El alfabeto
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I can identify the Spanish Alphabet.
I can spell words using the Spanish
Alphabet.
I can ask for an email in Spanish.
I can give an email in Spanish.
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There are “27” letters in the Spanish alphabet
 The same 26 letters of the English Alphabet + ñ
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We will also be looking at 3 common twoletter sounds
 Ch
 Ll
 Rr
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27
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ch
ñ
rr
Letter
A
(a)
Letter
Sound
English Example
aa
father
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A (a)
B (be)
C (ce)
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Ch (che)
D (de)
E (e)
F (efe)
G (ge)
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Like the “a” in father
Like the “b” sound in bet
Before an a, o, u it is a “k” sound like the
“k” sound in cat
“s” sound before “e or i” like “s” in sell
Like “ch” sound in chat
Like “d” in deck
Like the “a” sound in bay
Like the “f” sound in fun
Before an a, o, u it is a “g” sound like the
“g” sound in go
“h” sound before “e or i” like “g” in hand
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H (hache)
I (i)
J (jota)
K (ka)
L (ele)
LL (elle)
M (eme)
N (ene)
Ñ (eñe)
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Silent like the “h” in hour
Like the “ee” in feet
Like the “h” sound in hot
Like “k” sound in karate
Like “l” sound in look
Like the “y” sound in yam
Like the “m” sound in mom
Like the “n” sound in no
Like the “ny” sound in canyon
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O (o)
P (pe)
Q (cu)
R (ere)
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Rr (erre)
S (ese)
T (te)
Like the “o” in top
Like the “p” in pay
Like the “k” in kookoo
Like the “r” in record
It is rolled when it is at the beginning
 This is a rolled “r” like rumble
 Like the “s” it sit
 Like the “t” sound in table
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U (u)
V (ve)
Like the “oo” in food
Like the “v” in visit. It also can sound
like a soft “b”
 Like the “w” sound in water
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W
(doble ve)
 X (equis)  This can make a sound like an “h” in
hot or an “s” sound like the x in exist”
 Y (I griega)  Like the “ee” sound a y makes in easy
 Z (zeta)
 Like the “s” sound in sat
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La pregunta:
 ¿Cómo se escribe…?
 How do you spell…?
La respuesta:
 Se escribe…
 It is spelled
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B.
C.
Se escribe hache-e-te-u
Se escribe ge-a-te-o
Se escribe jota-a-te-o
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B.
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Se escribe e-ese-pe-e-eñe-o-elle
Se escribe e-ese-pe-a-ene-o-ele
Se escribe e-ese-pe-a-eñe-o-ele
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B.
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¿Cómo se escribe casa?
¿Como se dice casa?
¿Cómo te llamas?
La Pregunta:
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¿Cuál es tu correo electrónico?
 What is your email?
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¿Cuál es el correo electrónico de ____?
 What is ____’s email?
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B.
C.
El teléfono
La fecha
El correo electrónico
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B.
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¿Cuál es el correo electrónico de Juan?
¿Cuál es Juan’s correo electrónico?
¿Cuál el correo electrónico Juan es?
La Respuesta:
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Mi correo electrónico es…
 My email is…
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El correo electrónico de ____ es
 ____’s email address is…
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Es…
 It is…
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When you give an email address, you spell
out the email using letters & email
symbols:
@
▪ Arroba
 Dot
▪ Punto
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If the email is
[email protected]
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You say:
Es ese-pe-a-ene-i-ese-hache-uno punto esete-u-de-e-ene-te arroba eme-che-ese punto
ce-o-eme
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B.
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[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
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