Spanish is a language that is quite literal in its pronunciation. All the vowels and consonants combined always have their own distinct sound as syllables and this sound never changes no matter how they are put together. For instance, the syllable “que” always sounds the same no matter if we are saying: “parque” (park) or “queso” (cheese). The good thing about this is that once you get the sound of the syllables that means you have the ability to pronounce them correctly in any given word or sentence. Read more
Proverbs About the Weather in Spanish. We did it New York! We finally made it through the poor weather. The temperature is rising up and we are starting to dress down. Finally, we can say short shorts and long socks don’t match anymore and jackets can stay home with boots and coats. Read more
English has a stress based pronunciation which means that intonation and stress of key words is the most important factor in order to be understood. Read more
Learn how to write and pronounce the numbers 1 to 20 in Spanish.
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