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La pronunciaci ó n en Espa ñol. Ema Mateica Sosa - TLHS. A – it will be ALWAYS pronounced [ a ] - as in the English words: a rt – el arte a rmy – la armada. B - Same as in English : B o at – el barco. C if followed by A. CA – as in the English ca r – el carro Ca rd.

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La pronunciaci n en espa ol

La pronunciación en Español

EmaMateica Sosa - TLHS


A it will be always pronounced a as in the english words a rt el arte a rmy la armada
A – it will be ALWAYS pronounced[ a ] - as in the English words:art – el artearmy – la armada



C if followed by a
C if followed byA

  • CA – as in the English

    car – el carro

    Card


C if followed by o
C if followed byO

  • CO – as in the English:

    corn


C if followed by u
C if followed byU

  • CU – as in the English:

    cuckoo


C followed by e
C – followed by E

  • CE – as in the English words:

    cent – el centavo

    cemetery – el cemeterio


C followed by i
C – followed by I

  • CI – as in the English words:

    cinnamon – la canela

    cinema – el cine


Ch followed by a
CH followed by A

  • CHA – as in the English words:

    Charles – Carlos Chaqueta = jacket


Ch followed by e
CH followed by E

  • CHE – as in the English word:

    check – el cheque


Ch followed by i
CH followed by I

  • CHI – as in the English word:

    chicken chico


Ch followed by o
CH followed by O

  • CHO – as in the English word:

    chocolate el chocolate


Ch followed by u
CH followed by U

  • CHU – as the English sound:

    choose*





G if followed by a
G – if followed by A

  • GA – as in

    Garden

    garbage


G if followed by o
G – if followed by O

  • GO – as in

    gorilla

    gothic


G if followed by u
G – if followed by U

  • GU – as in the words:

    Iguana, goofy


G followed by e
G followed by E

  • GE – it is pronounced as in the

    words : hen*, head

  • * there is no word in English spelled with GE and pronounced “he” as in the above examples


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