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Spanish Lesson Beginner 30 Spanish pronunciation rules Posted by on Feb 22, 2012

Hola ¿Qué tal? Today, we are going to look at improving your Spanish pronunciation with some important Spanish pronunciation rules. Spanish pronunciation is actually quite straightforward. This might be hard to believe at first glance, but many of the Spanish letters are pronounced very similarly to their English counterparts and there is a definite, clear…

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Spelling changes in irregular verbs Posted by on Jan 26, 2012

As you may be aware of, irregular verbs are the ones that have some kind of alteration in their radical or endings. Let’s take a look at some of these changes in Spanish verbs that have to do with sound (eufonía = good sound). Such changes are not exactly irregularities because verbs keep the same…

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Spanish Lesson Advanced 20 Palabras que comienzan con ‘a’ tónica Posted by on Aug 17, 2011

In this advanced level Spanish lesson we will look at sustantivos starting with “a” tónica, for example: el agua, el hacha, el águila, el aula, el alma, el arma, el área, el hambre… You might think that these words are masculine, but curiously this is not the case. They are feminine words. This video lesson…

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Pronunciation Podcast – The Sound of the Letter R Posted by on Jun 8, 2010

Hola, mi gente. Today we’re going to have our first Spanish podcast. I’m really excited to be talking to you guys so let me tell you a little bit about myself. I was born in Bebedouro, in the state of São Paulo, in Brazil. I started studying Spanish when I was 16, now I’m 34…

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