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Improve your Pronunciation in Spanish and Practise

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22 Lessons (2h)
    • 1. Welcome to the Course!

      2:47
    • 2. 1 Accents and Dialects

      8:06
    • 3. Lesson 2 The Alphabet

      4:06
    • 4. Lesson 2 Letters b v c s z

      4:17
    • 5. Lesson 2 Letters h ch g j ll y

      7:39
    • 6. Lesson 2 Letters r rr x w k

      6:56
    • 7. Lesson 3 Dipthongs in Spanish

      7:46
    • 8. Lesson 3 Hiato Acentual

      6:20
    • 9. Lesson 3 Hiato Simple

      2:16
    • 10. Lesson 4 Syllables (part 1)

      5:53
    • 11. Lesson 4 Syllables (part 2)

      3:20
    • 12. Lesson 4 Syllables (part 3)

      9:18
    • 13. Clase 5 Terminación de palabras parte 1

      3:52
    • 14. Lesson 5 Word endings

      2:56
    • 15. Lesson 6 Tilde (part 1)

      6:51
    • 16. Lesson 6 Tilde (part 2)

      5:45
    • 17. Lesson 6 Tilde (part 3)

      6:17
    • 18. Lesson 7 Intonation

      5:59
    • 19. Lesson 8 Practise Words

      6:27
    • 20. Lesson 8 Reading a Text

      4:42
    • 21. Create and Share your Project!

      4:00
    • 22. Lesson 9 Next Steps

      4:46

About This Class

Improve Your Spanish Pronunciation and Practise 

If you struggle pronuncing words in Spanish, or if you have problems with intonation in Spanish, then this is the course for YOU! 

As an online teacher I help my students to say the words correctly, feel confident when they speak and have a clear pronunciation. They have very positive results! 

In this class you’ll learn: 

  • Accents and Dialects in Spanish 
  • Syllables 
  • Diphthongs 
  • Word Endings
  • How to say difficult words 
  • Tips and strategies you can use when speaking 

At the end, you'll practise saying words and reading a text in order to apply all the contents of the course into practise! Head to Projects and Resources to learn more! 

Even if you are a beginner, you'll find this course very helpful. We start with simple exercises and then we move into more difficult pronunciation. And you don't have to worry about the definitions of the words! Everything will be there for you to read and write down the new words (if you want to) 

You can also download the Workbook with all the contents of the course to have at hand and practise whenever you want! 

So if you are ready to improve your Pronounciation in Spanish, join me in this course! 

Flor

Have any questions? Contact me for help! :) 

Transcripts

1. Welcome to the Course!: Welcome to the Spanish pronunciation course. In this course you're gonna learn about accenting Spanish dialects, the alphabet, the vowels, the consonants. Also, you're going to learn how to pronounce the sea levels. Deep thumps in Spanish intonation. You're gonna get practice. With every video lesson, you'll get practice and downloadable material to get all the words and a text to practice Spanish. And we're gonna deal with difficult pronounciation. These are all the things that we're going to learn in these, in these Pronunciation course. So how to work? Well, once you joined the course, you have to watch the video lessons and you can download the ebook with all the contents. So if you are working or if you're watching this course with a laptop or a desktop computer, you will see on the right side in the projects part, there is a link where you can click and get the PDF to download their material and the contents of the course. Well, you have to say the words and phrases out loud. You can pause the video lesson if you need more time. You can go back to the lessons anytime you want. Let say you want to practice one lesson again, so you can go back and watch the video lesson. And the most important thing is that you repeat, you pronounce them up loud. You take your time in order to improve your Spanish pronunciation. And don't forget that you can contact me. If you need any help. You can write in the comments below the video lessons or you can post a comment in a discussion section. Feel free to contact me and ask me any doubts or any questions or suggestions or let me know about your progress and tell me if you are understanding more about the Spanish pronunciation. So after this course, you will understand exits in Spanish or learn about Spanish pronunciation. Be able to pronounce correctly and with more confidence. Practise Spanish pronunciation up to your own pace. And finally, get downloadable materials to practice whenever you want. Sit time on your calendar. So then you get like maybe you get to practice once a week or twice or three times a week and tried to complete it may be in the space of a month or two months. So you get to see your own progress. These scores is for all the levels. You don't have to be beginner, intermediate, or advanced. The importance of this course is that you learn Spanish pronunciation. So let's start. 2. 1 Accents and Dialects: On this first lesson, we're gonna talk about accents and dialects, types of dialects, the difference between an accent and a dialect, and the importance of these two when you learn Spanish. I will also talk about my own accent. And we're going to learn about the countries that speak Spanish as an official language and other countries that have Spanish. It's not an official, but a large part of the population speaks Spanish. So let's type. So the countries listed below have Spanish as an official language. So we have a Hindi NA, Bolivia, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ebola, booleq, omnichannel, Ecuador. What they might allow on Buddha's, Mexico, Nicaragua, but I wipe it all order. Why Venezuela, Hispania. All of these countries have Spanish, us, the official language. Okay? And now we're gonna see a Nora Elisa is Delos Unidos. They don't have Spanish as an official language, but the language holds a special status and it's spoken by enlarge portion of the population. I see, you know, some countries. And it's funny, she's not the official one, but many people speak Spanish in these four countries that we have here. Dialect or accent. So as you know, all the languages in the world have different accents. And Spanish being the second language most spoken in the world, is no exception. So if you traveled to Mexico or Cuba or Spain, you'll hear different accents. Some are easier to understand than others. Tried to remember if you have traveled to any Spanish-speaking country or if you have watched any Spanish-speaking TV series or movie, how did you feel about the accident? Was it difficult to understand? Was it easy? Do you have like a language partner or a teacher? Can you compare the different types of accents? I think it's very important that you identify the, the, the accent that you want to maybe eat mutate or the one that you want to use and focus on that one. Okay, so let's see what an accent is. So our next event is a way of pronouncing words. We all have an accent. What do you have to do, as I said before, is identify the accent you like and talk to people that speak with that accent. Be in contact with it as much as possible. Practice using it and get feedback in order to pronounce it better. Listen to people with different accents. So if you don't know which acts and you like the best, you can listen to people with different accents nowadays with the internet. And we'd podcasts and music and being able to connect with more people, you get access to different accents from Latin America or Spain. This is an accent, okay? It's a way of pronouncing words. So my piece of advice is that you be exposed to different accents and practice. Ok? On the other hand, let's see what a dialect is. So with dialect 0s if form, in which we speak a language in a particular part of the country by a particular group of people. And it contains some words, grammar or pronunciation. The ways in which words are set that are different from the forms using other parts or by other groups. So remember, and an accent is a way of pronouncing and a dialect is a form in which we speak a language. Okay? Now, this is important when you are learning the recent et correct or proper one. It's not like the dialect from this region or this country is more important or better, or more correct? Ok, so the recent correct or proper one. So Spanish dialects can be grouped in the following way. So you have Espanol than not update the Lebanese will America, Spanish from Galicia studios Valencia. And the other one is in a funny on the Lebanese will have Erica Castellano maintain gonna lose in Espanol leakiness if Bina, it's the third type. So spiny style x can be grouped in this three. Okay. And also 11-year-old America. They may he call the Mexican, Spanish, Central American Caribbean, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic, Canada, Caribbean, Colombian and Caribbean Mexico. You have the Andean Pacific, Colombia, Peru, Ecuador, waste Bolivian real blood. Then say that's mine at a Hindi no to y 0s, Bolivia and Paraguay, Chilean T Usha, Spanish. So these are four different types of dialects. Okay. He's not that one is more correct than other or one is more proper. It depends on the contact you have with the language. I think this is something that we have to remember. Ok. The accents and dialects is not one that it's the proper one. The belief in one or the other way in or the Mexican from the south or the Mexican from the north. It doesn't matter. What matters is that you pronounce the words correctly. Ok, when you have a C hate, you pronounced correctly when you have a double r, when you have an M and N, that you know your vowels. So that's what matters. And then you can have any accent. You can have a bit of your own accent and speaks Spanish anyway, one, okay? So this means that not only the accent, pronunciation will be different, but also works and some grammatical forms when we talk about dialects. Okay, I've seen vosotros sois and will stay this song. So we feel learn the Spanish from a certain region. You will have a certain set of words and grammatical forms and the X and will be different. And when you learn, let's say Spanish from Argentina, from when a site is, the same will happen. But that doesn't mean wi learning either better or worse way. What matters is that you are learning from a certain region, okay? So this is something to bear in mind when you are learning Spanish, regardless the level. So this is about me, my accent, BSN though. I have the Argentinian accent, but he didn't say the, my accent is, is funny. And I use volts instead of to the singular you. And many times I say to during the day, sometimes I say The more often and sometimes I only use it when I go to visit my family in Argentina. But this is my accent, MeSH, SL, reapply density. They can Dina. So I'm not going to use my accent and lot. The idea here and the focus is the pronunciation of words intonation. I'm not going to teach you to say everything with my accent, but just for you to bear in mind that there are different accents when you learn Spanish. And then you can choose, OK, be exposed to different accents and choose the one that you like, or maybe just use your o next then. Okay? So this is the first lesson. If you have any questions or any doubts as regards accents and dialects, you can leave a comment below, and I'll be happy to help you. Let's see the next lesson. 3. Lesson 2 The Alphabet: Hola, unclass do, we're gonna see Bernoulli asean. They lead brass. They'd the vowels round speciation or letters. And we're going to see the difference between bay or difference between, say, is it said that and how to pronounce words that have these three letters. I'd say, hey, hotbed, Valeri, beloved has gone, works with the YWCA in espanol. So we're going to see words that have these letters in Spanish. And I'm gonna give you a list of the words. And what you can do is like read and repeat the words after I say them. And then you can pause the video and repeat the words at your own pace. I'm gonna also give you the translation or the definitions of these words in English in case you want to know what we're saying in vanish. So let's get started with first the alphabet. So first we're gonna start with the alphabet. Yes. So this is how I would say the alphabet. There might be a few changes with, let's say y and w and v in Spanish. But I'm just gonna give you the one that I would usually say and that it's understood. But most people, so I'm going to start with the first row. I'm going to say the letters. And then you can pause the video and read the letters. Okay? So I'm going to start by say a, FA, K, e. So you can pause the video here and pronounce the letters. Okay, and whenever announced the next line, m, n, m, n neck. And yet all Bei Gu. So as you can see, we have MA, NA NR. This is a different type of N. And every time you have these letter in a word, it's NEA anion, okay. And J, hada. It's never pronounced hot. That is always pronounced like okay. And the same as hey, letter g. We never pronounced hay and hot. Like we always were announced. Okay, let's see, the next and the last row. Say they all vey though. Olivier achy, IGDA said that. So here I want to mention something. I want to say that in some countries or in some regions, they would say V as all van, all there, I would say. But some people would say all them. Or they can also say vague Corta as a difference between VA and there. The court Babylon and the olivier could also be or where the overlay. Okay. And why I would say EDTA gap, but some people might say is yes. And well, if you are having lessons with a teacher, you can ask him or her, like what is the one that they would use and compare? And people will understand anyway, because we know about the other types of pronunciation, so it won't be wrong. So you can pause the video here if you want to pronounce all the alphabet altogether, or you can go back a few seconds if you want to pronounce one row at a time. So we're going to start with the letters. 4. Lesson 2 Letters b v c s z: So what I'm gonna do is I'm gonna pronounce each word and I'm going to leave a few seconds for you to repeat after me. And then what you can do is you can pause the video on, repeat all the words, and tried to pay attention to the difference between ba and vey. Okay, so I'm going to start read braille cladogram. So words like banana, baby, uncle, out of boil. I've got a whole. And then read the other be Vic or that vodka. Bv to lock us, Yunus, LavAzza, be Vienna. And now we're going to see a word that has these two letters together. The board m. Ok, so here you have the definition of some of the words in English. So my advice is that you pause the video now if you want to read or write the meaning of these words and just say them up loud again. The next one is, say, is it sit them? So let's say in Argentina, I would say, say, is it said that, and I will pronounce them. See me. But what I'm going to teach you ease, pronounce it, pronounce these three letters in two different ways. Okay, first I'm going to say, we're, I would say Galaxy S8 overlap. Think Dora said psilocybin. See lin CO sobre si rather. So as you can see, I didn't make a difference between say and in Spanish. I know letting some regions there would say maybe it status that file or the lens, the o. Okay. That depends on the region. I don't pronounce that way, but this is, this is like a heads up for you. That it may be your teacher is from a certain region or a certain country where they pronounce this way is not wrong. Okay? And the last one is said that though I would say SAP practical, solo, Hiroko, electron, sadder, oven, Sida. This is one type of pronunciation. The other one, it could be thought Dato, solo, Alcuin of unthought. So as you can see the difference between the first time I pronounce I said SAP Otto, and the second time I say topical so that the tip of the tongue has to go out Zapata, solo in. It depends on the region. I would usually say sub bottle solo hago. It doesn't matter how much you you're pronounced days. But we'll matters is especially if you're taking an exam, Spanish international exam or something is how you spell that. Eats would sit that a node with s, Okay, that's something that should be important. But then pronunciation, as you can see, I would say these three, the same causes side1, satisfied sub-model. The pronounciation doesn't change that much. But if you pronounce from a certain region, it will be, may be suboptimal and the tip of the tongue does, goes a tiny beat out. Okay? These will depend on how you want to pronounce the words. So these are a few examples. When I show you the last one, lap or Lapith. So I'm gonna show you the definitions of these words in English. So you can pause the video here if you write them, if you want to write them down, or if you want to know the meaning of the words, or in case you want some extra practice. So you can pause the video now and we'll move on to the next set of letters. 5. Lesson 2 Letters h ch g j ll y : Okay, now we're going to see the next set of letters I say at t. So something to remember is that at the beginning, it's not pronounced or in the middle, we don't pronounce these letter. We say that a law is Malda. These letter is mute. The silence we never pronounced aids. Now I'm gonna say a few words. I'm going to leave a few seconds for you to repeat. And then I'm going to, I'm going to move on to the next line or row. So the first one, 0s or no. Olap. Order. Our trap. Heat. Who? I want to say these next two again, because I know that sometimes my students have problems with these two, so I want to repeat them again. E ho I had them. I had a it's not a he had a I had okay. Good. These will these might take some time because I know it's a bit strange. And especially because if you speak English, you probably think, oh yeah, I have to say Keyhole, a Honda or Aki had that. Careful. It's order E WHO? I remember latch it is move them. Right? It's not silent when it has a C. So we pronounced as seen words like to feel a tad. It took a boat to tif. I know that in English you may say chef, but in Spanish we say tiff. Tiff. And yeah, so remember, the hate is silent unless it's after. See that with LSA, so we pronounced. Okay, so I want to show you the definitions of these words in English. So remember you can pause the video now if you want to write them down or if you want to repeat these words again, we're going to move on to the next set of letters. Let's see. Reese, two letters. Hey, hope that we never say j dot that. We always say, hey, let's drag read words but have a hit. So I'm going to say the words and then you repeat after me. We have got DO deep Rautavaara, Goldman, our God to say, wow, this is a very special word. We don't say. We say ow hurdle. Okay, it's an exception, like, as you know, that are many inspired news and in any language, this word is our credo is no credo. Ok. Read day gongbuhada. Okay, that is I hope I'll say Queries. So as you can see, these has very marked a whole Jose, whoever's EOQ hinted day. Okay. We never say address. I do. We always say, whoa, okay, that's something to remember. And here we have words that have both a hada, so whole getting pulled out and cool. And here you have your definitions of the words in English. And I would say, but I know in some countries they say Sumo or thermal Fermi's hobo. And what I recommend is that you pause the video to repeat the words. Or if you want to read the meaning of these and these words, they might be new for you. And then you compare saying, for example, that LDL or got, who'll get day. So competitor say in the different words and try to identify the pronounciation. Okay? That's something that you can do. Feel free to pause the video now because we're going to see the next set of letters. And these letters are globally or locally led. So I'm gonna pronounce the words, read, EDA got with y. And here I want to say that they are two different types of pronounciation. There is the, let's say, Spanish dialect that Leo glioblastoma instead that one that I have. And there is the other dialect that will pronounce the word. The words we wired differently. So first I'm going to pronounce the way I would do, and then I'm going to use the other accent. Okay? So the first one is show chat to Shama. I show them. So as I said, as us as you probably heard me, I said it show Shang Sheng Gei needs like in other regions, in other countries they may say yo, yeah, you get Yemen. Argue that. So that's why I told you that you have to be exposed to different types of accents and then choose the one that would be easier for you to try to imitate or learn from. So you can also find a mixing between, you can say your Yeah, Xoom, gay as you that, so you could be in the middle and you can choose. This is up to you. If you say Yo, I will understand. If you say show, I will understand. And people that speak Spanish will definitely understand. So 2a, one that you think it's easier. You can say show or you can say, yo, this is up to you, okay? And the same is with the double l. So I would say savvy. Silvia Chavez. I'll cantata ESA. Or you can also say, hey, you via you've added Yamada. I'll contact you, choose the one that you prefer. Okay. You can say sometimes shabby on some other times you can say yeah, Bay, and that won't be wrong. Ok. So this is just for you to know that to different types of pronouncing these two letters. And again, here you have what they mean, meaning late. So you can pause the video here if you want to say these two words, or if you want to write them down or learn that definitions in English. So let's continue with the next set of letters. 6. Lesson 2 Letters r rr x w k: Okay, the new set of words, is it a double or OK, with love, with R? And so we're gonna see how to pronounce them when they are in different parts of a word, when they are at the beginning, in the middle, or when we have double, or in English. So I'm gonna pronounce each word. I'm going to leave a few seconds for you to repeat after me. And then you can pause the video and repeat all of them if you want to. So let's start with one or so. The first one is idle. Ride out. Gradle bordered product. Where? Ok, so as you can see in the first three words, we say idle modified, puedo, and then in the other ones when they're reasonable vowel, we say go to data. It's kinda like a. Okay? So these are the first five words we're going to see when the order is at the beginning. For all sat for real. Pretty SAP. Perez. Yeah. Where do evil? So don't worry if you cannot pronounce at, this requires practice and maybe you don't have the sounds in your language, so that makes it a bit difficult. So don't worry if you say okay, I understand. If you say Llosa, I may have a bit of difficulty understanding and probably ask again, Do you mean Lausanne, the word order Rosetta color. Sometimes the context helps, but it is just trying to roll your tongue when you say these words. So rasa, like the tongue is at them at the top. Okay. It's just practice. Don't worry. If you kind of get it at the beginning. Just take your time. Ok, there is no hurry. And if you can do it, perfect, you can practice these as any other healthy other letters. Okay? Now we're gonna see that double or we say out of Iraq, eat bad, rap on Raga, out elisa, admirals versus the last one. So remember, we can say via VSA or bodily. Yeah, okay, arrows are off. So remember these two different pronunciations. So as you can see, when we have the single, the one or with a vowel is a widow. When it's at the beginning verb, when it's two r's. Again. Ok. So my piece of advice is that you pause the video here and you practice maybe the, the, the three lines, the three rows, you can use a Dodoma rossa, Beida, Peruvian get data. Okay, so then you can see the difference between. Their pronunciations of the letters. And here you have what they mean in English. Ok? There is no mistake in the word robot. That means at. So I just, that's why I used the CMO only. So you can pause the video here if you want to read the letters or if you want more practice, we're going to move on to the next sets of letters. So let's see. These are words. Read a piece by loud AS gone. Becky's. Though we say galaxies. Lexical, flex your anatomy. Ok, Cijkl x. Our next SO book Seattle. Ceo mighta, saner phobia. So here I want to tell you two things. The first one is a pronunciation of a piece. As in words like lexical doc Siegel, x is like. But in words that start with x. With x, we don't pronounce as we say, c omega Santa phobia. We don't say xenophobia. Ok, C0 mighta. We say c omega santa phobia. Okay, so this is for you to remember. The x is always caucuses. Lexical flexure matter. When he's at the beginning. See Yamada say no phobia. Okay. And here you have the ad, the definition of these words in English. So you can pause the video if you need any more practice or you can go back and listen to the words. Again. These are gone. Bob leeway or a goblin, wifi or Wi-Fi. Wherever. So while we, we i1, so as you can see, we pronounce we owe a web wealth data. We don't say Walter, it's always our wild that key we die one. Okay, so you can pause the video here if you want to practice these words. They are similar in English, so that's why I didn't write them in English. Well, the last one, nice words 3k by Lebron has gone gap in espanol. So let's see how they are pronounced. Piwi. I'd add free, wheel skull, ILO, metro, yellow-brown, mom. Harmful. So as you can see, these words out like the same were pronounced key, we got up the skull and then you will see that it's the same as words with Ca, CO, CO. We say got, go gu, the same with k. That aren't many words that have K, but we pronounce. Cool, that's the pronounciation. And these words are similar in English, so that's why I didn't write the definitions, but you can see them got out, they Cusco kilometre from their similarity in English. So this is the first part of the course where we learned about pronunciations of letters. And in the next part, we're going to learn deep funds in Spanish. So let's see the next lessons. 7. Lesson 3 Dipthongs in Spanish: On this lesson, we're going to learn about the dongles and yet those I'm going to teach you the difference between these two works. We're going to see the different categories and the different groups. And I'm going to show you examples and I'm going to teach you when or how to recognize these two categories and how to pronounce that are loads of words, loads of examples, and lots of practice for you to pronounce these words correctly. So let's start with the IP phones. Deep dongles, deep thumps. But what are they? We have heared types and examples. Depots near him blows. So we have recovered most homogeneous Lonian dead-on vocalist Debbie less. They, the union of two week vowels, E, o. Another type is Big Bang Goes rigorously embrace or this and then this format of por una vocal fourth day univocal Debbie. So that means that there will be a strong vowel like a o, and a weak bow will e o. So it's a combination of these or one of these two vowels. And then, and the last one is reap Dong goes crazy and restore us and then risks for malloc por una. But he made a vocal David Ionesco debacle for today. So here is the opposite. First, we have a weak vowel, and then we have a strong vowel. Like we may have 0s or we may have ok. So these are three different types of the phones. But what do you have to remember is only gung-ho consisted in Lonian that those vocalists and tsunamis, Massey lava. So is this word, they don't know. It means when there are two vowels in one sea-level. So it could be, one, could be week, one could be strong or strong and weak. Or two week vowels, Ok, the idea here is to learn how to pronounce these type of sea levels. Okay? So remember the dongle when there are two vowels in one sea-level, okay, they are together and they're pronounced together. So let's see three different types. So as I said, Gaussian density, Christianity's homogeneous. Remember Christianity's, It's a week vowel like e, and then a strong vow, Well, like a or. We're going to see examples of all these groups. Don't worry, this is where we're gonna see later. Another example could be or, or where all the grassy and thus decreasing i, o, a, or a o, or o. And homogeneous EU, we, okay, there are only two different types because they're too weak vowels. Ok, so let's see some examples. Read fungus policy and this was an then risks. Remember these two, they are increased. They are ascending, so they have, the first firewall would be weak and the second vowel is strong. For example, IA, As in the word Susa. And as you can see, we cannot say Suseela. We say Susa, the strong at ease on their strong vow. Well, is the second one. Okay, so CEA, yet aura. And we pronounce these together. Data. Yoho, be a home where it needed to also. Okay, good. So remember we don't say Suseela Dn. We say Susa BY a whole quadro V2 also. Ok. What I did is I wrote the word first and then I separated into sea levels. And as you can see, I cannot separate these sea levels. Okay, these two vowels go together. Rees aren't the meanings of the words, the definitions of the words. So you can pause the video now if you want to read or write the meaning of these words, then X one is read Congo's rigorously and risk, or they send Ben breast descending. So they are formed with the strong vowel and then a week vowel. Okay? So it's the opposite of a we saw before. So the first one 0s by ESA, hey, our lab, a net Braille onblur event. For any atom. In the case of these word souvenir, we don't say so venue, we se souvenir. Ok. And as you can see, I separated these words again into sea levels and these two vowels cannot be split. So we say by sacking, by Sanjay, our law. Okay? If you have trouble up, if you have trouble pronouncing these words, what you can do is pronounce each sea level separately and then pronounced the whole word complete. So you can say by SAS, hey, by Sakai. Another difficult warm to pronounce, Maybe it would help bail. So you can pronounce ou, DO bay or a would've bail. Okay. Or Android. And the toys, they yes. So this is another option if you have difficult with the words, you can pronounce them separately, each syllable, and then pronounce them altogether. So let see, these are the definitions of the words. So you can pause the video now if you want to read or write the meaning. And we're gonna move on to the next type of funds. And these are the Mongo's homogeneous. So two week vowels as seen, for example, see you that. See you that. And careful with these words because he's not we that is seal that. Seal that. See you that. Okay. Great. And the next example, weeping boy. Okay. And the last one. So here the why it works or it functions as I, ok, so we say meu, meu, perfect. So let's see the definitions of these words. You can pause the video here. If you want to practice saying these works again. And we're going to move on to the next topic. If you if you have any questions as regards these pronounciation or if you want more examples, you can write a comment below the video and I'll help you with any doubts or any questions you have. So let's move on to the next part. 8. Lesson 3 Hiato Acentual: So in this lesson we're going to learn what are yet those in Spanish. So yet tho, us and stuff for mallow, Bruno vocally, Sarah, E, o, Tanika, that means we deal deck with the accent. Univocal, abiotic. Atana, that means that is not stressed. So there are two types of words. Don't YWCA, that means that is a stressed syllable or vowel. Atana, that means it's unstressed, okay, it's weak. And then yet those simply requires that formula. Bordeaux vocalists abiotic does a o. So this one its form with two open vowels or they are together. Don't worry, we're going to see examples of these two types later in the lesson. So what do you have to remember? It needs all yet low elastic, but assume that those vocalist consequence, thetas and Z 1116 does, you can pour Latane, don't know foreman on deep down law. And this is the main difference. So Dig songs is when we don't know, is when we cannot separate sea level. So when there are two vowels, we cannot separate them. We pronounce them together. And yet though is when we have two vowels, but they can be separated, okay? Sometimes is they have like an accent, sometimes they don't. So we're going to see examples of these two types of yet those now in this lesson. So here we have the different types are sent Girl seemed way. So these are all the combinations that you can find, like IE, ooh, ooh, oh, oh. And actually this is a pastor of the verb OER. Joe. I heard. And then you have other ones like EA, EA E o Hua away. And then you have the simple one. And this is when we have two wells to open vowels together. I seen a, e, all whoo, I, OK. As in the word, for example, we don't say layer or we don't say. We say layer. We pronounce both vowels. Asks us if they were two different vowels. Ok. So we're gonna see the first type. I'm going to show you examples and you're going to repeat the words. And then we'll continue with all the different types of pronounciation. So let's see. So this is a first one, yet though I sent well, so here we have some of the different types we saw. We saw before. And I wrote the, the examples. So let's see. The first one is IEEE. As seen by 0s, mice extract evenly. So if you have problems pronouncing these words, what I recommend is that you split the words into sea level. So you can say ys, ys, x, e, lei in case you have difficulties pronouncing these letter. So this, these three words are examples of the first type, IE. With the next one, we have words like bow. So I pronounced those vowels stronger. At Daoud. I don't say I say bar. Okay. The next one is a and that our three examples. The cafe broke. They Ina. Ok. So I didn't say cafe. I say cafe ina. Ina. Yes. With the next type a whew. I say that and say one day translate. Okay, as you can see, all of them have the lead. The last example is only seen Article II treaties or Edo. The inside part of the year or EDL. You also have the definitions of these words. So you can pause the video now if you want to read the words and the definitions, or maybe if you want to practice saying these words out loud. So take your time. We're going to see more examples of a retro assembly. The more examples of yet grow, ascend, dwell. As in works like a mighty yeah, philo Sofia. In general, the words that end in fee. Here, they take the ascent dot delay. So we say mighty, Yeah, we don't say Maria. We say mighty, yeah, philo, Sophia. Another example is with EA and in words like three and then the other type is E0, as in Rio, berry, although we didn't say very yodel, or we don't say videos, all we say berry, although Another example of this one could be Uncle deal. That's the same with deem that delay on top of each other types who are poor, good whois away, as seen in data to win. And the last one, all Fluor, Bool, Bool. So remember every time you see that a ascent though that delay, you have to stress that word. So here you have the definitions of the words in English. So you can pause the video if you want to read them again, or if you want to write down the meaning of these parts. So pause the video here and take your time to practice saying these words. 9. Lesson 3 Hiato Simple: Yet those seem blip. And remember it is formed with two open vowels together. So I'm going to read the words you are going to repeat after me. And then we're going to continue with other examples. So the first one is doubled. And the first one is, the name is OK. The next one, contra, contra attacking. We don't say we say Goldratt, Jackie, you have to pronounce these to us. You have to pronounce these to ace. The next type is I. In words like, I don't have it. Maestro is not miss me straw or Mr. E's Maestro. The next one is owl in words like cloud Oba. The next one is a, a, a scene. They add throw, Bay Leah. The next one is double a, a in words like crazy. And here as you can see, we never change the pronunciation of the vowels. We never say or, or lead, cred. We say, good air layer. We pronounce each vowel. The next one is A0, ideal. Or seen until Afro-Americans. Oh, I seen poet done outdoors Dima. So we say outdoors, Dima. And the last one, all I seen micron thus Mika on this. And as you can see also the spelling is with double O or a double e, as seen at haired me codon, thus contra attack game. So these are examples of yet though seem blame. Here you have the definitions of the words in English. So you can pause the video if you want to read the definitions in English, or if you want to repeat the words again. 10. Lesson 4 Syllables (part 1): And these lesson, we're gonna learn pronunciation. They see lavas, how to pronounce different sea levels. So we're going to see a few combinations like for example, the sea levels got goal. Also the sea levels, say si, se li tag. Jay Cho to, we're going to see this pronounciation. We're gonna see the pronunciation of the letter F in LA or way GUI. Also. It may re, MEP, vague and resists a rule that you will have to remember. K, p is say, E set day, how we pronounce words that have these two consonants together. So in this lesson we're gonna see the pronunciation of these sea levels. If you have any doubts or any questions, don't forget to write them down below the video lesson and I'll be happy to help you pay close attention. Okay, so the first one, East LA. So I'm gonna pronounce the list or a list of words with these first saleable and then with the next one for you to listen and compare. So we're going to start with a lame hablar. Landow. Louisa. Evenly upgrade path. Biblioteca. Okay. Very good. And now we're the next sea level. Pretty San brain or body Yan De brutal. No. Bruce go poverty. Lieber, dm. And this is something that maybe we would be useful for you to remember. It is that we can never see the pronounciation v, like Vicker's, Vicker's error. It's usually Bay. Belarus. Belarus. Okay. This is something for you to remember. So it's kind of like Bla. Bla. Okay? That's kind of like sound or pronounciation. This is the definitions of the words. So feel free to pause the video and read the words, repeat them. We're going to see the next set. And this one is the first one at gaba atom gaseon. So GSA, Gaylord, atom bottom for next one, goal. Or go to Colombia. And go, oh, and the last one is cool. So we say cuboidal or brighter. Or OCO Bethune base is for definitions of the words. So pause the video here if you want to read them or practice saying the words. Again, we're going to continue with the next set of letters and VCs, say C or C, orange San Shi, It depends on, remember the accent as we've been saying before. So say law. So I sad to say Beauchamp or sable. Yeah. Say Libra. Rules say and this is something that I want you to remember it, especially if you have learned another language like Italian. Duly say, It's never dolce. We, the letter C, as in say, or C, it's never pronounced, is always say. So that's why we say Lola, say those ce, qui ce, or that is say, we never say dual, king, never and the same with C. Whenever, say teen girl, we say single. Ok. So remember these two, we always say, say see, maybe if you're learning from another region, you could say, say see the never. Okay. So worth we see ClO O C. No. Can Faustina. They see my I'll see you guys never Cocina or it's not. Even though it sounds Italian, it's always go Sina. Ok, so again, here you have for definitions of the words. Remember to pause the video if you want to practice saying them again. Or if you want to read the definitions. 11. Lesson 4 Syllables (part 2): Then you set of words, it's LA. So we're going to see examples with the first one. Level. Lavas blown. Bc Glenda. And again, careful here, it's not B2C Letta, it's BC glitter. Okay. The next one is pretty Yoshida or pretty Oh yeah. Dad said, Hey Bush, I criticize product. These are the words we say it's the elite level. Could elijah. Okay, and these are the definitions of the words in case you want to pause the video, repeat the words, or read, or read the definitions. We're gonna go to the next set of sea levels. So these are the five different sea levels chat. To remember that say a CH E soil waste. So we're going to start with the first one, chap jacket that tau, tau by icons. Feet check a data. We check it. Check. But notice we the t, t, t, t less, teak less with the next 122 together. To fed, tocar, to bet and to lead. Okay, so I hope this has been easier for you. And here we have red definitions, her words. Now we have a ticket that Ted Ladd. Pause the video here if you want to practice these words again, or if you want to read or write the definitions, we're going to move on to the next one. So the next one is F. And if the NRA, so again, I went to pronounce the words and then you repeat after me. We're going to start with the first one. Our needs like ringing, right. My an abbreviation of raining, Florida. My name is Florencia, but my nickname east Florida. The next one, flat CDO, flow. So we'd like the next one. Frequent remembering from random. These are the words read fl, or if, if, ora, sorry, and definitions in English. So pause the video right now. We are going to continue reconnect set of words. 12. Lesson 4 Syllables (part 3): So the next thing levels are gay. So every time we have a head would be the same as with E, will always be d. We're going to see examples of these two sea levels are first one is whole getName. Deborah had again, the backdrop. We saw in that. So we never, never, never pronounce the EU separately. When it's without the two dots at the top that the addresses. We always say who get there. We never say. When. We say who get the we never say where. We say OK, the same with the Tara. We don't say wheat, then we say, OK. And these are the definitions of some of the words. And now we're going to see the other two sea levels were we do pronounce the EU and these are Wei Gui. Only when we have these type of spelling, we pronounce the U. And some of the words with these two sea levels are and D with us. And with us. Dealing with ridden say billings, we say billing gray. Edit when NSA rhetoric, when sap and re, re, re, say linguist, pika inguinal, The Last one. Okay. So remember every time you have these, this type of sea-level year pronounced, they you. So being we know linguistic BY lingua. Okay, let's pass on to the next sea levels. And these are a less error. We say bless Yara, global. Blue, pale blue, Ben, agglomerate AS young. So here it's always Gorilla glass JAR, global. Careful with the first one, it's not glass, glass JAR. It's less Seattle. Remember the pronunciation of the CI? It's always seen, it's never xi. So we say Glass yet, not glossier. And the other one is array as in C, S sub i. Good anomia. I've already done. So you can see the difference between the 2 first words. Glass yet? Grass. Yes. Okay. It's a blow-up. Uga. Yes. So this is the difference between these two types of pronounciation. Red are the words, again, the definitions for you to pause the video or you can continue with the next set of sea levels. And these are the next two. Great, right? This is kind of similar to B because they are kind of pronounced similarly, they are bilabial. So we're going to have a look at the first one. Lambda, land brassy on low, mom. Blew up really codon. We don't say plural. We say Blu-ray. Okay. Blend that. There is a at the end, but you have to pronounce some people say plant, but it's blend. Remember, or blend bassoon. That ending is planned doc1, read zi The next set. Pretty sad. A meal. Pretty much. The same idea. For them. These are the definitions of the words. So if you want to pause the video pulsate now, we are going to continue with the next set. And this is the battery. Or the words are but enough. That Kula drum, but Avalon. So burnt out. And we did. We have stored the Navaho that umbra pretty colored, Brenda. And these are the definitions of the words. So you can pause the video here. And if you want to read it or if you want to practice this difference between that in a hey, let's see the next set of sea levels. So the next one is MAB, MBA n v. And this is spelling rule as well. You will never find in the latter era. So in case you are writing something in Spanish on your doubting, remember that the recent spelling rule that it's always emit big M may pay any Ray. Okay, so we're gonna see the first set of syllables. And BC on homebody. I'm bored. Albedo. Okay, so we don't ba and bc on. The next one. I'm Bryanna, bomb for data on product. And the next one, Nvidia in Riyadh. Bn Briney though. So here is Vivian, the needle. So here you have a melodic line that God, Amen. So again, the definitions of the words in English are here. And I recommend that you pause the video and you tried to focus on this pronounciation. Take your time. Don't worry. Pronounce it slowly because here we're just practicing. So take your time now and let's continue with the next set of sea levels. Key pieces, never way, cuz this is always gate keep and you will never find an a or a no or a you, it's always a. Let's see the first examples. It then you are in a song packet. Ricky, T80 mosquito. He'd go here but up at D. So what is good about these is that you also have other letters like Begin New. You have the key habitat, you have the B OR combination. And will again, for definitions of the words, pay close attention to these pronunciation, kx, ky. Remember? Let's see the next one. Let's see the first parts. So as you can see, we don't pronounce the P. We don't say Pepsi Cola or psychiatric. We say C, C gullible, CPS. And the next one would be proud of. So here we've reduced pronounced opera throw. Open data is not change with the C would be octal, and that's a different word. So we say upto data like these type of sound. And the next one is octo. See the difference? If we change the letter, it's a different word. We say, OK, don't act Guassian. But you can pause the video here to practice or to read these words. If you had any trouble pronouncing these sea levels or these combinations, let me know in the comments, how we went or why you find them difficult. And I can help you out with some other words and some other practice. And if it went well, also, leave me a comment in the individual alone so I know if you're making progress, if you're feeling more confident and let me know how you're doing and see you on the next video. 13. Clase 5 Terminación de palabras parte 1: All. On Lesson five, we're going to learn that amino acid on the Apollodorus word ending. We're gonna see the difference and pronounciation of the endings, CIA. Cia and CIA. Sian Xian, Xian. Eva evil. S or if your logo. So we're gonna see how to pronounce their words that ends up like this. And you're gonna get practice. And again, you'll get tons of examples. You can listen to the word, repeat after me, pause the video, take your time, and improve your pronounciation. Let's start with the first with the first set. Cia or it see, yeah, here we have the first set. And many times students mistake these two sea levels. But you have to remember that when there is a delay, when there is that accent there, it has to be pronounced strong. De, la, e, So c, yeah, yeah. Okay. At the difference with other would be let's see, the difference between these two sea levels. So we have the first one is Pharmacia in France. Across, yeah. We don't say Fatima CIA, we say start of mass yep. Infancy at Garcia. On the other on the other side, we have Wolbachia. Can't see. Yeah. I see. Yeah. Okay. So we don't say ababaa CIA. We say ababaa CIA. And that is another one that I didn't write that it's the difference between total words and the past tense of a asset. So we have a CIA. Cia. So the difference would be on the delay on how we pronounce these ending. The last example, poorly CIA, is not for Lisa beads polycythemia. So the last e is pronounced strongly. Bali CEA. Here we have the definitions of the words so you can pause the video if you want to practice saying these to try to be very aware of the hyperpolarization of the different cs. Ok, so tried to practice Pharmacia. Abu ACIA tried to compare them. Okay, let's see the next set of syllables. And these are Sian, Xian, Xiang. So the first example is Transjordan. I've been Xian, Xian Xiang. And the next side we have axion Bei Xian Xiang, Xian. So these will be likes, okay, so he's axion Xian, Xiang, Xian. That's the main difference in the first one you see is I see young. And this is c on the last one, Prince Xian Bei Si on me Sian, LME Sian. And remember, the last one is never been shown, but assume it's Ben Xian Xiang. And again, here we have the definitions of the words. I recommend that you pause the video if you want to practice a in these words. And let's see the next set of syllables. 14. Lesson 5 Word endings : For the next part, we have the endings, EVA evil. So let's see the first examples. They proceed on brain CVA, not be era, the RAM. So this is Eva, okay? And because some of them are adjectives, you can also say evil, as in the case of liberty, coeval, competency, eval, not devo. When one last word, multi run. The next one would be evil. I seen cognitive vivo. They perceivable. Polyval. Cbo, must CBO. Okay? And it's interesting the first word, coconut evil. That's the pronunciation of see in a coconut evil. So you can pause the video here if you want to practice saying these words. Or let's move on to the next entering. That is S or S. In words like grasses. Missouri is believed our this R, k, that is the case. You can also pronounce these words as is cafes or Madras or the goddess. I mean, yes. You can also pronounced the SSID as or you can pronounce behaves as you prefer. The meaning one change, okay? And people will understand if you say f or S. So pause the video here in case you want to read or write down the words and, or to practice. And let's move on to the next ending. And this is low here, logo or low back. So this is always low hea, it's never, it's always, remember that the link. So let's start with some of the words. See, although he narrowed our look here. C called loa loa level of a Bureau Laura. Laura, obese is relaxed ending. Yes. So I recommend that you try to practice a in these two endings. They are all connected to health, desire, Sciences, and also professions. And in general, you'll see that they're pronounced site, logo, logo. Let me know in the comments below how we went or if you have any questions or any doubts. And I'll be there reading your comments. I'll see you on the next lesson. 15. Lesson 6 Tilde (part 1): And listen seeks. We're gonna learn about that stroke that we have on top of the vowels. We're going to learn how to pronounce words that have the lead, I have these type of accent. But we're going to learn the difference between a Strat is the difference between L or L, for difference between AMI or AMI, for the friends between C and C, for difference between grade or K. And the same way the KN TN for difference between FOMO, Cuomo and the next ones, one no one, no border k, order k. So we're going to learn when to say one or the other, how to pronounce them. And I'm going to show you examples. And you're gonna get the practice to pronounce these type of words. So let's get started. So the first one is the difference between ISDA, oyster. So let's have a look at our two examples. We have a person say in wireless McArthur data, malaria. A stack is to collect data. So in this case we don't have that delay, but the first part of the sea level, then the first sea level is pronounced strongly. So we say if there's two Garth Dana, I want to say this is your bag, okay. Or this is your wallet. So we are even though he doesn't have that, the less we are marking or we're pronouncing these stronger, it's best to guard data. Okay? And the meaning of this word here is these. The next one is a scrap assembly lingua Liao. So we're saying these cases a verb. It is very nice is that when Linda Liao style Louise, a scrap Gaza, he's at home, is dying GSA. And here I want to say something that maybe you talk to some people. I sometimes say does when I sometimes do it is that I don't pronounce the is between a and T. And then I could say, sometimes the a's can be aspirated depending on the region or the country where you're from. So when you hear, when you start paying close attention to different types of accents, you'll see that some people like me sometimes I would say, is that his dad or his data in Gaza. But this is a type of pronouncing these these words. Okay? So maybe if you pay attention, you will see that sometimes I do it, sometimes I don't. Okay? But the important thing here is the second C double dot is, okay, and in this case is of r. And the last example, It's a demonstrative pronoun as indifference one. So a stuck offset is the Mia boiler. These house a step outside hernia way LA is stuck on me, is will break I loading which bothers these shirt is theca wouldn't say that I'm ISA. We say is that I'm ISA. Okay. So when the first one I mark the first sea level or I pronounce it stronger because I went to say this, I went to emphasize that this is your wallet is best to grab data. And in the last one I'm just commenting like effect, I'm ISA, these shirts. Okay. And so that's basically the main difference in the past. The first example used to have a delay that, that it's no longer used. Maybe if you're reading a book that it's very old. Or if you come across some times like these board with a D Let, remember that this is outdated now the, I mean, it's not longer used. Okay, we do pronouncing stronger in cases like the first example, but the delay is not rating anymore. So again, you can pause the video here if you want to practice these dialogues, or you can continue with the next part. And VCs or. So basically these two are different types of words. The first one is the pronoun for a number of personnel l, xi, and the second one is the article, the masculine singular article a, n. Ok, so we're going to see examples. So in the first one is we had a Mano holy N. N or cell wherein they load. L is inherently military. So in these cases it's heap. The other side, we have an SRR, Ramos omnia fiesta. So remember that we use the article before a days. So El Salvador, El Domingo L newness, a letter monogamy, muddy though is meconium. Okay, so that's the difference. Do you have to write that delay? Yes. See when needs a pronoun. Yes, when he's not a pronoun, you don't have to write it, okay, and pronunciation will be different as well. Let's see the next one. Ami or Army. Okay. Again, this is different. This is different. It means for me, to me. It means to my, in the second example that the second sea-level me, it's like my, okay, it said it's an adjective, my possessive adjective. Reds iid examples, AMI, Mabel stele there. Like, I like the idea. My removes rarely there are me. Nobody hit on another. They didn't say anything to me. A me nobody kid on another. On the other side. He pretty much low for STI, don't own bravado in a lapel or label still mucho. Okay, so here there is a difference. And remember, basically it will depend on what you wanted to say. So if you have a preposition like, Bother Me, me, me, it has a delay and it's pronounced stronger. If you don't, if you want to say my, MY buddy Mamma, Mia MIGA, It doesn't have it. And it's not pronounced strung. Ok, good. You can pause the video or you can continue with the next set of affords. 16. Lesson 6 Tilde (part 2): Let's continue with the next set of words, and this is C. C. So again, there is a difference between these two words. One means yes, C, and the other means c as seen if ok. So it depends on what you were saying. You would either say c as in yes or C As seen if, let's say the examples. Tina's commit our C. Another question, are less the commodity you see, outlet. You can say, yes, I did see, I've let so here you are affirming. Okay. You are saying, See the other one, we say C acronym ostium book Vamos. Obviously that day, if we have time, we're going to base it. You see dynamo steamboat, Vamos. Obviously dataframe seek yet is whether prosodic Picasa must bear them if you want seek yet s. So this is a difference. So if you don't want to say, see as in yes, you're right, that delay if you want to say if you don't write the delay, okay, and you pronounce c, The other one would be C. Okay. So you can pause the video here. Seagate is, but I bet if you want to repeat this dialogues or let's move on to the next one. And 3Cs. Solo or solo. What's the difference? That's either first one instead of a ha, solo, three faces for semana. And here it means only L brava ha, solo for semana. Solo piano, all cafe. I only want to coffee. So lucky at all, Goffin. Solo, animals or not renewed, sleepless solar than animals on amino doc liberties. So solo, in this case has the lead on top of the o. And we say solo, we pronounce the first syllable stronger. On the other side, we can say rubber ha solo, ultra ha solo in this gauge is an adjective and it means alone. We could say also asap through Baja sola. Okay, the first one, we always say solar. We cannot say solar. We always say solo, as in only, and soloists in alone or sola, the feminine. It doesn't have the delay, and it could be masculine or feminine. And other example, maybe we'll first read a solo basis. I like to be alone sometimes. So my status solo, RSS for cn plus solo. Do you feel lonely? The CMDA solo. So this is the difference between solo as in only solo unseen alone. Again, pause the video if you want to repeat or write down notes. If you don't, let's move on to the next and words. And these are K. Okay, so one, the one with the lead, the one with the accent means what? The one without means that, OK, I needs not pronounced strong. So we say k. K. Okay, let's see the first example. Peaky it is, et cetera. He had oh, you don't see it. I wanted to go to the movie iso Alix have local so halfway. So in the first one, we usually use K for questions. You can only even say k only as in what? On the other side, we have k. A ok. Sorry. Most in casa a VM IS I think that or I believe that today. Okay. And it's not strong. May walks back MUC WHO says, do the NAD alas, I like that my children study languages may boost that gay reasons the main difference between j and k in Spanish. Again, pause the video if you want to write down notes, or if you want to practice these two words, let's move on to the next one. And this is again and again and again. The first one is the question, who? And the other one is the relative pronoun who? Ok, if you have done my other courses, let's say the Athabasca scores or was it the intermediate? I don't remember. But one of them I talked about the relative pronouns and Gn is one of them. So again, with the delays for questions and the other one is a relative pronoun. Whom or who. Lets examples. Can any Heuser who told you that? Mellow the host Sylvia, inkjet MIS Reno, who wants can get it here this way than you? He had a whomever once can get m in this case. Note the leg. He anabolism rental examined is that at this galaxy Godot, whomever speaks or whoever speaks during the exam will be disqualified. Key and Abdullah. Ok, in this case, note the length we don't have at the inlet and we don't pronounce a strong. So again, you can pause the video here if you want, if you want to write down notes are pronounced. These two words. 17. Lesson 6 Tilde (part 3): In this part, we're gonna talk about the difference between common coma. So one is how, the first one is Como, how, and then x 1is goal more I seen like, OK, so let's see the examples. We're going to start with the first one, comedies dramas or comedy dramas. Next, when e is not going to be a project, boom, like how? So? Comma. And as you can see, we have exclamations and question marks. So these would be go mall or go mall. You didn't finish. And another question, common law, psychodrama. Whoa, how do you go to your job convalescent to grab? I hope. So. These are all how the next one would be like. Less area is commonly become less Sadia is commonly widow. No. Stress the levels here less Eddie is Kumar libitum. Will then Yamasaki EMBL fuimos our understanding. In this case it would be because we had time, 10am, ostium bulk, flee most own rest. Our Dante. Is that Kwame, that is these food or these Meli's like the Taiwan is lambda. So this is the difference between como and pull mom. Okay? Again, you can pause the video if you want to repeat and read these again. And let's see the next set of words. So 3Cs though, Mitt Romney. So the first one you sit question where, okay? And we only use it for questions though. The next one is where as a relative pronoun, Okay, where I leave than the vivo. Yes. So that's the main difference is in the other one that we saw it was again, it's the same or K. Yes, so Von days, another one, it's a relative pronoun. So the first question would be then the view into pretty mouse. Where do your cousins lives leave than they've even do's pretty most. One. Tell us what kind of sin phronimos will negotiate on whatever you want. Where do we seat them? Venison demos though Nikki it on whatever you want, okay. In this case is not stressed on the potentiation is not strong as, as well. So we say don't De Dong De, that's the main difference between them. And that's the main difference. So let's go on with the next one. The next example, VC today most employer law though Nina, CEO, maybe subway law, will visit the town where my great grandmother was born. Vc dynamos in Pueblo lawn deafness, Yomi abuela, ok, in this case, is a relative pronoun to. And if you want to know more about relative pronouns, I talk about them. It's my advanced course. I checked and it's on my advanced scores. I explained about relative pronouns. In case you want to have a look at those. If you want to know more about relative pronouns, is a Corso around salad they spawn. Yeah, let's see the next set of words. And we have one, no, one, no, it's the same one though with a tail then it means it where? It, sorry, when I see a question, one though is a relative pronoun. When is the same as the given game. The first one would be one voice, the companions, when is your birthday? One voice to comply and use. One of the less IU to the rec RC Uranus. Resemble one Bottega casa or the YAML. One lot yogic ASA, I'll call you when I get home. So you can see the difference between these two. The first one you said question when one though, and the other one is the relative pronoun one though. And it doesn't have the delay or the accent. One was brilliant. Kasa, reboot, stellar. When I am at home, I like reading one historian, casa, maybe we'll sell it. So again, this is a difference between these two words. And we're going to see the last one, readies 4K protocol. So Broglie, you have seen these. The first one means Y and the other one we means because, so for k, it's all When it's always in a question. And the next one is always together in the answer, Baraka, because let's see the questions. But please do yes. Espanol Borges To yes. Okay. Or as in Y for gay? For no free Stella Santa. Why didn't you go to dinner or kind of we still a center. Two and so we would say, is Bool years perennial border Grammy will stand up with Dora, board caribou Stella altogether, or watercress. Java can sada because there was tired, bored, Gustavo can solder. So as you can see, the first one is born and the other on the other one is for gay. And he's not stress is not like separated as well. So this is a difference between the words that have the lit and the words that do not have. If you have any doubts, go back to the video, to the other video lessons and watch them again, repeat them again, read them again. Or you can write comments individually, essence below. If you have any doubts or if you want to ask me anything. Okay? So I'll see you on the next video lesson. 18. Lesson 7 Intonation: Alveolus and number nine, we're going to learn about Indonesian intonation in Spanish. So we're going to focus on what I see on is a freedom like me buzz or a CNS mega bps. But it will impress me. Exclamation is, so we're going to focus on affirmative, negative questions and exclamations in Spanish. And I'm gonna teach you how to pronounce these questions or these exclamations in Spanish and you're gonna get practice. So let's start. We're going to start with the oldest Yunus. I feed my DeVos and I'm going to read sentences. And then you're gonna repeat after me. I'm going to leave a few seconds for you to repeat. So let's see the first one. Less checkers, son, pre-Columbian. I underlined the words or the sea levels that should be pronounced strong, stronger, so less Tlk as Sun, the Columbia Law Santa is Bradley's rap, is proudly no. Boy, ALH Ignacio praise races for semana. So as you can see, that our note like really highs and lows is just boil human SEO prefaces for semana symbol. Ok. Here, what you can do is you can pause the video if you want to repeat these phrases, or you can move them to the next one. And these are artists Yunus made up the rest. So this is the next part. Plus tq us. No song, the Columbia Glossina noise, Paulista noise, Palin, Novaya, human SEO, pretty faces for semana. So what it's very simple about Spanish is that No makes the sentence negative or in the negative form, and it's usually pronounced stronger. So noise staling, Okay, Noble yell, human SEO. Yes. So no should be pronounced stronger. And again, there are no big highs and lows, it's just less seekers know sunday Columbia. So these are Cortes Yunus, negative s. You can pause the video here to read the sentences, or let's move forward with the questions, but it will impress. Oh, here I wrote a few heroes and I hope they are unclear. You can see how the intonation goes up. Okay. Let's take a Sunday. Columbia established Alesina is telling no escargot. Bar k i, those signals epidemic that live event one meter. One does basis for semana, vassal HE Ignacio. So as you can see, we start with, we pronounce some of the syllables stronger as in the case of cheap gas, gay than the one thus. Okay, and then we go up. So let's see, the second one established Alesina. So as daily Stella Senna, and it keeps on going up. Those are questions in Spanish. So you can pause the video here if you want to repeat, or we can move on to the next one. But r x glamorous Uranus. So we say is telling. It's telling though it's kind of like we start, let's say hi and then we go down and up and down. So we say Estelle, though there is a yes in the middle. Another one could be get a moss saw one. The hidden there. Kate God or camo, CNN, they're Kenya. Okay. Indicates of EmOC Ananda, we would say game or C or none. None is pronounced stronger and because it's a long word, you would be a more CNN day. It goes up and down. Okay. So you can pause the video here, go back to the sentences, repeat them, and tried to use them like, I know what the beginning, it may sound a bit odd or you sound, you already exaggerating, but that's the best way to incorporate all these different intonations. And then when you speak Spanish, it will be more natural, Okay, so at the beginning, you can try to exaggerate when you're practicing and then when you say it. Because I don't know, you may be nervous or you may be thinking of, I don't know, grammar or something else. Your intonation 1B as much as when your practice. So asked my experience because that's what I used to do. I used to exaggerate when I was using the exclamations or the intonation for questions, and then it became more natural for me. I recommend you to their same because at least I saw that that worked for me. So I know it sounds a bit weird or a big fake. But when you say like for real, this is what we say in Spanish. Like, I would definitely say caramel saw. Definitely, I would say that or I would definitely say Kenya. Yes. And my intonation would, would go up and down. But I do it unconsciously. And that's what I want you to do. To say it in the right way without thinking. So let's practice these. Take your time and do their practice. 19. Lesson 8 Practise Words: Then we get to the end. And these lesson, we're gonna practice vamos a practica. So here are a few instructions for you to follow. So first, a scooter, listen. So I'm going to read a few words and tried to repeat after me. And then I'm going to read a longer text and the ideas that you listen carefully to the pronounciation and then you read out loud. This is most important to read and repeat out loud. You can pause the video to read or to write down words, Bao Sell video. So if you want to know the translation of the text, you can check it in on the Workbook, ok, you can download the PDF and check the translation of the text. And Roma go gamble, Take your time. Yes, don't do it in a rush to just take your time. Tried to understand, tried to be aware of your pronunciation and your accent. Okay, this is the idea of these practices that you make improvements, that you make progress, but you are aware and that you learn pronunciation. So take your time and practice. The first practice will be to say these boards. And the idea here is to pronounce the sea levels and the letters correctly. So the first part of this practice will be to listen to the words and repeat, Okay, so I'm gonna say the words and you repeat after me. So we're going to start with the first set of sea levels would be i. O. So I'm going to say the first words. I add. Diane. I don't have a coulda outta. The next part will be a, A0, A0. So these are the combinations of the Bible. We, okay, so let's see the words. Frayed. Mireille, ideal, L-dopa. So here I chose these words, some of them you already know because of the previous lessons. And pay attention to the last two. It would OPO, okay? And also pay attention to the different consonants like the or F or frayed. Frayed. Okay, let's see the next set of vowels. Yeah. Io. In Austria. Lim, Beata, Emilia, NSA, rap. Yep. Middle yellow. Can Leo. Pretty yo. So now you know about the accent. Remember we didn't say Industria. We say Industria. Okay, so pay attention to those words. And yellow, the hate is not pronounced, is not hello, it's yellow. Okay. And remember the word Gideon said, it could be, could Yan NSA or pretty young. Okay. And the last set of words recur Burwell, whole Ola, plaza or yeah, boy, boy, boy. So these are the words for you to practice saying these vowels together. Here is red definitions of the words. If you want to pause the video, pause it now to read the words or to repeat these words again, because we're going to see the next set to practice. Okay, these are the vowels we will see. Swans are very wide. Waste some wave will express. So remember whistle, whistle, whistle. And then remember swap are very wide level. Okay, let's see the next set of words. Probably WA, WA, 01, but I had a woman bottom. Prelude, garden. Pray the product. But over. Solo, Hiroko. Oh, great atom. But remember here you can say solo or solo Hiroko, okay? And remember to be very aware of the devil vowel pronounciation. If it's the same, you pronounce the same. Brady data. Okay? So this is a definition of the words for definitions of the words. So if you want, you can pause the video here to read the definitions of the words or to practice saying these words again. 20. Lesson 8 Reading a Text: In this part of the lesson, we're going to practice a longer text. So what I recommend is that you listen to these reading and then that you pause the video to read after, okay, pay attention to the pronunciation and take your time. Don't read it fast, but do read it out loud. Ok, so I'm gonna start with the first one. And when these parts of the lesson, this part of the lesson we're going to practice and longer text. These texts. It's about a sinusitis. So I'm gonna read the first paragraph. And what you can do is pause the video to read it out loud after me, and then I'm going to read the next paragraph. And you do the same. You read you pause the video, you read out loud and you repeat the words. Okay. So I'm going to start with the first polygraph field. They witness YOU that goes mobile Lita, this cool breed, less you that there were no scientists whether converted in Nunavut, in Judah, a beaker as para los via heroes must expect those. You can pause the video here. Isu net new men sat, we colored either give this border that out of the board, suffering coldness or net explosions simultaneously. They bang worthy itera VC on board on this. So again, pause the video here and also take your time. Don't brush. Remember, the idea here is that you practice pronounciation and that you read out loud to us many times as you want. Don't worry about the meaning of all the words. If you have the workbook that PDF, you can read the translation into English there, but don't worry about understanding all of the words. Okay. Let's see the next part. And when I read this paragraph, and then you can pause the video again. Thus, the total global CSR can pair of events. Yeah, he said the'd laplacian del Tango and a numerical ID origin, gonna settle caches, giving it an asset at grandes artist test, ELDs, they'll Day outro senior, length den savvy than October, MNA, LUMO sales, ECT AS emblematically dilemma metropolis. And we'll see that como la parties, the America is that interlock Christina's touristic goals must popularised del mondo. If he would stop. Vs, they'll ask you, ladies, must photography does. So again, you can pause the video here. Lego Sina, real, real ylab, ladder, DNA license. Yet there you're seeing Mirantis capable sinusitis in NCBI. Sinewave it yet because you don't elemental contrast status. The Spaniards Italia, alumina, Nuevo. So small, length, gravely cosin and Lena. They loose basis limiter office. Unlike up Itala hint Mina law N80 is Nuevo Dia ls you say noumena consume those that are thought on this. He sues me the virus, Ebola virus. You can pause the video here. Well, that S San Salvador, suicidal are cool. I will show in vivo a set of guided them cafe my lovely, definitely hell Segal the scene wherever it, by ladder in umami longer alread model since while Tango somebody law courses, they later they collect silent the cocktail area they lost varies. E bilateral drink milk at the Plaza as the ghetto spareness B. Then on this console. For these, I took it from goodies muddled when a site is.gov dot r. But you can also, of course, you can find this ad text on these websites. And you can pause the video here and, or you can go back to the other ratings in order to practice reading out loud. You don't have to read it fast. You have to take your time and just concentrate on pronounciation. And let me know in the comments below, how did he go? It was a difficult was it easy? Good to understand. Can you see your progress? Let me know in the comments below how this practice went. 21. Create and Share your Project!: So when you get to less than eight reading a text, you will hear the text and then you will have some time to practice. You can always pause the video if you want to repeat, or you can go back and start listening again. So once you finish the course, you have to scroll down and you'll get to project description. Yeah, don't forget to download that PDF. If you click on the apple desk pronunciation, you will go to these PDF. And here you will get all the practice, all the contents of the course. If you go to the last pages, you will see the practice. But it's on less than eight. You always have these prototypes in order to get more out of this course or make the most of it. And then you have the reading text. This is a text that I read on the video and then the one that you can practice. And you also have the English translation. What you can do is you can either print this out or you can download it on a PDF format. And you have to click here on, say, once you've done that, read the project description here. So when you finish the course, you have to choose one of the services below. You can either choose moon or Volcker Rule. So you have to listen the reading from less than a to read it out loud. You have to practice. Once you have done that, you click here on Volcker Rule. You click on play. On your record that video. You'll record your reading practice. When you finish. You copy this link. Because this is the link of your audio. You'd go back to skill share. You click on create a project. I'm here. And here, what do you have to do is you can you have to write a project title. Year could be reading, practice. And you can say you can say the tumbled floored me. Is me. Yes, prize money productively got little-known CSER. We can write this in English or in Chinese. Then you can leave a comment on the course. Or if you have any questions ready one week, one, sorry. And then you have to say, here's the link. And you copy the link for me to check it out. We can also say in Spanish, like me as fat, milling or neat endlessly. But once you've done that, you can also upload a photo if you want to. Let's say I'm going to upload this one here. So you can also upload oh, if you want to, if you don't want to, you don't have to. So once you've done that, you've shared your audio, then the link of your audio. Once you've done that, you just click here on publish. And you created your, um, you've created your projects, your project should appear here. So that's what you have to do. If you have any questions, please reach out to me and I'll be happy to help you. I can't wait to hear all your all your audience and all your practice as see you soon. 22. Lesson 9 Next Steps: Yes, see wavy and we got to the end. So in these Spanish pronunciation course, we learned about accents in Spanish dialects. Re-read the alphabet, vowels and consonants. How could pronounce sea levels? Relearned, what reap fonts are, intonation, difficult pronounciation, and you've got practice. So we did all of these things in this course. That was a lot well done, very good. Moynihan or fake bill. I want you to tell me and to let me know about you. What did you learn in these Pronunciation course? What was the theme for it was an obstacle and you overcame. It, was something that you always struggle with and you kinda understood or you learned about it. So tell me what was the one thing that you overcame in this course or read the scores? What is the one thing? Read your strength steels struggling with is that and pronunciation of a specific sea level, is it a letter that you have a hard time pronouncing? Let me know in the comments below. And these you repeat the words and do the practice. Be honest and let me know if their practice when well and if you can see your own progress, if you feel more confident, if you kind of like, understood. And then next time you use spoke Spanish, she felt like, yeah, this is easier now. So let me know in the comments below how it went and let me know your thoughts, your thoughts, or your doubts. Tell me all about it in the comments below the video. So have a look at these questions and tell me your experience. Then next steps. So what is that you have to do after these courses over? So what I recommend is that you listen to different accents. As I said before, they are videos, interviews, movies, TV, serious music podcasts. Tried to listen to different accents, tried to be aware of the richness of the language in terms of accidents and dialects that are so many things nowadays, if you like cooking TV shows, you can find them. Search YouTube or big platforms, video platforms. For movies, TVC areas, listened to music. So tried to find music from different countries. So you will be able to listen to the accent. Practice conversation. Definitely. If you have a spanish teacher practice with him or her and asked her like four feet back and say, how would you pronounce this word or what are other ways of pronouncing these quantities this correct the way I pronounce. So ask for feedback. If you have a language partner, also practice conversation and always ask for correction and ask for repetition and explanations. Okay? Another thing you can do, read out loud. Definitely read out loud following the pronunciation rules, the articles, you can read a short stories that are so many things that you can read any Doesn't have to be too long. You can just read one paragraph. If you have Spanish lessons, you can ask if you can read a text or if we are reading a short story. If you have a more advanced level, you can read a few paragraphs out loud to yourself. Be aware of how you pronounce the words. That's something that definitely helped me when I was learning English. So read out loud as much as you can. 2s1 accent, we talked about these before, so 2s1 accent, You want to muster and practice that one. Let say you are interested in the Colombian accent, or the Spanish from Spain, or the Spanish from Mexico. So 2s1, if you want and focus on that specific accent that you want to master, that you want to imitate, okay? And that's another thing that you can do in order to continue improving or learning about pronounciation. So these are my recommendations. If you have any other, you can leave them in the comments below with something that was helpful for you. Feel free to write it or have any questions or doubts, leave them in the comments below, as I always say. And I also would love to read it to get your feedback on the course too. If you have any suggestions or if there are things that you like and you want to share with me, I'd love to hear from you. So feel free to write in the comments below, and I'll see you on the next courses. And keeping proving your Spanish, you can do this.