Wednesday, December 25, 2013

Spanish Alphabet

As in every language, if you want to learn a new language you must start learning its alphabet. Spanish language is like other European language, it contains most of the letters exists in English, German, French, and other European languages.

Spanish alphabets consist of 27 letters, and guess what? They are the same as the English alphabet with the addition of the ñ letter. As listed below:

a, b, c, d, e, f, g, h, i, j, k, l, m, n, ñ, o, p, q, r, s, t, u, v, w, x, y, z

Spanish alphabets differs from English letters as other languages alphabets differs, they are differs in pronunciations.
The following table shows each Spanish letter (Bolded) and how it is pronounced:

Spanish Letter
Pronunciation
A
B
Beh
C
Cheh
D
Deh
E
Eh
F
Effeh
G
Heh
H
Ache
I 
ee
J
Hota
K
Kah
L
Eleh
M
Emeh
N 
Eneh
Ñ
En-yeh
O
Oh
P
Peh
Q
Cuh
R
ere (or erre)
S
Eseh
T
The
U
Uuh
V
Veh
W
Dob-leh-uuh
X
Eh-kis
Y 
ee-gri-eh-gah 
Z
Se-ta


Note: In 2010, the Spanish alphabet, included two other letters, ch and ll which were considered separate letters and these letters are pronounced cheh, elleh, consecutively.


Following are some good videos and songs for Spanish alphabetic, enjoy.. J



The following video is a good video that pronounce each letters and give a word in Spanish starting with this letter