We offer a number of worksheets for beginning and novice Spanish students.

All the Spanish worksheets can be found below and are ready to print. If you are learning Spanish, this is the place for you. Just over 53 million people speak Spanish in the U.S. every day. Did you know that there are more Spanish speakers in the U.S. than Spain? By the mid-century we are expected to surpass the number of Spanish speakers in Mexico as well. To say that Spanish is ingrained in the United States culture is a true understatement. You will find worksheets that work on the proper use of the parts of speech. The tilde appears to always be a problem at this level. We will also learn to spell and read in Spanish.  You will find a wide range of oral conversation Spanish to English scripts.  We round off by learning the weather, numbers, months of the year and the days of the week.






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Categories of Spanish Worksheets

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Spanish Adjective Worksheet

Adjectives

Adjectives in Spanish change form, in most cases, to refer to a gender. These descriptive words can be a little complicated.

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Spanishto English Grammar Worksheet

Grammar

We cover a wide array of skills here. Please check back often as we constantly add new work.

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Spanish Greeting Worksheet

Greetings

Do you know what the most commonly used greeting is in Spanish? Adios!

Spanish Noun Worksheet

Nouns

Early in learning the language, students will focus on nouns. It's probably because they are concrete and can be learned with a stack of flashcards.

Spanish Number Worksheet

Numbers

This is always the go to for the first day of Spanish class. Hopeful you can count to cinco before you arrive at your first class.

Spanish Oral Worksheet

Oral and Conversational

Let's be clear that these are independent worksheets for students. This requires to be done in a class setting.

Spanish Picture Sentences Worksheets

Picture Sentences

These are presented as more of an introductory activity. There are limited free response sections here.

Spanish Reading Comprehension Worksheets

Reading Comprehension

A wide array of translation goes on in this section. It is not just Spanish to English, it goes both directions.

Spanish Spelling Worksheets

Spelling

Some are fill in and independent worksheets, other worksheets are to be done by a teacher led class.

Spanish Verb Worksheet

Verbs

Action words are all over the Spanish language.

What is the Best Way to Learn Spanish?

Spanish is the second most common language globally, and it's an incredible tool to have in your professional repertoire. Whether you want to be able to read Spanish-language materials, communicate with Spanish-speaking clients or customers, or understand Spanish-speaking friends and family, learning Spanish can open up a whole new world of opportunities.

So how do you go about learning such an expansive language? With so many ways to learn Spanish available, the process can seem overwhelming—but don't worry! This guide will walk you through the five best ways to start learning Spanish today. Empecemos!

1. Live in a Spanish-Speaking Country

The best way to learn a language is by immersing yourself in it.

If you live in a region that primarily speaks another language and are motivated enough, you can learn enough of that language in six months or less. You'll need full-time access (or close) to your target language and complete immersion.

2. Learn Through Music

According to research, music can stimulate your creativity, improve your mood and even make you smarter.

Listening to music in a new language is an excellent way to build your vocabulary and become accustomed to how it sounds. Before long, you'll be singing along with lyrics and picking up new phrases. Try finding songs by artists who speak primarily in Spanish—or at least include some Spanish-language tracks on your playlist. This will help you pick up words and rhythms more quickly than listening to English-only songs.

So, try listening to some of your favorite songs in Spanish; it will make you feel better and improve your speaking and comprehension skills. And if you don't know any Spanish-speaking artists, Spotify has a lot of playlists already assembled for you. All around, a great way to learn!

3. Use Technology

With a myriad of apps and software available for download, all for free, learning a new language has never been easier.

There are plenty of apps, websites, and other tools designed specifically for learning a language. The best way to approach these tools is with a beginner's mind—meaning you should be willing to try new things and not feel overwhelmed if you don't understand something on your first try.

If you don't have time to learn with an app or program but want to try out a little bit of Spanish on your own time—and are okay with incorrect translations—Google Translate might be for you. Google Translate offers options from English to over 100 languages, including Spanish! You can even select what type of text you want to be translated—whether it be written or spoken—so that you can practice both reading and speaking at once.

4. Enroll Yourself in a Spanish Language Class

Whether you're taking a class at a community college or an accredited language school, going through an immersive program will give you a solid foundation in all of the fundamentals. Not only that, but it will allow you to make lots of mistakes without fear of making them in front of your coworkers or customers.

Bonus: If you take an immersion class, the chances are good that your teacher will teach not only grammar rules and sentence structures but also slang and cultural cues that could come in handy while traveling.

5. Change Your Phone's Language Settings

By changing your phone language, you'll quickly become more familiar with basic words, helping you learn faster. This tip will help you learn Spanish quickly because learning vocabulary is one of the biggest challenges many learners face when trying to master a new language.

Everything starts falling into place once you know common nouns like names of people, places, and things.

Wrapping Up

Spanish is one of those languages that even native English speakers don't learn overnight. Learning a language can be a frustrating process, so if you want to learn as quickly and easily as possible, above are some steps you can take. By applying these tips and strategies, you can get off on the right foot with your new language!