Here at Expanish we know that learning and keeping in mind new vocabulary can be very hard. Sometimes it happens that you can’t remember the easiest words but instead some weird words you would never use but you remember because you like the sound, the orthography or just the meani
The internet is one of the most incredible and endless resources you can find today, offering up billions of websites, related to any subject imaginable, and all for the general public. In 2009 alone, almost 2 billion people around the globe will use the internet, and the numbers continue to grow.
If you are studying Spanish in Argentina, the internet can be your greatest resource and is almost always free or at low cost. As I am sure you know, there are various search engines you can use on the internet, however one of the most popular is Google.com, said to have over an 80% share of the global search engine market and also stated to be one of the fastest growing companies in the world.
How can you learn Spanish while using Google.Com?
Besides being a search engine and therefore a portal to Spanish language related websites, Google has its very own tool to improve your language skills online.
This handy little tool lets you define any word you choose in a moment of seconds, providing numerous definitions plus the definition’s original URL site.
Here’s how it works:
Just type in your toolbar or main Google search screen the word “define:” followed by a word, then press search. What will appear is a list of definitions of that word from a myriad of resources.
This can be a great tool for those who are writing in Spanish, wanting to learn new words, investigate words they have read, or want to just simply expand on their vocabulary. Words will be given to you in the same language that you have input, so keep in mind that this is not a dictionary, it is a word reference tool that will define words for you in the same language.
What is your favorite way to use the internet in order to learn Spanish in Buenos Aires?