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Is there any manual or website that I recommend to start learning English?

Honestly, with my mother tongue (Spanish) I have forgotten and sometimes left without understanding, some concepts that are now used in English. For this reason I look for something from the most basic to the most advanced.

Some have recommended me to start without worrying about grammar and the truth is that something, very basic, I understand, but not like to read on the run; and I need to get to that point because I have important manuals to study.

I read your fact-based advice.

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    Welcome to Language Learning! I have edited the question to remove call for opinions as this would be against the SE nature; we appreciate fact-based answers. Please add some specific details about what teaching methods work best for you (each person is unique; there's no ultimate answer that works for all); also, it may be good to know if you tried (successfully or not) any teaching technique before. Also, make sure you get yourself familiar with faq as it contains some valuable points that would help make your future posts accepted by the community. Once again, welcome! – bytebuster Nov 8 '18 at 14:13
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    @bytebuster Thank you very much for the reception and editing of the text. The truth is that I have raised the question to know where they recommend me to start, but, maybe it has been too generic and I do not have a more exact problem because I am still preparing the materials to study the English language. Rather I was looking for an orientation, but I think you are right, it is a question that is too debatable. As soon as I read this, I ask you to eliminate it (it has my acceptance) and as I learn, I will ask if I have any questions. – MarianoM Nov 8 '18 at 14:55
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To build up solid foundations for your learning journey, I recommend you the Books4Languages website where you can find free textbooks for English grammar and vocabulary from beginner A1 to upper-intermediate B2 level as well as some exercises to practice what you have learned. Moreover, the books for the A1 and A2 levels are offered also in Spanish. In addition to this, I also suggest you try Memrise (you can find both the website and app version) through which you can dive deeper into the English language thanks to its interactive lessons which also feature real-life situations.

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