I can't find a better place to post this - perhaps we need a language forum? It looks like we might be travelling to Spain regularly in the future, so I have started to learn Spanish (fourth week and still going strong!) The resources online are wonderful - if you wonder about a verb, you can even go to YouTube, and you will find a video that describes it. Websites like BBC and SpanishDict have great courses. A bit of background: Before moving to Norway quite a few years ago, I started to learn Norwegian by listening to Norwegian dialogues (which weren't interrupted). When I got to Norway, I continued the same tecnique by buying childrens audiobooks, and following the text in the printed book that accompanied. When I had the hang of it, I then listened to the audio books without reading at the same time. I was fluent after about a year. Back to Spanish. I have downloaded lots of stuff, have completed the BBC course, and am working methodically through the SpanishDict course. However, everything I have found, as regards audio dialogues, is interspered with the teacher giving explanations etc. Which is OK first time you listen, but then when you want to get up to speed you just want the dialogues. So what I'm after is audio dialogues, but with the spanish and english in print. So I can learn the dialogue with the help of the printed text, but listen to the dialogues without interruption. Does anyone have any recommendations? Oh, and I'm learning Spanish Spanish, not Latin American spanish. Thanks !