Can I learn Spanish without a teacher?
Yes, thanks to the many resources available today, it’s possible to make excellent progress without a teacher.
A lot of self-taught students start with Duolingo.
I haven’t experimented with its Spanish program, but I’ve spent some time with the German and Hebrew programs and was reasonably impressed.
Along the way you are bound to run into language features you don’t understand, but you don’t need a teacher to answer your questions.
Quora, , or should be able to help you over any humps.
Once you’re done with Duolingo, you can improve your reading skills by tackling a , your conversational skills with a (live or via Skype), and your writing skills with .
These are only a few of the resources available.
Reddit has and you can find others on your own.
Eventually you will want to reward yourself with a trip to a Spanish-speaking country, perhaps combined with language classes and a homestay.
These trips .
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Yes, but you need 3 main things as an overarching goal:
you need to know what you need to learn and find the appropriate resources yourself depending on your current level.
You also need to keep a strict discipline to practice even if you don't feel like doing it.
Motivation lasts for a short while but habits are long lasting.
You need to keep track of your progress.
What doesn't get measured doesn't get done.
From the very beginning you will need to learn the pronunciation of the different lettters and of their combination into syllables and words.
How would you do that without a teacher? So, you will need a teacher even if it is only a voice recorded on a CD or DVD.
If you plan on only ever writing and reading the language then yes, with the right resources you could.
If you ever want to speak it, though, I would consider some sort of teacher or tutor down the line.
It doesn't have to be in the beginning if you don't have the resources, but I would try to eventually save the money/contemplating travelling a couple of hours to get to a suitable location where there are resources (if location is the problem) and get some formal teaching at some point.