4C,c (ce) Ca, co, cu. Chu●cho Ca●ma Co ● co Cu ●na NOTE: When the letter C is before the vowels E and I, it is pronunced as in the “S” sound.Ce●ci●liaC,c (ce) Ca, co, cu.NOTE:When the “C” is combined with the “h”, make the “Ch”(Cha, Che, Chi, Cho, Chu)Chu●choCa●maCo ● coCu ●na
31Educator’s NoteAlthough the Real Academia in Madrid, Spain, removed the letters ch, ll, and rr as separate entries in 1994 from the Spanish alphabet, I have included ll and rr in this presentation for their unique sound qualities when pronounced. It should also be noted that many Hispanic countries still recognize rr as a separate letter of the alphabet.
32El Alfabeto Con Vocabulario Source: Adapted by Ms. Wurts. From Robert Rose. (2008).