Reading the News
Do you often struggle to find interesting and appropriate Spanish reading materials at your level? Good news! Las noticias can help you develop a daily learning habit since “the news” happens every day.
Reading the news is a great way to build useful vocabulary. Unlike literature, the vocabulary used in news is formulaic, making it ideal for those new to learning Spanish. You are free to tailor your learning to your interests. Whether you’re drawn to politics, business, sports, or culture, you can find easy Spanish articles on the topics that most interest you.
The plus side for learners is that Spanish articles published by reputable news sites use current language. You won’t find archaic words like you might in classic literature. What’s more, the news reports use common, formal language rather than slang. Spanish articles display everyday grammatical structures and vocabulary, used correctly in context. Doesn’t that sound better than spending hours drilling verb conjugations or vocabulary lists?