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El alfabeto. Chapter 1- Part 2 Vocabulary. Learning Targets:. I can identify the Spanish Alphabet. I can spell words using the Spanish Alphabet. I can ask for an email in Spanish. I can give an email in Spanish. El alfabeto. There are “27” letters in the Spanish alphabet

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learning targets
Learning Targets:
  • I can identify the Spanish Alphabet.
  • I can spell words using the Spanish Alphabet.
  • I can ask for an email in Spanish.
  • I can give an email in Spanish.
el alfabeto1
El alfabeto
  • There are “27” letters in the Spanish alphabet
    • The same 26 letters of the English Alphabet + ñ
  • We will also be looking at 3 common two-letter sounds
    • Ch
    • Ll
    • Rr
how many letters are in the spanish alphabet
How many letters are in the Spanish alphabet?
  • 25
  • 26
  • 27

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what letter is the addition to the 26 letters of the english alphabet
What letter is the addition to the 26 letters of the English alphabet?
  • ch
  • ñ
  • rr

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pronunciaci n
Pronunciación
  • Like the “a” in father
  • Like the “b” sound in bet
  • Before an a, o, u it is a “k” sound like the “k” sound in cat

“s” sound before “e or i” like “s” in sell

  • Like “ch” sound in chat
  • Like “d” in deck
  • Like the “a” sound in bay
  • Like the “f” sound in fun
  • Before an a, o, u it is a “g” sound like the “g” sound in go

“h” sound before “e or i” like “g” in hand

  • A (a)
  • B(be)
  • C(ce)
  • Ch(che)
  • D(de)
  • E(e)
  • F(efe)
  • G(ge)
pronunciaci n1
Pronunciación
  • Silent like the “h” in hour
  • Like the “ee” in feet
  • Like the “h” sound in hot
  • Like “k” sound in karate
  • Like “l” sound in look
  • Like the “y” sound in yam
  • Like the “m” sound in mom
  • Like the “n” sound in no
  • Like the “ny” sound in canyon
  • H (hache)
  • I(i)
  • J(jota)
  • K(ka)
  • L(ele)
  • LL(elle)
  • M(eme)
  • N(ene)
  • Ñ (eñe)
pronunciaci n2
Pronunciación
  • Like the “o” in top
  • Like the “p” in pay
  • Like the “k” in kookoo
  • Like the “r” in record

It is rolled when it is at the beginning

  • This is a rolled “r” like rumble
  • Like the “s” it sit
  • Like the “t” sound in table
  • O (o)
  • P (pe)
  • Q(cu)
  • R(ere)
  • Rr(erre)
  • S(ese)
  • T(te)
pronunciaci n3
Pronunciación
  • Like the “oo” in food
  • Like the “v” in visit. It also can sound like a soft “b”
  • Like the “w” sound in water
  • This can make a sound like an “h” in hot or an “s” sound like the x in exist”
  • Like the “ee” sound a y makes in easy
  • Like the “s” sound in sat
  • U (u)
  • V (ve)
  • W

(dobleve)

  • X(equis)
  • Y(I griega)
  • Z(zeta)
spelling
Spelling

La pregunta:

  • ¿Cómo se escribe…?
    • How do you spell…?

La respuesta:

  • Se escribe…
    • It is spelled
how do you say it is spelled g a t o
How do you say “It is spelled g-a-t-o”
  • Se escribehache-e-te-u
  • Se escribege-a-te-o
  • Se escribe jota-a-te-o

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how do you say it is spelled e s p a o l
How do you say “It is spelled e-s-p-a-ñ-o-l”
  • Se escribe e-ese-pe-e-eñe-o-elle
  • Se escribe e-ese-pe-a-ene-o-ele
  • Se escribe e-ese-pe-a-eñe-o-ele

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which question asks how do you spell casa
Which question asks“How do you spell casa?”
  • ¿Cómo se escribe casa?
  • ¿Como se dice casa?
  • ¿Cómo te llamas?

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email
Email

La Pregunta:

  • ¿Cuál es tu correo electrónico?
    • What is your email?
  • ¿Cuál es el correo electrónico de ____?
    • What is ____’s email?
what word means email
What word means “email”
  • El teléfono
  • La fecha
  • El correo electrónico

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how do you ask what is john s email
How do you ask “What is John’s email?”
  • ¿Cuál es el correo electrónico de Juan?
  • ¿Cuál es Juan’s correo electrónico?
  • ¿Cuál el correo electrónico Juan es?

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email1
Email

La Respuesta:

  • Mi correo electrónico es…
    • My email is…
  • El correo electrónico de ____ es
    • ____’s email address is…
  • Es…
    • It is…
email2
Email
  • When you give an email address, you spell out the email using letters & email symbols:
    • @
      • Arroba
    • Dot
      • Punto
email example
Email Example
  • If the email is Spanish1.student@mchs.com
  • You say:

Es ese-pe-a-ene-i-ese-hache-unopuntoese-te-u-de-e-ene-te arroba eme-che-esepuntoce-o-eme

identify the email address i de i a ene once punto doce arroba eme che ese punto ene e te
Identify the email address:i-de-i-a-ene-once puntodoce arroba emeche-esepuntoene-e-te
  • Indian1.121@mchs.com
  • indentical2@mchs.com
  • Indian11.12@mchs.net

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