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Mini-Guide to Learn How to Spell in Spanish

Hoy vamos a ver cómo deletrear en español. ¿Deletrear? Mmm, that's a strange word, I wonder how to spell it: D-E-L-E-T-R-E-A-R. Deletrear means to spell. Let's learn how to spell in Spanish!

          ¡Hola! ¡Buenas! ¿Cómo están?           Yo muy feliz de verlos de nuevo.          ¿Listos?          ¡Empecemos!          Hoy vamos a ver cómo deletrear en español.         ¿Deletrear?Mmm, that's a strange word, I wonder how to spell it:          D-E-L-E-T-R-E-A-R Deletrear means to spell.

Let's learn how to spell in Spanish!

Brown Scrabble Boards With Letters

Let's rewind for a minute, do you remember how to make a phone call in Spanish?          ¡Excelente!Let´s do a quick review.          ¿Alo?          Buenas, ¿se encuentra Patricia?          Sí, ¿quién la busca?          Mateo          Me podría deletrear su nombre, porfavor.          Claro, es: M-A-T-E-O ( in Spanish)          Muchas gracias, un momento porfavor.As you can see, sometimes it is necessary to spell out either your first name or your last name. Let's go over the alphabet in Spanish.         el abecedarioMost of the letters are similar to the English alphabet, but there are a few differences!          a,b,c,d,e,f,g,h,i,j,k,l,ll,m,n,ñ,o,p,q,r,s,t,u,v,w,x,z          ¡Excelente!

What are the differences between the Spanish and English alfabeto?

We have the letter: ll (double l)It is pronounced  like a “y”.For example: llave (key). Llamo in the phrase: Me llamo Andrea.The letter ñ.What words can you think of that have the letter ñ?          niño/niña(boy/girl)          año(year)          mañana(tomorrow)Now try practicing spelling your own name.          ¿Me podría deletrear su nombre, porfavor? ¡Muy bien! Now you know how to spell in Spanish. We’ll also share more pronunciation differences between Spanish and English in the future lessons but practice these (ll and y) for now!Keep this up, you’re on a roll!¡adiós!

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