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How to Lose the Fear of Speaking “Spanglish.”

How to Lose the Fear of Speaking “Spanglish.”

We are often shy when it comes to making mistakes, especially when we don’t have “YET” all the tools or experience necessary because “We are just learning.” In this video I will mention how to recognized the problem and to build confidence to overcome it. Also, I’ll  make them available for you to practice and to learn Spanish while enjoying it.

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How to Lose the Fear of Speaking “Spanglish.”

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Las Partes del Cuerpo

I always find students asking for the different parts of the body. Here, there is a picture to start with; then, print the crossword and practice. If there is a word that your don’t know, use the dictionary.

Crucigrama las partes del cuerpo

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El Alfabeto, Las Vocales, Sílabas y Más

The fact that we pronounce the same way as we write, makes the Spanish pronunciation easy and “rolling the r” fun stuff. Just do it like in ♪ “row row row your boat” ♫, that’s it! No worries, it’s not a big deal. It’s OK and it will come naturally with time. Same if you don’t say “yo” but “io” that’s OK as well. Remember, accent changes from town to town, city to city, country to country. The good news is, we will understand you and we are in this class to talk naturally. No perfection on earth is required. With that said, let’s listen and repeat how we pronounce. Relax, follow phonetics, and observe how we divide syllabus.  Repeat and do it the best you can. You can also  print the PDF

A – B – C – CH – D – E – F – G – H – I – J – K – L – LL – M – N – Ñ – O – P – Q – R – S – T – U – V – W – X – Y – Z.

VOCALES

A – E – I – O – U

SILABAS

BA – BE – BI – BO – BU

CHA – CHE – CHI – CHO – CHU

DA – DE – DI – DO – DU

FA – FE – FI – FO – FU

HA – HE – HI – HO – HU

LA – LE – LI – LO – LU

LLA – LLE – LLI – LLO – LLU

MA – ME – MI – MO – MU

NA – NE – NI – NO – NU

ÑA – ÑE – ÑI – ÑO – ÑU

PA – PE – PI – PO – PU

RA – RE – RI – RO – RU

SA – SE – SI – SO – SU

TA – TE – TI – TO – TU

VA – VE – VI – VO – VU –

WA – WE – WI – WO – WU

XA – XE – XI – XO – XU

YA – YE – YI – YO – YU

ZA – ZE – ZI – ZO – ZU

These Spanish syllables don’t follow the rule. Listen to the sound.

CA – KA       QUE –  KE       QUI –  KI       CO – KO       CU 

JA       JE – GE       JI – GI       JO       JU 

GA       GUE      GUI       GO      GU 

Pronunciación

Babel

Cha, cha, cha.

Chico

Dado

Faro

Hola

Lago

Llave

Mano

Nano

Ñato

Padre

Rata

Sapo

Tito

Vaca

Washington

Xenofobia

Yale

Zapato

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Jirafa

Gigante

Jengibre

Gerente

Gallo

Guerra

Guineo

Guzmán

Gota

Guapo

Joven

Juego

Casa

Queso

Kilo

Química

Coco

Cucu

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ALFABETO