Added: 07/28/2006 Underlined words are defined using pop-up pictures Grammar exercises can be checked entry by entry by pressing question mark. If any letter of an answer is wrong, it is replaced by a dash. Good copyright notices
Added: 07/28/2006 This webpage is a companion of the Ortografia site. This page includes useful spelling and language usage for: Abreviaturas, Siglas y acronimos, Onomatopeyas, Vicios del lenguaje, Expresiones incorrectas, Expresiones dificiles, Doble acentuacion, Juntas o
Added: 07/28/2006 The webpage is a daily newspaper site featuring current events. it provides high-interest reading for intermediate level reading proficiencies. The Spanish instructor will find that each article has links to related themes to provide for in-depth reading
Added: 07/28/2006 A Spanish cultural site. The site includes information on art, literature, horses, gourmet food, and the lottery. The webpage on Spanish art and painters provides short summaries of famous paintings housed in museums in Spain and throughout the world. The
Added: 07/28/2006 This is a great resource for finding material and links to other websites regarding Spanish culture, turism, politics, news & media, and information on real state.It also offers virtual tours to museums.
Added: 07/28/2006 The REALIA Project (Rich Electronic Archive for Language Instruction Anywhere) is a searchable, web-enabled database of images for using in teaching foreign languages (currently two Spanish and Russian).
Added: 07/28/2006 This site has excellent links to on-line Spanish/English dictionaries. There is a varied assortment of general and specialty dictionaries, e.g., medical, legal, business, and even a dictionary of computer terms among many others. The site also includes li
Added: 07/28/2006 Visit the center of Santiago de Compostela via a live webcam. Five cameras provide scenes inside and around the Cathedral and plazas of Santiago de Compostela, in Galicia, Spain. The scenes change every 20 seconds. While you observe the scenery, listen to