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  1. El abecedario Por: Amanda Kittell

  2. A • Albóndigas • Meatballs

  3. Like the “A” in rather • Papá, mamá, adiós Amanda, casa, Argentina.

  4. B • Batido • Milkshake

  5. Like the “B” in boy Bien, bonita, blanco,Bogotá, Bolivia.

  6. C • Casa • House

  7. Like an English “K” Carro, carne computadora, Colombia, cuatro, Cuba

  8. Sometimes like “S” Centro, cereal, cien, ciudad. Just like in English “k” car, coat, cut “s” center, city

  9. Ch • Chaqueta • Jacket

  10. Like “ch” in chess Chorizo, chocolate, China, chileno

  11. D • Dinero • Money

  12. Like the “D” in dull Dedo, indio, diez, doctor.

  13. E • Elefante • Elephant

  14. Like the “e” in set Senda, Ema, estudiar, escritorio.

  15. F • Fácil • Easy

  16. Like the “f” in fire Fama, fin, fecha, Francia

  17. G • Gato • Cat

  18. Like the “g” in Guam When followed by “a, o, u” Ganar, Bogotá, Guatemala

  19. Like the “h” in home When followed by “e, i” General, genealogía, gigante, gimnasio

  20. H • Huevos • Eggs

  21. Always silent except… When it has a “c” behind it and then it makes a “ch” like in chess Hola, hora, hijo, honesto.

  22. I • Iglesia • Church

  23. To pronounce it, you must smile Like “ee” in keep Italia, Indiana, isla, inglés

  24. J • Julio • July

  25. Like the “h” in home Juan, jueves, junio, Josefina.

  26. K • Kilómetro • Kilometer

  27. Like the “k” in kite There are not many words in Spanish that start with K Kilo

  28. L • Libro • Book

  29. Like the “l” in lad Listo, Linda, Londres, leche.

  30. LL • Lleno • Full

  31. Like the “j” in jam. Some countries pronounce it like the “y” in “yes”. Llama, camello, pollo, bella

  32. M • Museo • Museum

  33. Like the “m” in many Manuel, mucho.

  34. N • Nadar • Swim

  35. Like “n” in new Nancy, nachos

  36. Ñ • Ñoño • Nerd

  37. Similar to the sound in “onion” Cañón, señor, español, España,

  38. O • Ocupado • Busy

  39. Long “o”, like in or Oscar, ola, oso, ojo.

  40. P • Pimienta • Pepper

  41. Like the “p” in pen Pedro, pan, pronto.

  42. Q Queso Cheese

  43. Q is always before u Sound like “K” and it is followed by “UE or UI” The U is silent in these cases. ¿Qué? ¿Quién? Quince, quiero.

  44. R Refresco Soda

  45. Between vowels like “tt” in Betty Cara, perotoro Lara

  46. RR Perro Dog

  47. Trilled RR You trilled the “r” when it is at the beginning of a word Rosa, rojo, rico. Also at the end of a word Color, amor, In the middle of a word when is next to L, N, D C Turco, Carlos, carne,

  48. Ferrocarril, arroz, burro, burrito

  49. S Sopa Soup

  50. Like the ‘s” in son Soy, Samuel