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Spanish Focus: v and z D.Grey: Lowdham C of E Primary School
Rules v is pronounced b e.g. verde (green) is pronounced berde z is pronounced th e.g. taza (cup) is pronounced tatha
Now look at these images and the Spanish sentences. Try to say the sentence before clicking to reveal the correct pronunciation. Try to work out the English translation before clicking again. You can listen to the pronunciation again by clicking on the speaker ion. Finally try the tongue twisters at the end of this presentation.
Veinte besos Beinte besos Twenty kisses
Una via largaUna bia larga A long road
Un automóvil nuevo Un automobil nuebo A new car
Un periquito azul Un periquito athul A blue parrot
Luz del solLuth del sol Sunlight
Muchos zarzasMuchos tharthas Many blackberries
Nueve zapatos Nuebe thapatos Nine shoes
Una cerbetha grande Una cerveza grande A large beer
A green apple Una manzana verde Una manthana berde
El vino vino, pero el vino no vino vino. El vino vino vinagre. The wine came, but the wine didn't come as wine. The wine came as vinegar Zaca er zaco de za ar zo pa que ze zeque. Take the sack of salt out into the sun so that it can dry. This tongue twister comes from Andalusia and therefore may be pronounced in the Andalucian dialect.