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How to Say the Letters and Sounds in Spanish

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Curious about how to say the letters and sounds in Spanish?

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How to say the letters and sounds in Spanish

This video will teach you the basic Spanish letters and sounds in less than 12 minutes. This is both a great introduction and review.

Something I love about Spanish, is that the pronunciation is always the same. Unlike English, Spanish rules apply 100% of the time. This means that once you learn how to say the letters and sounds in Spanish, you can pronounce any word!

How to Say the Letters and Sounds in Spanish

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Bryan Haines is co-editor of GringosAbroad - Ecuador's largest blog for expats and travelers. He is a travel blogger and content marketer. He is also co-founder of ClickLikeThis (GoPro tutorial blog) and Storyteller Travel.

4 comments… add one
  • Bob Lord Sep 21, 2018, 11:36 am

    Lots of choices on youtube to match any learning style. While I like Butterfly Spanish & Anna’s enthusiasm I find & his combinations of audio & visual very effective. I note that many others speak too quickly when they revert to Spanish in their narrative.

  • Tom Howerton Sr Jun 20, 2016, 9:56 pm

    I was given a computer program by a friend called Pimsler. It is excellent to learn conversational Spanish. It comes in 4 courses of 20 plus lessons each. I just started and already I’m hearing words when I’m out and about in the Spanish community. It’s really exciting to hear and understand at least a few words and to know how I would respond in Spanish. I’m looking forward to my first trip to Cuenca, Ecuador and trying out my Spanish no matter how “rough” I may sound to the locals.

  • Jack Lovett Nov 18, 2015, 4:05 pm

    I have loved you guys for some time now. But here you have given me a gold mapleleaf. For one who is desperet to learn Spanish.
    Thanks for all you do!


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