There’s been a lot said and written about how to jump into learning Spanish as a beginner here on MySpanishAdventure.com but not very much said about how to move into more advanced territory.
Eventually as a language learner, having put in the time, the months and often the years, you’re going to want to branch out from the resources you’ve been using thus far to develop your skills and dive into more challenging waters. Studying at an advanced level in a language, is one way of doing this. Sitting in lecture halls, participating in discussions and meandering your way through reading lists is certainly going to push you forward.
But what if, for some reason, perhaps financially, geographically or purely time-related, you simply can’t do that? We’ve mentioned only recently that you can indeed learn Spanish effectively outside of classes.
However there’s another alternative that bridges the best of both worlds. One that is cost-free yet structured. One that is intellectually demanding yet can be done at your own pace.
That alternative? It’s called Coursera. Continue Reading →