Native speakers slowly read everything, and you can follow along, or easily repeat sections.
Our writers use simple language, but write how they’d talk to their friends.
Save and review vocab from articles, so you can finally remember the difference between jugar and juzgar.
Join weekly video calls with a leerly Spanish teacher, either just to get some extra listening practice, or take a stab at joining the conversation in Spanish. Lurkers always welcome.
Folks are using leerly as just one part of their language-learning journey, and seeing results.
With leerly, I'm reading articles that are actually interesting, but not too challenging. I feel like my vocabulary is expanding in ways that auto-translators wouldn't help with.
B2 Spanish Student
leerly is perfect because I’m reading articles that are interesting and relevant, but which also allow me to develop my vocabulary.
leerly has been incredible in helping me brush up on my Spanish in a formal manner. Articles are engaging, informative and translated wonderfully.
Two plans, upgrade at anytime. Also, refunds always available, no questions asked.
Sure! By default, the first month is totally free.
Once we feel as though we have really nailed the learning experience with Spanish, we want to expand to other languages, like French and Chinese. For now, though, only Spanish is available.
We find popular articles around the web each week, and then summarize and translate them to intermediate Spanish. We try to make sure our articles run the gamut of genres, like art, science, culture, business, etc.
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Yeah, it sounds kind of whacky, I didn't believe it either. That's why we recommend you try it out with our free trial, or you can read about it a little bit first.
As if. We think there is a lot we can do to make reading in intermediate Spanish more engaging, so we have a long list of things we want to finish building.