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Los vocales A E I O U
There are 4 special characters in the Spanish alphabet that are not in the English alphabet. ch ll ñ rr
A a (ah) Sounds like the a in the English word “Father”. Agua abrigoabeja nada abogadoafuera
B b (be) The Spanish “b” is similar to the English “b” banco bien brazo bicicleta
C c (ce) The Spanish “c” has two distinct sounds depending how it is located with respect to certain vowels.
Soft “c” The Spanish letter “c” makes the soft “c” sound when followed by the vowels “e” and “i”. The soft “c” sounds like the English “s”. Ciencerebrocereza cine
Hard “c” The Spanish letter “c” makes the hard “c” sound when followed by any other letter. The hard “c” sounds like the English “k”. Calorcolegiocuchillo
Words that have both hard and soft “c”. CincoCírculocincuenta Cocer circo
CH ch (che) Sounds like English “ch” as in church. ChangoChampúChico chuecochocolate
D d (de) Sounds like the English “d”. Dondededodados diente difícildulce
E e (e) Tresmesainteresante deporteeducaciónelefante
F f (efe) The Spanish “f” is just like the English “f”. Fábricafechafirmarflor fuegofrío
G g (ge) The Spanish “g” has two distinct sounds depending how it is located with respect to certain vowels.
Soft “g” The Spanish letter “g” makes the soft “g” sound when followed by the vowels “e” and “i”. Gente generalgimnasia
H h (hache) This letter is always SILENT. Hotelhospitalhola ahorra hígado hermano
Hard “g” The Spanish letter “g” makes the hard “g” sound when followed by any other letter. Gafasgallogatoglobo
I i (i) Like the “ee” in teeth or the “i” in machine. Idiomalibrointeligente rico interesante
J j (jota) The “j” is pronounced like the English “h”. Joséjarrahijoatajo jabón
K k (ka) There are no Spanish words that have the letter “k” they are borrowed words.
L l (ele) Lotería azullibre lechelibro
LL ll (elle) Sounds like the English “y”. Callellantalleno llover llevarllama
M m (eme) Sounds like the English “m” Mamámensajemañana
N n (ene) Sounds like the English “n”. Nadanivelnoticia
Ñ ñ (eñe) ~ is a tilde Niño añomañana baño
O o (oh) Monoyoperrono
P p (pe) Sounds like the English “p”. Pablopapápapa Ropa plancha
Q q (cu) There are two two vowel combination that always follow the letter “q”
Those two two vowel combinations are “ue” “ui” Quesoquienpequeño
R r (ere) Pero arenaMaría
RR rr (erre) Perrobarrioahorra There are no Spanish words that begin with “rr”.
S s (ese) The “s” is pronounced like the English “s”. Sícasapeso
T t (te) The “t” is pronounced like the English “t”. Tengotrabajotíoté
U u (u) Uvauniónuniversidad
V v (ve) Vacainviernolavar viernes verde vaso
W w (doble u) There are no Spanish words begin with the letter “w”. The words found in the dictionary are borrowed words from English or Greek language. WafleWigwamwáter
X x (equis) The “x” sound like the English letter “x” ExamenExacto
There are some Mexican origin word where the “x” sounds like the Spanish “j”. MéxicoTexasOaxaca
Y y (i griega) YemaYodoYermo
Z z (zeta) The “z” sounds like the English “s”. ZapatoZanahoriaZorro
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Ejemplos (examples) Hill- hache i elle Rancho- ere ah ene che o
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