I know there is many elglish to spanish translators but im good with that, i need to know how to pronounce the words so i know how to speak them. If you can, find a translator the pronounces the words and is free and online. THANKYOU! It will come in handy because next year i will be going into spanish.Hi, Does anyone know a english-spanish translator online that also pronounces the words for you?
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In Spanish, one letter makes one sound and only one sound, with the exception of the letter C and the letter G. Here's how it goes, with the english letter on the left.
a - ah
b - b
c - s, k
d - d
e - eh
f - f
g - g, h sometimes
h - silent
i - ee
j - like an H in English
k - k
l - l, but two L's like "ll" make a Y sound
m - m
n - n
o - oh
p - p
q - k
r - r, two R's make a sound like you're rolling your tongue
s - s
t - t
u - oo
v - like a soft B sound, don't actually pronounce it like a V in English
w - w
x - this isn't used often, but it's pronounced like an H in English
y - ee
z - z
Sometimes you'll see an N with a little squiggle over it like 帽, the squiggle is a tilde (pronounced TILL-deh). The squiggle means you put a NYA sound, like in the Spanish word a帽o. You pronounce it AHN-yo.
That's about it. The basics of Spanish pronunciation.Hi, Does anyone know a english-spanish translator online that also pronounces the words for you?
Enter a word and click on the horn thing. You can use it or english and spanish.
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well once you're in spanish you will probably learn how to pronounce different things, so i wouldn't worry about it. unless you need it now, then i have no idea.
but good luck with that one.