Does anyone know any reliable websites to help me learn Spanish? and I mean like learn the rules of writing it, alphabet, vowel sounds etc. Thanks!
Hello, you could try: http://www.spanishdict.com
https://radiolingua.com/coffeebreakspanish/ (free podcasts) Seasons 1 and 2 offers 10-15 minute lessons for absolute beginners.
I also recommend this study aid link, http://duolingo.wikia.com/wiki/Study_aids . Click on the Spanish tab for resources.
If you'd like more suggestions it might be better to move this post over to the Spanish discussion board.
It will target your audience to the people who can help you.
Also, in the future, it really helps if your subject line is useful (instead of "help" maybe "beginner tips needed") so people can know from the subject line whether they have the knowledge to help you.
And bonus, if you ask a specific question, you'll be more likely to get a specific answer. The vague question you have here is easily answered by Google. If you had Googled first, then you'd be able to target your post to a specific question like "how do you make the rr sound?". If your post is vague, you might get a lot of downvotes and not any responses.
Thanks...Yeah I have almost no clue how to do other things on here other than my lesson!
Search: "Spanish alphabet" first hit = http://www.studyspanish.com/pronunciation/alphabet.htm
Since you're apparently brand new to Spanish, I highly recommend getting a notebook to write down vocab, pronunciation, and any other notes that seem useful. I've been doing that for Swedish and it has been very helpful. I find that I don't need it when I'm strengthening a skill; just writing it down and referring to the notes during the lesson has been helpful enough.