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THE SPANISH ALPHABET.  Knowing the alphabet makes learning Spanish easier because it is a PHONETIC language.  Words are spelled the way they are pronounced.

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1 THE SPANISH ALPHABET

2  Knowing the alphabet makes learning Spanish easier because it is a PHONETIC language.  Words are spelled the way they are pronounced.  Most letters will have only one sound!! EL ALFABETO ESPAÑOL

3  We have 26 letters in our alphabet.  There are 30 letters in the Spanish alphabet.  The extra letters are CH,LL,Ñ and RR.  CH and LL are no longer being recognized as separate letters but rather sounds. (Your dictionary may be different than mine)! ¿LA DIFERENCIA?

4  Spanish speakers write their letters the same way that we do.  The only difference is the way they sound.  I will show you the pronunciation of the letters. PRONUNCIACIÓN:

5 A=ah

6 B=bay …GRANDE …DE BURRO

7 C=say

8 Ch=chay No longer a separate letter.

9 D=day

10 E=ay

11 F=f-ay

12 G=hay

13 H=ah-chay

14 I=ee

15 J=ho-tah

16 K=kah

17 L=L.A.

18 LL=ay-yay No longer a separate letter.

19 M=m-ay

20 N=N.A

21 Ñ=N-nney

22 O=oh

23 P=pay

24 Q=coo

25 R=airay

26 RR=air-rrray

27 S=essay

28 T=tay

29 U=oo

30 V=bay …CHICA …DE VACA

31 W=doh bley bay

32 X=ay-kees

33 Y=ee gree ay gah

34 Z=say-tah

35 YO SÉ EL ALFABETO…… ¡OLÉ!

36  a e i o u  Pronunciation Trick- mouth gets smaller as you say them  Each vowel has only one sound  “Short” sounds  Can have accents!! VOCALES:

37 B & V: May have the same pronunciation When spelling, use: -B:“b grande”; “b de burro” -V:“v chica”; “v de vaca ” K & W: “foreign” letters Ñ & RR : extra letters in the Spanish alphabet CH : used to be in the alphabet LETRAS ESPECIALES:

38  Where do they go? over vowels  How do you “say” it? Á (“a” con acento)  What does it do? shows stress/emphasis on a syllable  When do we need it? 1) show pronunciation if the word “breaks” rule  If a word ends in a vowel, n or s, the stress is on the second to last syllable= HOla  If a word ends in a consonant (other than n or s), stress is on last syllable = paPEL 2) to differentiate between 2 words with same pronunciation but different meanings * (tu/tú; el/él; solo/sólo) * 3) to indicate question words * ¿quién? ¿qué? ¿cuándo?...* ACCENT MARKS:

39   A PRACTICAR:

40  gato  niño  pared  reloj  pizarra  equipo  viento ¿CÓMO SE ESCRIBE? ¿CÓMO SE DELETREA? ¿CÓMO SE PRONUNCIA?

41  habichuela  televisor  favorito  berenjena  mantequilla  Xochimilco  Parangaricutirimicuaro ¿CÓMO SE ESCRIBE? ¿CÓMO SE DELETREA? ¿CÓMO SE PRONUNCIA?

42 - ¿Cómo te llamas? -Me llamo _________ _________. -¿Cómo se escribe _________? -Se escribe __ - __ - __ - …. CONVERSACIÓN: ASKING ABOUT/ SPELLING NAMES

43 - Move quickly to an open station. - Read directions and QUICKLY begin activity. - You may need to “improvise” some. Be flexible…. ESTACIONES DEL ALFABETO: INSTRUCCIONES

44  Guerra (War)  Teléfonos (Whisper Phones)  Preguntas ESTACIONES DEL ALFABETO


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