Learning a language is an incredible way to become immersed in a culture. Because the Spanish culture is so rich and full of spirit, it’s a fantastic language to discover and one that can be extremely fun, too.

As our Spanish lessons are currently taking place online, finding the same drive to maintain your practice, as you would during in-person lessons, may be a little more challenging. However, there are many ways in which you can continue your learning while at home.

From Netflix shows to gripping novels, learning Spanish has never been more thrilling! Take our word for it.

Learn Spanish Through Movies

Movies are a fantastic way to get acquainted with a language. You can broaden your vocabulary and better understand pronunciation, which is great when learning from home.

There are so many great Spanish movies you can find today, too. Gripping, exciting films with plots that will have you wanting to become fluent immediately so that you can join in on the action!

Films like Todo Sobre Mi Madre (All About My Mother) and Diarios de Motocicleta (The Motorcycle Diaries) are well-received movies that can benefit your at-home practice.

Spanish Netflix Shows

Spanish shows have become extremely popular on Netflix, like Casa de Papel (Money Heist) and Narcos. These are both incredibly gripping stories that will bring all the Spanish out of you!

Good Spanish Books

If you feel tired of staring at a screen, you can opt to improve your Spanish by reading. Again, you can find interesting stories that will transport you into the Spanish culture and way of life. You could also look for more fantasy-based plots that will genuinely test your vocabulary.

Learn Spanish Games

Tempting your family and friends to learn with you will help a lot!

One enjoyable way to do this is by learning some Spanish games. If you can find games that can include a few people, you’ll have some fun while you learn – the best way to make anything memorable.

Cook Spanish Food

Another one of our favourite ways to learn some Spanish is by indulging in their cuisine. The Spanish culture has some of the tastiest food, so cooking it up in your own home would be an entertaining – and delicious – experience.

Get the recipe in Spanish to truly test your fluency and make an event of it. You’ll get to practice your Spanish in a fun, immersive way, and there’s a great meal involved too. Everyone wins!

There are many ways you can keep up with your Spanish practising while having to attend online lessons instead of in-person. Though, that doesn’t mean they have to be any less entertaining or interactive. Take our advice and try out some of these activities. You may be surprised and return to class with a fluency you never thought possible!