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Learning spanish

Page history last edited by Jenny Boguski 13 years, 3 months ago

 

Every year some students travel to MdL with little to no spanish language experience.  The experience tends to be much more meaningful and productive if such students gain the ability to hold rudimentary conversations in spanish before travel.  Learning a language is nearly impossible for students alreadly loaded down with a full engineering schedule.  These are resources that have worked for some students in the past.  

 

Please add additional methods and comment on existing methods that have worked for you.

 



Method name Where to find it Cost Time commitment Your name Your email
Mango Languages

Columbus Metropolitan Library 

sign up for a library card online

Free, with card 30 min/day    
Pimsleur Languages

Seattle Public Library (online) - email me if you want to use my library card

Free, with card  30min/day  Eric Reynolds reynolds.380@osu.edu
Mango Languages 

Seattle Public Library (online) - email me if you want to use my library card

Free, with card  30min/day 

Eric Reynolds

 

reynolds.380@osu.edu

 

OSU Spanish Courses OSU Department of Spanish Free, with full time tuition These are legitimate graded classes, make sure you have time to spend on the busy work involved Nicole Lammeier (Spanish minor) 

lammeier.1@osu.edu

 

OSU Spanish Conversation Club (Sin Inglés Club)

osuspanishconversationclub@gmail.com

OSU Spanish Conversation Club Schedule (WI 09)

Free Haven't tried it, anyone?     
Reading Spanish-English Dictionary Bookstores, libraries.  this is what many Spanish speakers do to learn English.  Don't know any engineers yet who have learned this way Free or low cost Extensive    
Living with Spanish-speakers Abroad, but also some places in Columbus and elsewhere in U.S. Expensive, if abroad      

Live Mocha 

http://www.livemocha.com/  Free  As much or as little as you want. You can take beginning online courses and get feedback from Spanish-speaking members. Jenny Boguski  boguski.2@osu.edu 

 

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