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Alphabet in Spanish [Audio Pronunciation]

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What is the 27th letter in the Spanish alphabet?

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At first glance, it may not seem like an important question: 

What is the alphabet in Spanish? 

After all, you've learned your basic ABCs in Spanish and maybe even some of the additional words you learned in school, but if you can't identify the individual letters of the alphabet, how do you learn to speak Spanish fluently? 

The alphabet in Spanish is made up of the alphabet letters, and each of the letters has a sound that corresponds to it. You can see that learning the complete alphabet in Spanish is very similar to learning your native language, which is why so many people strive to master the Spanish language as quickly as possible.

It is certainly true that there are many letters in the Spanish alphabet. But this doesn't mean you have to worry that you're not making any progress. There are 27 letters in the Spanish alphabet, and this number is generally the same no matter which alphabet you are learning. 

  • Spanish Alphabet Pronunciation | List of Spanish Alphabet letters and sounds

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Is Ñ part of the Spanish alphabet?

Yes. The exception from other alphabets is that there is one new letter, ñ in Spanish. 

You may be wondering how difficult it is to learn this variety of Spanish alphabet pronunciation. The great news is that it is relatively easy to get the hang of it, once you have been given the right tools.

If you are trying to learn the Spanish alphabet by ear, you will need to pay attention to the way each letter sounds. Listening to audio recordings of native speakers will help you with it. This will allow you to get a good grasp of pronunciation. 
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