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The Spanish Alphabet and Numbers
Transcript of The Spanish Alphabet and Numbers
The Spanish alphabet is very similar to the English alphabet.
However, the Spanish alphabet sounds different from the English alphabet.
a, e, i, o, u
b, c, d, f, g, h, j, k, l, ll, m, n, ñ, p, r, rr, s, t, w, v, x, y, z
Accents are used to help in pronunciation - stressing syllables.
esta versus está
Words that end in consonants except “s” and “n” - the stress falls on the last syllable. (verdad, azul)
Words that end with vowels, “s”, and “n” - the stress falls on the second to last syllable. (Example: mano, playas)
When saying the numbers in Spanish, remember there is a specific pattern after 15. If you can remember the pattern, you can say any number.
0 - cero 6 - seís
1 - uno 7 - siete
2 - dos 8 - ocho
3 - tres 9 - nueve
4 - cuatro 10 - diez
5 - cinco
Números 11 - 20
11 - once 18 - dieciocho
12 - doce 19 - diecinueve
13 - trece 20 - viente
14 - catorce
15 - quince
16 - diecieséis
17 - diecisiete
Números 10 - 100
10 - diez 80 - ochenta
20 - veinte 90 - noventa
30 - treinta 100 - cien
40 - cuarenta
50 - cincuenta
60 - sesenta
70 - setenta