Spanish pronunciation – Practice with letter R – 3 (00170)

This is another unit to help you practice with the letter R. In order to go over this practice exercise you need to know the pronunciation of the vowels, basic consonants, L, and R. Remember that you don’t need to go over every single lesson. We want you to have plenty of opportunities to practice, but you can skip lessons if you see that you have mastered the concept.

Once you have completed this exercise, you can study more Spanish consonants. If you have problems pronouncing the R, you can go back and go over the letter R again, but don’t worry because you will improve gradually as long as you keep learning.

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Spanish pronunciation – Practice with letter R – 2 (00160)

This is another unit where you will find words that contain the simple and the multiple R. For this practice lesson you need to be familiar with the Spanish vowels, basic consonants, L, and R.

Your next step: practice more with the pronunciation of R or study more Spanish consonants.

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Spanish pronunciation – Practice with multiple R – 2 (00150)

For this unit you need to know the pronunciation of the Spanish vowels and basic consonants, and also the letters L and R. Remember that when a word starts with R, it is always pronounced with the multiple or strong variation of the R. This unit will help you practice with words that start with R.

After this unit, you can practice more with the pronunciation of R or study more Spanish consonants.

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Spanish pronunciation – Practice with letter R – 1 (00140)

In this lesson you are going to find Spanish words that contain both the simple R and the multiple R. I have already mentioned before that the letter R is somewhat challenging for non-native speakers, but with practice you will be able to get very close. In any case, don’t pretend to acquire a perfect pronunciation, since that is one of the most difficult things to achieve (even more if you have started to learn the language as an adult), and it doesn’t really affect communication in most cases in real life. For this unit you need to know the pronunciation of vowels, basic consonants, letter L, and letter R.

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

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Spanish pronunciation – Practice with multiple R – 1 (00130)

You are going to practice here with words that contain the multiple R. For this unit you need to know the pronunciation of the Spanish vowels, basic consonants, letter L, and letter R.

If you are able to reproduce the simple R and the multiple R, you should try another practice unit where both sounds appear in the same word. You can also move on to study other Spanish consonants.

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Spanish pronunciation – Practice with simple R – 2 (00120)

For this lesson you need to know the pronunciation of the Spanish vowels, the basic consonants, and also the letters L and R. You will practice here with the pronunciation of the simple R, using words that include the letter in many different positions and combinations.

After this unit, you can start practicing with the pronunciation of the multiple R, or study other Spanish consonants if you think you have learned the R.

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Spanish pronunciation – Practice with simple R – 1 (00110)

Since the letter R can represent different phonemes and at the same time it can appear as single (R) or double (RR), it is important that you have the possibility of plenty of practice, so that you learn all its variations. In this unit you are going to find only words that contain the simple R. You need to be familiar with the vowels, all the basic consonants, the letter L and, obviously, the letter R.

Remember: disregard the meanings of the words and just focus in the pronunciation right now. If you’re eager to learn vocabulary, jump ahead and skip all the pronunciation lessons, but I recommend that you practice all these pronunciation units if you see that you need practice with the sounds of Spanish. Your next step should be to keep practicing with the letter R or study more consonants.

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