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Title: Spanish Alphabet Pronunciation


1
Spanish Alphabet Pronunciation
2
Differences between English and Spanish
  • More letters in Spanish alphabet (30) (29)
  • Different pronunciations
  • Letter sounds dont change!!

3
Vowels
  • Aah (father)
  • Eeh (day)
  • Iee (feet)
  • Ooh (go)
  • Uoo (fool)

4
REPITE, POR FAVOR
  • A,E,I,O,U
  • (Ah, eh, ee, oh, oo)

5
REMEMBER
  • These sounds never change!!

6
  • A a
  • B be
  • C ce
  • CH che
  • D de
  • E e
  • F efe
  • G ge
  • H hache
  • I i

7
  • J jota
  • K ka
  • L ele
  • LL elle
  • M eme
  • N ene
  • Ñ eñe
  • O o
  • P pe
  • Q cu

8
  • R ere
  • RR Doble ere
  • S ese
  • T te
  • U u
  • V ve
  • W doble u / doble v
  • X equis
  • Y i griega
  • Z zeta

9
Vowel Practice
  • Pronounce the following nonsense words,
    remembering that vowel sounds dont change!
  • abatanama
  • nebebe
  • itipidi
  • otopo
  • umugumu

10
More vowel practice . . .
  • Pronounce the words, remembering the sounds of
    the vowels!
  • tulemendu
  • sanebini
  • adotute
  • ducatebilo

11
Consonants
  • Most sound similar to English
  • Some are different . . .

12
La letra H (Hache)
  • H is always silent !
  • Pronounce
  • Hamaca (hammock)
  • Helado (ice cream)
  • Hilo (thread)
  • Hormiga (ant)
  • Humanidad (humanity)

13
La Letra J (Jota)
  • J sounds like a hard English H.
  • Pronounce
  • Jalea (jelly)
  • Jefe (chief, leader)
  • Jirafa (giraffe)
  • Joven (young person)
  • Jugo (juice)

14
La letra LL (elle)
  • In most countries, the ll makes a y sound.
  • Pronounce
  • calle (street)
  • bella (beautiful)
  • silla (chair)
  • olla (pan)

15
La letra ñ (eñe)
  • Makes a ny sound
  • Pronounce
  • pestañas (eyelashes)
  • montaña (mountain)
  • baño (bathroom)
  • años (years)

16
La letra R (ere)
  • Makes a soft d sound
  • (If the letter r starts a word, roll it!)
  • Pronounce
  • sendero (path)
  • jarabe (syrup)
  • barato (cheap)

17
La Letra RR (erre)
  • Always roll the rr
  • Pronounce
  • carro (car)
  • perro (dog)
  • ferrocarril (railroad)

18
La Letra Z (Zeta)
  • In most countries, the Z sounds like the
    English S
  • In Spain, the Z makes a th sound
  • Pronounce
  • Zapato (shoe)
  • Bostezo (yawn)
  • Pizarra (chalkboard)
  • Zanahoria (carrot)

19
Special Letter C (ce)
  • Sounds like s if followed by e or I
  • (th sound in Spain)
  • Sounds like k if followed by any other letter
  • Casa (house)
  • Caracol (seashell)
  • Celoso (jealous)
  • Ciencias (science)
  • Cicatriz (scar)

20
Special Letter G (ge)
  • Sounds like h if followed by e or i
  • Sounds like g in girl if followed by any other
    letter
  • Gaviota (seagull)
  • Gallo (rooster)
  • General (general)
  • Gimnasio (gymnasium)
  • Gigante (giant)

21
Tough Word 1
  • Bacatepocupipo

22
Tough Word 2
  • enchadubanono

23
Tough Word 3
  • Nillopoturola

24
Last Tough Word
  • Zadepacucecalliñocherra

25
La Tarea
  • Find a written Spanish sentence and be ready to
    read it to the class tomorrow with perfect
    pronunciation.
  • You can now pronounce any Spanish word!
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