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a, e, i, o, u The Spanish vowels each have only one sound, regardless of what letters they precede or follow, or accent marks on the vowel.
The a is always pronounced as in the English word car.
The e has the sound of the e in bed.
The Spanish i is the same as the English long e or ee as in see.
The o is always pronounced as the o in the word old.
u The Spanish u has the sound of the English oo as in too or the English ue as in blue.
h The Spanish h is always silent. Thus, hola is pronounced ola (as in cola without the c).
ñ The ñ is the same sound as the ny pair in the word canyon. Thus, señor is pronounced like sen-yor.
ll The ll in Spanish is always pronounced like the English y in yes. Thus, the Spanish word ella (she, her) is pronounced like eh-ya.
masuculine ends in o
Feminine ends in a
Thank you! Gracias!
You're welcome De nada
Please? Por favor?
Good Morning! Buenos Días!
Good afternoon! Buenas tardes!
Good night! Buenas noches!
Excuse me Perdone
I'm sorry Lo siento
How are you? Como estas?
I am fine Estoy bien
Not very well No muy bien
Very well Muy bien
My name is Me llamo
How's it going? Cómo le va?
What's happening? Qué pasa?
see you later Hasta luego
See you soon Hasta pronto
nice to meet you Mucho gusto
Miss O'Hare Señorita O'Hare
What is your name? Como te llamas?
Where are you from? De donde eres?
I am from… Yo soy de…
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