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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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    1. The Spanish Alphabet “El abecedario O El alfabeto”

    2. 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.

    3. Aa [ah]

    4. Bb [be]

    5. Cc [se]

    6. Ch [che]

    7. Dd [de]

    8. Ee [e]

    9. Ff [effe]

    10. Gg [gggheaaa]

    11. Hh [ah-che]

    12. Ii [eee]

    13. Jj [hota]

    14. Kk [kah]

    15. Ll [ellay]

    16. ll [ay-yay]

    17. Mm [emm-eh]

    18. Nn [enn-eh]

    19. ñ [en-yay]

    20. Oo [oh]

    21. Pp [peh]

    22. Qq [kuu]

    23. Rr [ere]

    24. rr [errrrrre] (roll tongue)

    25. Ss [ese]

    26. Tt [te]

    27. Uu [oo]

    28. Vv [ve]

    29. Ww [doblay ve]

    30. Xx [eh-kees]

    31. Yy [ig-ree-egg-ah]

    32. Zz [zeta]

    33. ¡Que Bueno! You are now a master of the abecedario…