Learning Spanish was on my list of goals for this year. I picked up a Spanish Coursebook at a yard sale a few years ago and had been going through the lessons. Our local library started Spanish conversation classes but that was disbanded during Covid. Since then I've found a wealth of information online, but the most help I have had is from a friend who was born in Panama and willing to meet with me once a week to help me with conversation. My advice is to expand your vocabulary first. Below are some sites that helped me. I also make notes on index cards and stick them to the fridge and bathroom mirror. The important thing is to try and learn something every day. I was mostly using Duolingo, and Danny Evans' You Tube videos, but now go through the mini courses of Spanish with Paul daily. Don't get discouraged, according to a language learning video I watched, it takes 600 hours to be fluent in Spanish, French or Italian (1 hour a day for two years)
Another helpful tip from the Spanish conversation class is to make flip notebooks containing verbs(see below).
Also look for Spanish games - I've had fun with the grandkids while we all learn.