Spanish pronunciation

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Spanish Pronunciation : 

Spanish Pronunciation A As CAN E As PET http://www.squidoo.com/lensmaster/new_workshop/spanishpronunciation

Spanish Pronunciation : 

Spanish Pronunciation I AS PIN O As OAT U As PUBLIC LL This double L sounds always like in the words JUICE, JOHN, JIM http://www.squidoo.com/lensmaster/new_workshop/spanishpronunciation

Spanish Pronunciation : 

Spanish Pronunciation Example Llanta Llavero Lluvia http://www.squidoo.com/lensmaster/new_workshop/spanishpronunciation

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Spanish Pronunciation In Spanish, Q goes always followed by an U. After this combination of letters, can come only an E or an I. It is pronounced like QUE = KE, QUI = KI. The U is mute. G This sounds like it is with the combination of A, O, U. Galón, Gong, Gunther, and it changes into strong sounds with E, I (GE, GI). Softsounds GUE, GUI. To make this soft sounds with GUE and GUI, the air comes out from the throat gently. GUE like in GHETTO, GUI like in GUITAR. http://www.squidoo.com/lensmaster/new_workshop/spanishpronunciation

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Spanish Pronunciation V sounds usually like B, still the correct pronunciation should be as in Víctor this is called ve labiodental (lip-dental), because you put your lower lip in contact with you upper teeth and exhale. B is called labial (lipped) because you put both lips together and exhale like in boat) R can be soft or strong, depending if is between to vowels or not. Strong Rusia or soft carguero ( lifting boat) . http://www.squidoo.com/lensmaster/new_workshop/spanishpronunciation

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Spanish Pronunciation There are also words which use RR like ferrocarril, which sound the same as the strong R like in Rusia. Ñ This is a letter which only exists in the Spanish Language. Its sounds like NH in other languages (piranha) or like in champagne. In spanish, child would be niño   J always sounds strong with all vowels, like GE and GI previously seen. http://www.squidoo.com/lensmaster/new_workshop/spanishpronunciation

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Spanish Pronunciation C sounds strong with vowels A, O, U (KA, KO, KU) and soft with the rest (CE, CI) like the sound in the words CERO or SIN   Z will go only with letters A, O, U, never with E and I. It sounds also like soft C in CE, CI. zapato , zorro , zurdo   B,D,F,K,L,M,N,P,S,T and X sound normal. http://www.squidoo.com/lensmaster/new_workshop/spanishpronunciation

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Spanish Pronunciation H has absolutely no sound in Spanish, except when used with C to form ch as in children . Spanish word chico.   W is used usually with foreign words like Winston, , or the name Wilfredo http://www.squidoo.com/lensmaster/new_workshop/spanishpronunciation

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