The Spanish letter D can be pronounced in two different ways.
In Spanish, when the letter G precedes a U plus a hard vowel, the U and the vowel are both pronounced. In order to obtain this W sound in front of a soft vowel, the Ü comes into play.
When a Spanish word has two vowels side by side, various pronunciation issues come into play: syllable division, diphthongs, and hiatus. In terms of syllable division, Spanish vowels are divided into two categories: strong vowels and weak vowels. To pronounce Spanish correctly, you need to understand strong and weak vowels and how they affect pronunciation.
The Spanish letter E is pronounced more or less like “ay” as in say or may, but without the “y” sound at the end.
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Enlace or encadenamiento is the phenomenon in Spanish whereby each word seems to run into the next, as if there are no boundaries between them.
The Spanish letter F is pronounced just like the English letter F.
The Spanish letter G can be pronounced in two different ways.
The Spanish letter H is silent. When you see an H, pronounce the word as if it weren't there.
Spanish vowels are divided into two categories: hard and soft. Hard vowels (A, O, U) cause the consonant that precedes them to be pronounced with a hard sound, while soft vowels (E, I) are preceded by a soft sound.