Spanish pronunciation – Practice with letter Y – 3 (00390)

In this unit you will keep practicing with the pronunciation of  Y. We have already covered almost the whole Spanish alphabet, so be sure that you are familiar with all the vowels and most consonants, including LRCHCHGQX, and Y.

After completing this unit, you can do some more practice with the pronunciation of Y or study more consonants, although there is only one left.

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Spanish pronunciation – Practice with letter Y – 2 (00380)

This lesson provides more practice with the pronunciation of the Spanish letter Y. By now you should be very familiar with all the Spanish vowels and most consonants, including L, R, C, H, CH, G, Q, X, and Y.

Now you can keep practicing with the pronunciation of Y or study more Spanish consonants.

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Spanish pronunciation – Practice with letter Y – 1 (00370)

For this unit you need to know the pronunciation of the Spanish vowels and most consonants, including L, R, C, H, CH, G, Q, X, and Y. You will find in this exercise words that contain only the consonantal variation of the Spanish letter Y. Remember that the Y is pronounced like the digraph LL. There is a slight difference between both phonemes, but not even Spanish speakers are able to distinguish them sometimes.

Now you should practice more with the pronunciation of Y or study more Spanish consonants.

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Spanish pronunciation – Letter Y (00360)

The Spanish letter Y can represent two different phonemes, depending on the context in which it appears. Sometimes it is pronounced like the vowel I, and some other times is pronounced like the digraph LL. Although the LL and the Y actually represent different phonemes, many Spanish speakers don’t really make a difference between them and pronounce them exactly the same, so don’t worry if you cannot distinguish between them, since the sound so much alike. For this unit you need to know the vowels and most consonants, including L, R, C, H, CH, G, Q, and X.

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

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