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Hola! Hoy es el 24 de agosto Read the following sentences. Rewrite each BOLDED word and spell it EXACTLY how it sounds. The bandage was wound around the wound. The farm was used to produce produce. We must polish the Polish furniture. The soldier decided to desert his dessert in the desert. When shot at, the dove dove into the bushes.
Pronunciation ALL words in Spanish are spelled EXACTLY the way they sound. (You just have to learn how each letter sounds.) If you can pronounce it, you can spell it! Sound out words 1 SYLLABLE at a time!
Spanish Vowels Each Spanish vowel has only ONE sound. 5 VOWEL sounds: “taco, burrito, and Pepe.” TRY: impermeabilizaciones
Why is it that in English We’ve got words like GOOD and FOOD GOOD and FOOD READ and READ That look more or less the same but sound different? In English you can’t necessarily sound words out, but in SPANISH…
If you know “taco” And “burrito” And “Pepe” You know the vowels. There’s no exceptions, like with English vowels. This is always how they sound!
Spanish Consonants tortilla (ll = y sound) jalapeño (j = h sound, ñ = eñe sound) tequila (qu = k sound) hola (h = silent) z = s sound “i’s” and “e’s” soften “g’s” and “c’s” (the opposite of English) YOU TRY: cielo, genial, ciudad, generoso, inteligente, gracias, cero
Spanish Dipthongs *DIPTHONGS* “I” and “U” are weak They take the sound of the vowel they are next to YOU TRY: hierro, aumento, hielo, automático YOU TRY: desproporcionadisimamente
You try! ¡Pruébalo! A Hasta luego Hasta mañana Hoy es…. ¿Qué tiempo hace? Llueve Hace calor. Hace viento Los zapatos B Qué tal Qué pasa Trabajar Jugar El casillero La mantequilla El pájaro La taza