Spanish Alphabets / Spanish Letters

To learn Spanish language, Alphabets are the main part of language learning. Here you learn Spanish alphabet/Spanish letter. If you are interested to learn Spanish language, this place will help you to learn Spanish alphabet/character in Spanish and their pronunciation in English. Language is a communication tool in which knowledge, emotions and feeling convey to others.

To learn Spanish language, first we learn Spanish alphabets and then learn Spanish alphabets with words and images and their pronunciation in English. Common vocabulary is one of the important sections. Common Vocabulary contains common words that we can used in daily life conversations.

Spanish alphabet

Spanish language is under Romance language family. Spanish alphabet is a Latin script/Roman script. Spanish is one of the popular languages in Spain over 480 million native speakers and 534 million speakers to communicates their language around the world. Spanish language is the fourth largest language in the world. Spanish language is one of the topmost influential languages in the world.

Spanish is the official languages of Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Equatorial Guinea, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Spain, Uruguay, Venezuela.

Spanish alphabet are called alfabeto español. Spanish vowels are known as vocales and Spanish consonants are known as consonantes.

Spanish alphabet has 30 letters contains 5 vowels and 25 consonants as shown in below table and their pronunciation in English.

Spanish Vowels

Spanish vowels are known as vocales. Spanish letters have 5 vowels. Here we learn Spanish vowels and their pronunciation in English.

VOWELS

Capital Letter

Small Letter

Pronunciation

A

a

a

E

e

e

I

i

ee

O

o

aw

U

u

oo

Read also:  A-Z Dictionary  |  Vocabulary  |  Quiz

Spanish Consonants

Spanish consonants are known as consonantes. Spanish letters have 25 consonants. Here we learn Spanish consonants and their pronunciation in English.

CONSONANTS

Capital Letter

Small Letter

Pronunciation

B

b

be

C

c

ce

CH/Ch

ch

che

D

d

de

F

f

efe

G

g

ge

H

h

hache

J

j

jota

K

k

ka

L

l

ele

LL/Ll

ll

elle

M

m

eme

N

n

ene

Ñ

ñ

eñe

P

p

pe

Q

q

cu

R

r

ere

RR

rr

erre

S

s

ese

T

t

te

V

v

uve

W

w

doble u

X

x

equis

Y

y

ye

Z

z

zeta

All Spanish Alphabets

SPANISH ALPHABETS

Capital

Small

Pronunciation

A

a

a

B

b

be

C

c

ce

CH/Ch

ch

che

D

d

de

E

e

e

F

f

efe

G

g

ge

H

h

hache

I

i

ee

J

j

jota

K

k

ka

L

l

ele

LL/Ll

ll

elle

M

m

eme

N

n

ene

Ñ

ñ

eñe

O

o

aw

P

p

pe

Q

q

cu

R

r

ere

RR

rr

erre

S

s

ese

T

t

te

U

u

oo

V

v

uve

W

w

doble u

X

x

equis

Y

y

ye

Z

z

zeta

Read also:  Number in Spanish

Learn Spanish language, you must learn Spanish Sentences and Phrases as below, it helps more strength to convey your Spanish conversations.

SENTENCES & PHRASES

Hello

Hola

Welcome

Bienvenido

Thanks

Gracias

Congratulations

Felicidades

Good morning

Buenos dias

Happy birthday

Feliz cumpleaños

I love you

Te quiero

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Alphabets in other languages:

Picture Vocabulary

fruit  |  vegetable  |  bird  |  animal  |  color  |  flower  |  tree  |  fish  |  insect  |  music  |  shape  |  building  |  place  |  landscape  |  body parts  |  ornament  |  school  |  hospital  |  household items  |  kitchen items  |  stationery items  |  occupation

VOCABULARY

fruit  |  VEGETABLE  |  BIRD  |  ANIMAL  |  FLOWER  |  NUMBER  |  GREETING  |  COLOR  |  DAY  |  MONTH  |  RELATIONSHIP  |  BODY PARTS  |  HOUSEHOLD ITEMS  |  KITCHEN ITEMS  |  OCCUPATION  |  STATIONERY  |  PLANET  |  SCHOOL  |  HOSPITAL  |  DISEASE  |  #all  |  play games

GRAMMAR

SYNONYM  |  ANTONYM  |  POSITIVE words  |  PREFIX  |  SUFFIX  |  VERB  |  NOUN  |  ADJECTIVE  |  SENTENCES  |  1000 words  |  come  |  did  |  how  |  my  |  please  |  she  |  this  |  what  |  when  |  where  |  who  |  why  |  thank  |  #all

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