Read Some Books!!!
Here is a link to some children's books in Spanish
http://www.childrensbooksforever.com/childrenpages/Spanish.html Feel free to share other links
Better yet, view familiar movies in whatever language you're studying. Go on YouTube and look up some Disney films or something in Spanish, Ty2fkE. It'll have the added bonus of letting you hear things pronounced correctly.
That's a great idea, we did that in my Spanish class, I totally forgot about that, thank you
I agree. I recall watching Finding Nemo in Spanish in high school. Great movie in both languages.
Thanks for sharing. I like that. It will be useful for sure. And I'd like to add one of my favorite website.. http://albalearning.com/ You can find many classics with English translations and also audio version. So, while you're reading the text, you can listen the audio at the same time (for example: http://albalearning.com/audiolibros/cervantes/laespanola1-sp-en.html). And you can also download the audio file. For me it's really good, and useful. That's why this is my most favorite website which I use for practice. I hope you'll enjoy ;)
Not sure why the links are not working, but you can search on Susaeta in either UK amazon or US amazon for Spanish language children's books.
I have this one. There is one bad review but only because she thought that the fairy tales were too sad for a five year old. For me, it's been good in helping me to learn past tense in Spanish. http://www.amazon.com/Cuentos-m%C3%A1gicos-otros-Duende-Spanish/dp/8430524010/ref=sr_1_2?s=booksie=UTF8qid=1434472899sr=1-2keywords=susaeta+cuentos+magicos
And free audio books in all languages: https://librivox.org/search?primary_key=0&search_category=author&search_page=1&search_form=get_results
Thanks for sharing! Short of a few new vocabulary words, the one I read was very understandable :)
Wow, that's a great resource. As a teacher, you can bet I will use it frequently.