Spanish pronunciation – Practice with letter C – 3 (00210)

In this unit you will find the two phonemes that the letter C can represent, so that you can practice them in the same lesson. For this unit you need to know the pronunciation of the Spanish vowels, basic consonants, L, R, and C.

Now you can keep practicing with the pronunciation of the letter C or study more consonants.

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Spanish pronunciation – Practice with letter C – 2 (00200)

For this unit you need to know the pronunciation of the Spanish vowels, basic consonants, and letters L, R, and C. In all these units about pronunciation you find the words separated by syllables, and it is important that you speak up and pronounce them aloud, so that you become familiar with the sounds. When you start speaking a foreign language it’s normal to feel strange, as when you start wearing a new pair of shoes. However, the more you walk, the more used to them you get; and the more you speak, the more comfortable you will feel speaking. So, speak up and don’t worry if you sound weird at the beginning.

Now you can practice more with the pronunciation of C or study more Spanish consonants.

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Spanish pronunciation – Practice with letter C – 1 (00190)

For this unit you need to know how to pronounce the vowels, the basic consonants, L, R, and C. Although the letter C can represent two different phonemes, we are going to advance gradually, so in this unit you will only find words that contain only one of the variations. Remember that the meanings of the words used for the practice are not important now, although you’re welcome to look them up in the dictionary if you’re curious.

Now you can keep practicing with the pronunciation of the letter C or study more consonants.

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Spanish pronunciation – Letter C (00180)

The interesting thing about the letter C in Spanish is that it can represent two very different phonemes depending on the vowels with which it combines. However, none of its two variations is difficult to pronounce, so you will not have any problems reproducing this sound. In order to negotiate this lesson, you need to be familiar with the vowels, basic consonants, L, and R.

After you complete this lesson, you should practice with the pronunciation of C or study more Spanish consonants.

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