For a really useful Spanish phrase lookup, arranged under various headings such as Accommodation, Bus, Train, Taxi, Eating Out, and so on, complete with a pronunciation guide, look here. If you would like a more in-depth knowledge of the Spanish language, there are some free tutorials here and you'll find a rather better laid out free resource here.
We've not yet found a purely Mallorcan reference (you'll be the first to know!) but this free Catalan to English Dictionary is very useful.
There are many personal language tutors on the island - check your local newsagents window - and several excellent language schools. One of the longest established language schools in Mallorca is The Classroom in Palma, who have a team of well qualified and experienced staff, as well as all the latest teaching aids.
If you are looking for a personalised and professional Spanish and Catalan translation service, we recommend you contact Victoria Amengual, who is My Destination Mallorca's preferred translator.
Covers today’s Catalan as spoken around Barcelona, with coverage of the Valencia and Balearic variations. The course pack includes the book plus two hours of recorded material to help with pronunciation and recognition.
Electronic dictionary with downloadable content cabability. Instant translation of over 2 000 traveler's phrases. Grammar guide, advanced conjugations, and correction of phonetic spelling. Seven games to reinforce learning and TOEFL test word list. Built-in organiser, world clock and currency converter.
Comprehensive language software for learning Spanish. Over 60 000 words with translations, electronic dictionary, fun activities. Sample dialogues, advanced speech analysis, exercises teaching sentence construction, vocabulary and grammar. Listen to native Spanish speakers.
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