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Spanish course Level A0
Lesson 1: Vowels
Let's learn about the Spanish vowels, their pronunciations, and some vocabulary related to the vowels in Spanish.
The Spanish language has 5 vowels, when you are learning Spanish it is really important to vocalize clearly to make sure you pronounce the words well when you read or speak.
Mayúsculas: A - E- I - O - U
Minúsculas: a - e- i - o - u
Lips open and stretched
Lesson 2: Alphabet names and sounds
Let's practice the Spanish Alphabet and its pronunciation. In Spanish, there are 27 letters. The letters (called diagraphs) ch, ll, and rr are no longer counted as letters of the Spanish alphabet. Pay close attention to the video to learn how to pronounce and say the letters properly. This video was made taking into account the changes made in 2010 by The Royal Spanish Academy (Spanish: Real Academia Española) which is Spain's official royal institution with a mission to ensure the stability of the Spanish language.
Lesson 3: Vowels and Consonants
The Spanish alphabet has 27 letters, 5 vowels, and 22 consonants. Let's remember that the letters (called diagraphs) ch, ll, and rr are no longer counted as letters of the Spanish alphabet. Each letter has a noun and a sound as you could see druing the unit related to the alphabet.