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A=a (“ah” as in all ) avion
B = be (pronounced bay) like English b bota
C = ce (pronounced say) “k” sound, except for “ce” and “ci” which make the “s" sound carro
D = de (pronounced day) put tongue on back of teeth disco compacto
E=e (“eh” as in end ) elefante
F=efe (pronounced ehfay) fruta
G=ge (pronounced hey) hard “g” sound as in go, except “ge” and “gi” which make the “h” sound gato
H=hache (no sound) helado
I=i (“ee” as in eel) iglesia
J=jota (pronounced hotah) English “h” but more gutturalo sound jarra
K=ka (pronounced kah) like the English k kayak
L=ele (pronounced ehlay) like English l leche
LL=elle (pronounced ehyay) like English y Lluvia
M=eme (pronounced ehmay) like English m manzana
N=ene (pronounced ehnay) like English n nariz
Ñ=eñe (pronounced ehnyay) like the English ny in canyon ñu
O=o (pronounced oh as in boat) ocho
P=pe (pronounced pay) like the English p, but less aspirated perro
Q=cu (pronounced coo) like the English k queso
R=ere (pronounced ehray) like the English d; put tongue on palate just above front teeth ratonWhen 2 r’s are together like in perro, the rr is trilled; words that start with R are trilled also
S=ese (pronounced ehsay) like the English s Sopa
T=te (pronounced tay) almost a “th” sound; tongue is slightly between teeth tigre
U=u (pronounced “oo” as in pool) uñas
V=ve, ve pequeña (pronounced bay) like the English b, though sometimes a softer sound; never English v vaca
W=doble ve (pronounced dohbley bay) like the English w; used only in words of foreign origin wafle
X=equis (pronounced ehkeys) makes a “gs” sound; an “h” sound in Mexican words of Indian origin xilófono
Y=i griega (pronounced ee gree-eh-gah ) like the English “y”; sometimes is a vowel and makes the “ee” sound yogur
Z=zeta (pronounced saytah) like the English “s” zapato
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