Spanish Alphabet (El alfabeto)



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Spanish Alphabet (El alfabeto)
A – [ah] – águila

B – [bay] – bandera

C – [say] – ciclismo

CH – [chay] – chaleco

D – [day] – dinero

E – [ay] – ensalada

F [effay] – fruta

G – [hay] – geografía

H – [achay] – helicóptero

I – [ee] – iguana

J – [hota] – jabón

K – [kah] – karate

L – [elay] – lámpara

LL – [ayay] – llanta

M – [emmay] – máscara

N – [ennay] – naranja

Ñ – [enyay] – castañuelas

O – [oh] – oso

P – [pay] – piñata

Q – [koo] – queso

R – [ere] – toro

RR – [erre] – burro

S – [essay] – salvavidas

T – [tay] – teléfono

U – [oo] – uvas

V – [vay] – violín

W – [doble vay] – Walter

X – [equis] – examen

Y – [y griega] – yate

Z – [zeta] – zapatos


Rules about stressing syllables in Spanish:
If a word ends with a vowel, N or S, the stress goes on the 2nd to last syllable.
Examples:

camino charlan piñatas


If a word ends in any other consonant, the stress goes on the last syllable.
Examples:

hotel hablar pared


If there is an accent on any word, it means it does not follow either of these first two rules. The stress would go on the accentuated syllable. Accents can only appear over the Spanish vowels.
Examples:

estación teléfono lámpara


Now that you know the sounds and the rules of stress in Spanish, write the following words that you hear me say.


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