There are some awesome courses for learning Spanish online, along with more than a few that are terrible and cost far too much money. Luckily, I’ve tried most of them and can help you avoid those less desirable ones.
In this post, I’ll look at 30 popular Spanish courses. Most cost money, but there are some good free ones included as well.
They’re grouped into tiers with the top-tier courses being the best ones. Tier 2 courses are pretty good but a bit weaker in some areas. Tier 3 courses could still be good for some learners but I’d be much more hesitant to recommend them. Finally, the 4th tier courses should probably be avoided.
Without further ado…
I never would have tried ChineseClass101 if I hadn’t decided to start this website. I had a very negative initial impression and quickly wrote them off as not for me. I think this is because you can’t see prices or any of their actual lessons without signing up first. They also send you a free offer for one of their products, written in the style of a used car salesman, right after you sign up.
It is one of the most popular resources out there for learning Chinese, so I decided to try it out myself. I was pleasantly surprised, and with their basic plan starting at only $8/month, it’s really not a bad option.