Take a look at these sites and see which ones you like. Each will have a different purpose. Some are great for practice, others for simply having fun with Spanish. If you find one on the web that's not listed here and you think it should be, please post it as a comment! CAUTION:DO NOT USE ONLINE TRANSLATORS. They do a very poor job of translating large amounts of text.
The best online dictionary:
Another decent option:
Grammar Exercises and Practice
Click on the "Grammar", "Vocabulary" or "Verb Conjugation" at the top of the webpage. Look in the menu on the left side of the page and find the topic you want to practice/ You may also use the search function to find a particular topic to practice.
Great website with feedback on some exercises. This website has a bit more advanced grammar.
On this site you can pick different topics to study. It also has several games and activities that are fun to do.
4. http://www.bowdoin.edu/~eyepes/newgr/ats/ Here is a great site that covers just about every Spanish concept you would want to know about. One bonus is the interactive exercises it also has for you to practice:
This website has largest collection of Spanish-related website links that I have found. Everything from Hispanic country information, cooking, games and online dictionaries can be found here. Explore this site and let me know which sites you find to be helpful.
6. Verb conjuation practice
Vocabulary Practice and Lists
Look at the Textbook Links for chapter specific vocabulary
Type in search terms for vocabulary and look at the ones tagged by SGCSpanish.
Select the topic and use the dropdown menu to choose the correct word. You may also click on one of the symbols at the bottom of the page to play different types of games.
3. One of the best sites with word lists:
Short Word Lists
1. All of the listening videos we use in class: Click on "Videos" on the right of each topic. Use the "S, E, N" buttons to change the script to Spanish, English or None.
To search for a specific video, go to the Site Index
A lot of good listening links here on Spark Enthusiasm:
Listen to popular songs and read along with the lyrics at this site:
This website is based in Spain, so the accent might take a little time to get used to. Go to the "Listen now" for the podcasts.
Listen to these stories as you read. Select at topic from the menu on the left of the page: