowels a, e, and o are pronounced with a strong tone, while i and u are pronounced quite softly.
Understanding where to put the emphasis in a word can be as difficult as sounding out the word itself. Fortunately, Spanish makes it easy for you. When a word is stressed on an irregular syllable, an accent mark will appear above the stressed vowel. Click here for the lesson on the Spanish Accents.
This free audio lesson is all about the numbers in Spanish. Going to the market for groceries? Need to tell someone your age or phone number? Want to be sure you catch the right bus? It’s time to learn numbers in Spanish!
If you are looking for something a little more fun with your Spanish then being able to sing Happy Birthday in Spanish should fit the bill! Learn the song and the different ways to say Happy Birthday in Spanish with this lesson.
Everyone loves a bargain, and in many Spanish-speaking countries negotiating is a big part of the shopping experience. Bargaining in Spanish can be entertaining--and easier on the wallet of course!
The colors in Spanish are some of the vocabulary you’ll utilize most when speaking Spanish. You’ll be surprised how often you use color words to describe things on a daily basis. You can start new conversations too by talking about your favorite color. Or perhaps you’re shopping and need to specify what you’re looking for.
A great way to expand your Spanish vocabulary is to learn to describe peoples characteristics in Spanish. This lesson teaches you how to describe peoples hair, eye and skin color, height, weight and more. On a similar note, if you want to talk about someone being beautiful in Spanish then check out this lesson.
Knowing how to give and receive directions in Spanish is probably one of the most valuable things that you can have up your sleeve when traveling around. Imagine getting disoriented in a strange new city and not knowing how to get back to your hotel. That could be pretty disconcerting, but if you can simply ask a local for directions, then a stressful situation is easily averted.
Knowing the names of different drinks in Spanish is very important when you are out and about travelling in a Spanish speaking country. From being able to quench your basic thirst when visiting local attractions, to understanding what the beverages in Spanish are at a local restaurant or bar. There are many situations when you might have to use drinks in Spanish vocabulary.
Learning about the face and facial features in Spanish is important, because you may need to visit a doctor or other medical professional, describe symptoms to a pharmacist to buy medication, describe what you want in a hair salon or beauty spa and even just to participate confidently in everyday conversations with people.
How would you like to be able to say how you really feel in a Spanish conversation? With the help of the Rocket Spanish team you’ll be able to express your emotions in Spanish and get to know native speakers better. Perhaps this will help to take your new friendships to the next level.
How do you tell people what you like to do in Spanish? In this free audio lesson you’ll learn how to say “I like” in Spanish. Whether it’s football, the cinema, dining out, or reading the latest novel, you’ll learn how to speak about hobbies in Spanish, and things you enjoy.
So let’s get to know your house in Spanish! Do you know the Spanish word for house? What about rooms around the house? After this free Rocket Spanish lesson you’ll be able to describe the house or apartment you live in, and the furniture and appliances in each room.
Preparing for a job interview in Spanish? After this free audio lesson you’ll be able to speak in Spanish about working hours, references and work permits. You’ll be able to talk about your experience and your qualifications.
Whether you’re on vacation or living in a Spanish-speaking country, knowing these Spanish words and phrases will make life a lot easier! After this you’ll know the words for different currencies, and how to do your banking in Spanish. Click here for the lesson on money in Spanish.
What words would you use to describe your personality in Spanish? There are literally thousands of adjectives that a person could draw on to talk about their character, but in this lesson you will find 15 of the most common traits.
Planning on eating at a restaurant in Spain? This free online Spanish audio lesson on eating in Spanish is at the top of the menu!
Whether you are missing a piece of cutlery or a napkin, or the waiter asks what type of water you’d like, you’ll be able to speak Spanish to get what you need. And after you’ve finished your meal you’ll be able to thank the waiter too.
If you love shopping then these are key lessons to make sure you get a great deal (and order the right thing). Need a bigger size? Something longer? No problem. Let's go shopping in Spanish!