A site called Forvo features all sorts of languages with native speakers pronouncing words for those of us who want to hear and learn. Check out the Spanish part!
www.ielanguages.com/spanish1.html for information on topics from beginner level to advanced that includes audio files, flash cards and practice activities!
agreement, alfabeto, animals, articles (the, body parts, colors, commands, demonstratives, describing people, descriptions, directions, estar, family, food, future tense, grammar, greetings and conversation, gustar, house, imperfect past tense, interrogatives, months and days, numbers, object pronouns, places, present perfect, present tense, preterito, pronunciation, reflexives, resources, saber vs conocer, school, ser, Spanish I, Spanish II, Spanish III, speaking/phrases, subject pronouns, subjunctive, tener, time, verbs, weather.
The BBC has a
site devoted to typical students’ questions while they try to learn Spanish. You can get their take on adjective agreement, verb conjugation and even pronunciation!
At Bright Hub, you can
listen to the alphabet!
Check out this
interactive phonetics site if you want to get all technical. :) To learn more about phonetics in any language, check out the parent site. (This site is neat if applied linguistics is your cup of tea.)