Jane Cronin’s Spanish language

JANE CRONIN
Spanish courses and Talks about Spain
Torrevieja, San Pedro del Pinatar and Camposol, Mazarrón.
Tel: 968 18 32 58 www.janecronin.eu

F

July 8th, 2011|Categories: Jane Cronin’s Spanish language|

This month’s Spanish letter is F, and at long last we’ve come across a bit of light relief from all our explanations about sound, because the letter F is pronounced exactly the same in English as in Spanish. Seems almost incredible, doesn’t it? […]

E

July 8th, 2011|Categories: Jane Cronin’s Spanish language|

Well, we’ve got to our second vowel sound, represented by the letter E. Like the other four vowels, E has one sound and one sound only, irrespective of where it appears in a word: […]

D

July 8th, 2011|Categories: Jane Cronin’s Spanish language|

The sound of the Spanish letter D is sufficiently similar to the English D sound to mean that if we pronounced them both the same we would be perfectly well understood. […]

C

July 8th, 2011|Categories: Jane Cronin’s Spanish language|

There are a few letters in the Spanish alphabet that have more than one sound depending on where they appear in a word, and the letter C is one of those. The rules surrounding its pronunciation though are completely regular. […]

B

July 8th, 2011|Categories: Jane Cronin’s Spanish language|

¡Buenos días! Welcome to another look at the letters of the Spanish alphabet. This time we will look at the first letter of this article, the Spanish letter B. […]

A

July 8th, 2011|Categories: Jane Cronin’s Spanish language|

This is a new series of articles about the Spanish language based around the alphabet. The idea is simple, but hopefully there will be something new in it for everybody, whether you know some Spanish or none at all. […]