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Copy of SPANISH ALPHABET

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The Spanish Alphabet "El alfabeto del espanol" ~ A sounds like "ah" abuelo - grandfather
abajo - below, down B sounds like "bay" buscar - to seek
barrio - neighborhood C sounds like "say" ce, ci - sounds like "s"
ca, co ,cu - sounds like "k" causa - cause, reason corazon - heart ' CH this letter has been officially dropped from the Spanish alphabet, but dictionaries printed before 1994 still have it listed. sounds like "chay" D sounds like "day" desconocer to not know, fail to recognize - desde - from, since E sounds like "ay" ejericito - army ' enfermo - ill, sick F sounds like "ehfay" fuego - fire fuerza - force, strength G ge, gi - sounds like "h" ga, go, gu - sounds like "g" gente - people gobierno - government H sounds like "achay", "h" is silent hablar - to speak, talk hacia - towards I sounds like "ee" izquierda - left incluir - to include J sounds like "hota" jugar - to play juicio - judgement, sense K sounds like "cah" keroseno- kerosene kilovatio = kilowatt L sounds like "eyay" ley - law libertad - liberty LL sounds like "eyyyay" this letter has been officially dropped from the Spanish alphabet, but dictionaries printed before 1994 still have it listed. llegar - to arrive, come lleno - full chico - boy
chica - girl M sounds like "emay" manana - tomorrow ~ marchar - to march N sounds like "enay" negocio - business negar - to deny N ~ sounds like "enyay" ñandu- Ostritch
ñeque- Strength O sounds like "oh" ofender - to offend obligar - to force P sounds like "pay" porque - why poseer - to posess, own Q sounds like "coo" que - that quiza - perhaps, maybe ' R sounds like "eray" rey - king rato - short while RR sounds like "errray" Some places to not official recognize it, and no words start with rr. S sounds like "esay" semana - week sombra - shadow T sounds like "tay" tarea - homework tierra - earth U sounds like "oo" usar - to use unidad - unite V sounds like "bay" venir - to come velocidad - speed W sounds like "doblay bay" Interestingly, there are no actual Spanish words that begin with the letter "W". However, there are a few words used in Spanish that begin with "w", but they are words borrowed from other languages . X sounds like "ekees" xerox - xerox xilofono - xilophone ' Y sounds like "eegriate-ah" ya - already yacente - lying, reclining Z sounds like "say-tah" zafiro - sapphire zafra - harvest http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=abVbLbcKwOg http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=abVbLbcKwOg Head Body Body Body Body Body Body Body Body Body Body Body Body
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