The Loquella.com review was originally published in Dulaboo.com. I used to write for the said website before my contract expired. Republishing here for archiving purposes. Edited to suit Yoast’s requirements.
The internet is brimming with possibilities and opportunities to learn Spanish for free. In this vein, we discover another website worth sinking your teeth into in your effort into. Lo and behold, Loquella.com.
The usual free language lessons that a website offers would include written and oral exercises fit to meet your proficiency level. But do other websites put into consideration your learning pace?
Here at Loquella.com, you are allowed to learn at your own pace, even giving you a “Customize” button you can click to slow down the specific lesson at hand. You can also change the sequencing of visuals and audio upon doing so.
Online students are bracing for the Spanish lessons to be available on MP3 too. Once it does, MacBook owners would get the opportunity to download the MP3 versions and continue their Spanish lessons offline.
Loquella.com also offers languages other than Spanish.
Pretty portable too since the MP3 versions are easily transferable to your iPod or iPhone. For the meantime, the Spanish lessons are accessible by logging into Loquella.com.
On the other hand, Loquella.com‘s Spanish language lessons’ software has a downloadable version available on iTunes for your iPad or MacBook. When other audio materials for teaching Spanish say only the Spanish words, phrases and sentences in teaching the language, Loquella.com’s App utters even the English words. This is a nice way to keep new Spanish words learned in tow with the English translation.
Loquella.com attributes the learning materials and syllabus used in teaching Spanish online to the Foreign Service Institute, a government-backed initiative. It promotes learning of foreign languages in recognition of the various cultures that has called the United States their home via diversity of languages.
Since even non-Spanish speaking nationalities have become required to learn both English and Spanish prior to migrating to the US, online Spanish lessons like the variant that Loquella.com offers are very helpful.
Last time I checked, Loquella.com as a domain is now up for sale. Quite a waste. I really liked it based on how I reviewed the site back then. No Facebook page found either to see if the archived lessons can still be accessed. If as early as 2013, there are already so many Spanish-language learning apps up for grabs, what more in 2020?
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