Spanish Vowels

Spanish Vowels Spanish Language has only five vowels a, e, i, o, u, they differ from English in sound, each vowel has a sound (this reason why the words in Spanish are spelled exactly how they sound).

Learning the vowels in any languages is definitely the first thing that one can do when you are learning a new language and Spanish language could not be the exception. Spanish is characterized by its five vowels, a, e, i, o and u, which unlike many other languages are very easy to learn. This section will provides you useful information to learn in a correct way Spanish vowels.

Vowels in Spanish

a
a

e
e

i
i

o
o

u
u

 


Spanish Vowels Examples:

a is pronounced similarly to the "a" in "father"

    Example: terraza (teh-rrah-sah)

e is generally pronounced like the "e" in "met"

    Example: Mesa (meh-sah)

i is pronounced similarly to the "ee" in "feet"

    Example: Silla (see-yah)

o is pronounced is pronounced like the "oa" in "boat"

    Example: No (noh)

u is generally pronounced like the "oo" in "boot"

    Example: Azul (ah-sool)



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