Understanding The Spanish Alphabet Phonetic 3




Learn SPANISH Lesson 3 Spanish alphabet phonetic.

Dialogue

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1/ Spanish Listening Practise

1 / Practice of sentences

A coffee please!

Tania is in Valencia. She walks through the Carmen, a very nice neighborhood. She stops to drink something.

The weather is nice and she sits on a terrace. Juan, the waiter, greets her:

Tania: Hi Juan: Hi, miss.

Tania: Can I sit here?

Juan: Of course! Do you want something to drink?

Tania: Yes, coffee, please.

Juan: Is that all?

Tania: Uh … no … A donut as well, please.

Juan: Very good! You are from here?

Tania: No, I’m French.

Juan: Oh! You speak Spanish really well!

Tania: Thanks! I have been learning Spanish for a year.

Juan: Very good! Where are you living? In the neighborhood?

Tania: Yes! Next to the town hall.

Juan: Really?

Tania: Yes!

Juan: I’ll be right back with your coffee.

Spanish Vocabulary

2 / Spanish Vocabulary practice

Be in

Walking for

Neighborhood

Very pretty

Stop

to stop onesself

Take something (to drink or eat)

To drink

Weather

Nice

Sit down

He/she/it sits

On a terrace

Donut

Greet

Hello

Miss

Please

Thank you!

very good

Waiter/ waitress

Can I sit here?

Of course!

Do you want something to drink?

French

English

Italian

Speak Spanish

I’m learning Spanish

For a year

town hall

Really?

Yes! No!

Is that all? That is all?

Next to

You are from around here?

By

In the neighborhood

return/ come back

Spanish Grammar

3 / Grammar :

The  Spanish alphabet phonetic

Phonology and alphabet

 

  1. Alphabet:
  2. a, b, c, d, e, f, g, h, i, j, k, l, m, n, ñ, or, p, q, r, s, t, u, v, w, x, z

2) Tonic accents:

In Spanish, all words have a tonic accent, that is, a syllable where the intensity of the tone is stronger. In addition, depending on which position is the strong accent will be divided into 3 types: Acute, flat and esdrújulas. Examples:

ESDRÚJULASLLANASACUTE
PHONENOWINTENSITY
HYPOTHETICALTREETRUCK

 

Grammar of Spanish alphabet phonetic: 

Professions

  1. A) -O> -A
MALE
FEMININE
-OR-TO
PROFESSION
MALE
FEMININE
PLUMBERFONTAN ER OFONTAN ER A
WAITERCAMAR ER OCAMAR ER A
  1. B) -OR> -ORA
MALE
FEMININE
-OR-ORA
PROFESSION
MALE
FEMININE
TEACHERPROFES ORPROFES ORA
DIRECTORDIRECT ORDIRECT ORA
  1. C) -NTE> NTE
MALE
FEMININE
-NTE-NTE
 PROFESSION
MALE
FEMININE
SINGERCANTE NTECANTE NTE
PRESIDENTPRESIDES NTEPRESIDES NTE

 

  1. D) -Z> -Z
MALE
FEMININE
-Z-Z

 

PROFESSION
MALE
FEMININE
JUDGEJUDGEJUDGE
FOREMAN / WOMANFOREMANFOREMAN
  1. E) -L> -L
MALE
FEMININE
-L-L

 

PROFESSION
MALE
FEMININE
BRICKLAYERBUILDERBUILDER
  1. F) -ISTA> -ISTA
MALE
FEMININE
-ISTA-ISTA

 

PROFESSION
MALE
FEMININE
JOURNALISTPERIOD ISTAPERIOD ISTA

I hope these examples of  Spanish alphabet phonetic were clear.

Spanish Speaking Practise

4 / Questions and answers

1- In what neighborhood is Tania walking?
Tania walks in the neighborhood of Carmen.

2- Where does Tania sit?
Tania sits on a terrace.

3- Does Tania want something to drink?
Yes, Tania wants a coffee.

4- Has Tania been learning Spanish?
Tania has been learning Spanish for a year.

5- Where is Tania living?
Tania is living next to the town hall.

Spanish Exercises Lesson 3

Below, you have 3 types of tests of the online Spanish course:

  1. A comprehension exercise in which you have to select the right options.
  2. An exercise of  vocabulary practice in which you have to drag and drop the word you have chosen from the list and paste it in the right place.
  3. grammar exercise in which you have to fill in the empty boxes with the correct answers.

Spanish Comprehension Exercise

Spanish Vocabulary Exercise

Spanish Grammar Exercises


nouns in spanish
professions in spanish
spanish alphabet phonetic
definite articles in Spanish
spanish syntax
negation in spanish grammar
the verb SER
size adjectives in spanish
the verb estar in spanish
personal nouns in spanish
spanish pronouns
spanish adverbs
the verb tener
los articulos determinados
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