• Catharine Middleton

More helpful resources :)

Hi everyone,

Right, let's have a look at a few more handy resources.

Next up is: https://www.linguee.com

Linguee has a dictionary and you can also search for longer phrases/sentences here. It will bring up results from the internet relating to your search and will show you what sites they're from too. Top tip - if you search for phrases in quotation marks (and this goes for in your browser too, not just this site) it will only bring up exact matches to the text that you have searched for in quotes. Really helpful if you're looking for something specific or want to check if something is correct! Give it a go.

And have you ever tried Lawless French and Lawless Spanish?



These sites by Laura K Lawless are really helpful for all language levels. They include useful explanations of all the main grammar points, and focus on lots of different topics and vocabulary. You can take a proficiency test to find out your level and then find the resources which will be most helpful to you. These sites include speaking, listening, reading and writing activities so you can practice everything!

What about https://lingua.com/?

This site has lots of reading comprehensions in French and Spanish (as well as English, German, Portuguese and Italian). There are multiple short texts in your chosen language at different levels - from A1 to B1. Following the text, there are some questions to check that you understood it. It has a tool to help with learning new vocab too! Have a look and see what you think.

There are loads more brilliant sites but these are some of my faves. What about you? Which language sites are the most helpful for you?

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