Spanish Games For Advanced
Although there is always a lot of hard work and study involved in learning another language, it does not have to be drudgery with no fun involved. Now there are ways to learn Spanish with games, so that the memorization and other practice is paired with learning games which help to motivate students and also help them to learn the vocabulary and language more quickly. These games can be found in books but can also be found online in Spanish learning games that are on various Spanish teaching websites. Some of these sites require that individuals pay a subscription fee in order to access all of the games and learning materials while others offer most resources for free but charge a fee for more advanced materials.
All language learning requires the study of vocabulary and grammar for that particular language. Learning Spanish is not different, with individuals being required to learn vocabulary lists, practice with pronunciation guides, listen to audio recordings of native speakers, and learning the grammar rules involved in Spanish. Memorizing these vocabulary lists can be made much easier through using Spanish learning games.
There are word finds that can be used in conjunction to learning vocabulary lists. That way the individual starts to train their eyes to recognize Spanish words rather than just their native language. There are also unscrambling types of word games where the individual has a scrambled Spanish word with a clue in Spanish that helps them to figure out what word the letters make. Both of these Spanish learning games make it easier for individuals to learn and retain Spanish word lists rather than simply learning them by rote through the use of flashcards.
Another type of Spanish learning game involves commonly used phrases that Spanish speakers use in every day life. One game that helps with this is where the learner is given a paragraph that is missing certain phrases out of it. Usually the paragraph is paired with pictures so that it is easier to guess what information needs to go in the blank. For beginners, there is usually a phrase word bank so that they can choose from provided phrases rather than having to come up with them on their own. For more advanced learners, there will be less picture support and no word bank to choose from since they have more Spanish learned already. Another Spanish learning game uses every day situations, such as ordering at a restaurant or shopping in a store to create a story that the individual participates in, using their newly learned words and phrases.