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El Alfabeto

 ¡Practiquen conmigo! 

                 
  El Alfabeto**            
                 
  a    a   h    hache   ñ    eñe   u    u  
  b    be   i      i   o    o   v    uve  
  c   ce*   j      jota   p    pe   w   uve doble  
  d    de   k     ka   q    cu   x    equis  
  e   e   l      ele   r    ere   y    ye  
  f    efe   m    eme   s    ese   z    zeta  
  g   ge*   n     ene   t    te      

* The letters c and g are pronounced differently, depending on the vowel that follows.  A c followed by an a, o, or u would be pronounced "k."  A c followed by an i or e is pronounced like "s."  Similarly, a g followed by an a, o, or u would be pronounced like the g in "goat."  A g followed by an i or e is pronounced like the h in "hill."

 

**The Royal Academy of Spanish no longer recognizes the combinations ch, ll, and rr as unique letters in the Spanish alphabet.  However, the two letters together make unique sounds:

CH  sounds like the ch in chocolate

LL sounds like the y in yellow

RR is the rolled r sound

 

CARSON-DELLOSA , 2002.

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