Saturday, October 17, 2009

Not all letters are created equal

There are some letters in the Spanish language that aren't just one letter. Two letters in the Spanish alphabet actually have "two" letters if you're a native English speaker who's never been exposed to Spanish.

  • The letter "ch" is pronounced the same as in English
  • The letter "ll" is y as in yuck
  • The letter "rr" is a trilled sound; this sounds like a motorcycle revving up. If this is hard for you, you’re not alone! Just keep trying and you’ll get it.

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