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The Spanish Alphabet. “El abecedario O El alfabeto”. Some notes on the Spanish alphabet…. In English, sometimes vowels take on different pronunciations Pronounce the following words: water, later roaring, pouring

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The spanish alphabet

The Spanish Alphabet

“El abecedario

O

El alfabeto”


Some notes on the spanish alphabet
Some notes on the Spanish alphabet…

  • In English, sometimes vowels take on different pronunciations

  • Pronounce the following words:

    • water, later

    • roaring, pouring

  • In Spanish, 99.99999999% of the time, vowels keep the same pronunciation, making it very easy to pronounce the word if you know how each letter is pronounced

  • There are 27 letters in the Spanish alphabet including the ñ

  • The CH, LL, and RR are not letters in the alphabet but sounds.


Aa

[ah]


Bb

[be]


Cc

[se]


Ch

[che]


Dd

[de]


Ee

[e]


Ff

[effe]


Gg

[gggheaaa]


Hh

[ah-che]


Ii

[eee]


Jj

[hota]


Kk

[kah]


Ll

[ellay]


ll

[ay-yay]


Mm

[emm-eh]


Nn

[enn-eh]


ñ

[en-yay]


Oo

[oh]


Pp

[peh]


Qq

[kuu]


Rr

[ere]


rr

[errrrrre]

(roll tongue)


Ss

[ese]


Tt

[te]


Uu

[oo]


Vv

[ve]


Ww

[doblay ve]


Xx

[eh-kees]


Yy

[ig-ree-egg-ah]


Zz

[zeta]


¡Que Bueno!

You are now a master of the abecedario…


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