10 Best Channels to Learn Spanish on YouTube • ConvoSpanish

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Do you want to learn Spanish on YouTube?

YouTube is one of the easiest and free ways to learn Spanish. However, it can be hard to find the right channel.

To make it easier for you, here I put together the 10 best YouTube channels to learn Spanish. 🙂

Learn Spanish on YouTube with the Following 10 channels

The following list is in descending order of subscribers.


Who the YouTuber is

The teacher in this channel is Ana from butterflyspanish.com. In addition, she is a native speaker and lives in a Spanish speaking country. Moreover, she studied Linguistics.

Level of Spanish taught

The channel includes topics for beginner, intermediate and advanced students.

What you will learn

Here, you will learn everything: vocabulary, grammar, pronunciation, tips and tricks, comprehension, and culture.

Additionally, you will learn the differences in the language among the different Spanish speaking countries.

Language of the Videos

In her videos, Ana mostly speaks in English, but she also uses Spanish once in a while.

The channel is produced by Spanishpod101, which is an online Spanish language learning website.

Level of Spanish

The videos are for all levels.

What you will learn

They cover a broad range of topics such as: vocabulary, grammar, pronunciation and learning tips.

According to them, you’ll learn to speak, read, write and hear Spanish.

In order to help with the learning process, some videos include quizzes.

Additionally, if you are interested in learning Mexican and Argentinian Spanish, then this channel is right for you. There are some videos dedicated exclusively to Argentinian and Mexican Spanish.

Language of the Videos

They use English and Spanish with captions.

Most of the videos are short, between 2 to 4 minutes long.


Who the YouTuber is

Lirica.io (a mobile app website to learn languages with music) is in charge of the channel.

Level of Spanish

Any student could take advantage of this channel and learn Spanish in a fun an different way.

What you will learn

You will learn the language through music in Spanish.

All the videos are on average 3 to 4 minutes.


Who the YouTuber is

Señor Jordan is the teacher in this channel.

According to his website, he studied Spanish in high school and has a major in Spanish and Communications.

Additionally, he studied in Costa Rica while in college. Also, he has traveled to Mexico and El Salvador and has helped out as an interpreter.

Currently, he teaches junior high and high school Spanish.

Level of Spanish

This channel has videos for all levels.

What you will learn

You will mostly learn grammar and vocabulary in a funny and catchy way.

Language of the Videos

He makes his videos mostly in English, but he also speaks in Spanish.

In addition, as he points out in his introduction video, his accent is mostly from Central America.

Most of his videos are short, from 3 to 5 minutes long.


Who the YouTuber is

The teacher in this channel is Elena Prieto from Tu escuela de español.

She is from Spain and used to work as a journalist. Later, in 2013 she studied a postgraduate degree to teach Spanish as a second language. Then, she taught Spanish in person and in 2014 she created her own online school.

Level of Spanish

This channel is for students of all levels.

What you will learn

Besides teaching you Spanish, this channel will also teach daily life in Spain and their customs.

Language of the Videos

This YouTuber uses Spanish exclusively for all her videos. Additionally, there are Spanish captions and some basic level videos also have English subtitles.

The videos are normally 5 to 8 minutes long.


Who the YouTuber is

Catalina Moreno Escobar, who is the founder and developer of Practiquemos, is in charge of this channel.

According to her, she has been a teacher of Spanish as a Second Language for more than a decade.

Level of Spanish

The videos seem to be for people with beginner and intermediate levels.

What you will learn

Thanks to this channel you will learn Spanish grammar and vocabulary. In addition, the lessons include examples and practicing.

Language of the Videos

She makes her videos completely in Spanish with Spanish captions and some subtitles.

Who the YouTuber is

The channel is produced by ProSpanish, whose CEO and founder is Martin, a school teacher.

His mission is to help people speak conversational Spanish.

Level of Spanish

The channel includes videos that seem to be mainly for beginners.

What you will learn

You will learn how to communicate in everyday Spanish situations.

In addition, this channel focuses on structures that can be changed and used in different situations.

Also, they avoid explaining abstract grammar rules and use different types of techniques which leads to faster progress.

Language of the Videos

English is the language that they use in this channel. Also, you will find text on screen with translations.

They have videos of different lengths, from 2 minutes to 20 minutes.

The teacher of this channel is Paul.

Level of Spanish

The channel has videos that could be considered beginner and intermediate.

What you will learn

You will mainly learn words and vocabulary with this channel.

Language of the Videos

The main language of the channel is English. Additionally, there are Spanish captions.

You will find videos of different lengths, from around 3 minutes to almost 50 minutes. However, the latest videos are mostly 15 minutes to 30 minutes long.


Who the YouTuber is

The YouTuber of this channel is Jordan from The Spanish Dude, an English native speaker who used to struggle with Spanish. Furthermore, he used be a bad student.

However, after spending some time in Spanish speaking countries “studying, practicing, talking” Spanish, he “totally fell in love with Spanish.”

In addition, he thinks that “you’ll only love Spanish if you understand it.”

Level of Spanish

The channel includes videos that seem to be mostly for beginner and intermediate students.

What you will learn

The Spanish dude teaches “Spanish for gringos” in a fun and easy way.

Language of the Videos

He uses English to explain the concepts. In addition, you will find text on screen with translations.

The channel is produced by Spanishdict, a Spanish translation website.

Level of Spanish

They have videos divided in four volumes, volume 1 being the lowest level and volume 4 being the highest level.

What you will learn

You will learn new vocabulary and concepts through lessons that use images and charts. In addition, all lessons are taught by professionally trained Spanish teachers.

Besides the videos, there are flashcards, quizzes, and speaking and writing activities on their website to practice.

Language of the Videos

They use English for the beginner level videos and Spanish for the more advance videos.

The videos are mostly 5 to 10 minutes long. However, they have videos about Spanish words that last around 15 seconds.

Final Thoughts

Hopefully, this list helps you choose the right channels to learn Spanish on YouTube.

Although learning Spanish on YouTube is a great idea, it doesn’t substitute the learning experience with a native Spanish speaker.

If you want to practice Spanish with a native, check out my online Spanish classes.

Also, if there are any other good channels I missed, please let me know in the comments!

Hola and hi, I am Inés and I am the author of all the posts in the ConvoSpanish blog. My goal is to offer free content for people to practice their Spanish. Creating and maintaining the blog takes a lot of my free time however, due to my love of sharing Spanish with you, I will keep adding and updating the content in the blog. If you like the content of this post and believe that it helps you, please consider donating. I need coffee to keep me going while creating the posts. Aren´t they worth at least a cup of coffee? 😛 Any amount is appreciated. Donations will be used to support the free blog.

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