Practice your Spanish with Music

Listening to Spanish songs can significantly improve your vocabulary and grammar because you will have a context for the new words and sentences you are learning; you are much more likely to remember words if you know them in song than in a long vocabulary list.

Here you will find songs featuring Spanish lyrics. They are categorized according to Spanish proficiency levels and include a reference to the corresponding grammar area covered in each piece. Check below our Grammar area guide.

In the video settings, you can adjust the song’s speed to listen more slowly to understand the words. We recommend you study the music several times to make it easier each time.

Grammar area guide

Direct & indirect object pronouns – lo(s), la(s), te, me, nos, se, le(s) Present Subjunctive – I hope you have a nice day – Espero que tengas un buen día
Present tense – I eat ice cream every day – Como helado todos los días The verb GUSTAR – Me gustas tú
Present continuous – I am eating right now – Estoy comiendo en este momento Future “will” form – I will eat later – Comeré más tarde
“Present” Perfect – I have eaten ice cream twice today – He comido helado dos veces hoy Future “going to” form – I’m going to eat later – Voy a comer más tarde
Possessive adjectives – mi(s), tu(s), su(s), nuestro, tuyo, mio, suyo, etc. Imperative – Come here! – ¡Ven aquí!
Past preterite – I ate my ice cream already – Ya comí mi helado Conditional – I would like to go but I don’t feel well – Me gustaría ir pero no me siento bien
Past imperfect – I used to eat ice cream every day – Comía helado todos los días Imperfect Subjunctive – If I won the lottery I would buy another car – Si ganara la lotería compraría otro carro
  • Level: Beginner / Genre: Pop
  • Grammar area: Present Tense
  • Level: Beginner / Genre: Mix
  • Grammar area: Verbo Gustar
  • Level: Beginner / Genre: Ballad
  • Grammar area: Direct & Indirect Object Pronouns, possessive adjectives 
  • Level: Beginner / Genre: Ballad
  • Grammar area: Direct & Indirect Object Pronouns, Present Continuous
  • Level: Beginner / Genre: Ballad
  • Grammar area: Direct Object Pronouns
  • Level: Beginner / Genre: Pop
  • Grammar area: Direct & indirect object pronouns, present continuous
  • Level: Intermediate / Genre: Pop
  • Grammar area: Direct & Indirect Object Pronouns, present perfect, past perfect
  • Level: Intermediate / Genre: Trova
  • Grammar area: Direct & Indirect object pronouns, past tenses (past preterite & past imperfect)

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