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StudyStream - Learn Spanish Pronunciation - Letters A, B, C, D, E, F

Created by StudyStream - The future of Language Learning studystre.am This video series helps you learn Spanish by walking through all the sounds in the Spanish language.

 

Here's the translated transcript to this video, a lesson in itself!

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The letter “A” in Spanish always sounds the same. Repeat the sentences and listen to the sound. This water is cold. I like apples. The girl is tall.
The letter B in Spanish always sounds the same. In Spanish, the B is very soft. In most Spanish-speaking countries, the labial B sounds just like the dental V, and Spanish speakers say large B and small V to differentiate them. Repeat the phrases and listen to the sound. I’m going to the bathroom. What a beautiful baby boy! The tree is short. The banana is green.
The letter “C” in Spanish has three different sounds, depending on which letter follows it. The words car, cube, and elbow have a strong sound. Listen to how it sounds with h en the words chocolate, crash, and car. Finally, listen to its sound in the words simple, special, and zero. Repeat the sentences and listen to the sounds. The car crashed. I like hot chocolate. I want to walk by the hill.
The letter “D” in Spanish always sounds the same. The D is dental; your tongue should touch your front teeth (almost like “th” in English). Repeat the sentences and listen to its sound. Where is the market? Where are you from? I should make 10 eggs over easy.
The letter “E” in Spanish always sounds the same. Repeat the sentences and listen to the sound. The boy is at the entrance. That elephant is sick. What street am I on?
The letter “F” in Spanish always sounds the same. No other letter combination produces the F sound. Repeat the sentences and listen to the sound. Geography is difficult. This phrase is easy. The phone is outside.

 

Here's the original transcript in Spanish:

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La letra A en español siempre suena igual. Repite las frases y escucha el sonido. Esta agua esta fría. Me gustan las manzanas. La chica es alta.
La letra B en español siempre suena igual. En español, la B es bien suave. En la mayoría de países del habla hispana, la B labial suena como la V dental, y dicen B grande y V pequeña para diferenciarlas. Repite las frases y escucha el sonido. Voy al baño. ¡Qué bonito el bebé! El árbol es bajo. El banano está verde.
La letra C en español tiene tres sonidos distintos, dependiendo de la letra que le sigue. Las palabras carro, cubo, y codo, tienen un sonido fuerte. Escucha como suena con la H en las palabras chocolate, choque, y coche. Por fin, escucha el sonido en las palabras sencillo, especial, y cero. Repite las frases y escucha los sonidos. El carro chocó. Me gusta el chocolate caliente. Quiero caminar por el cerro.
La letra D en español siempre suena igual. La D es dental porque la lengua toca los dientes de enfrente. Repite las frases y escucha el sonido. ¿Dónde está el mercado? ¿De dónde eres? Debo hacer diez huevos estrellados.
La letra E en español siempre suena igual. Repite las frases y escucha el sonido.
El chico está en la entrada. Ese elefante está enfermo. ¿En qué calle estoy?
La letra F. La letra F en español siempre suena igual. Ninguna otra combinación de letras produce el sonido de la F. Repite las frases y escucha el sonido. La geografía es difícil. Esta frase es fácil. El teléfono está afuera.

 

Most importantly, here's the link where you can listen to it and watch both languages transcripts side-by-side while it highlights and scrolls for you! It even includes word lookup in review. Check it out! http://studystre.am/videos/79921

 

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Official launch today of Instreamia, a fun way to learn languages through your favorite online media.

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