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01-004- El Alfabeto / The Alphabet

Posted by Señor Jordan on Sep 22, 2008 in basics, year 1 |

Here’s the alfabeto in Spanish.  Notice there are a few extra letters.

here’s an updated video with some updates on letter pronunciation:

Hope this was helpful.  Feel free to leave comments and/or questions.  ¡Adiós!

Pronunciation key:
Aa – a
Bb – be
Cc – ce
CHch
– che
Dd – de
Ee – e
Ff – efe
Gg
– ge
Hh – hache
Ii – i
Jj – jota
Kk – ka
Ll – ele
LLll – elle
Mm – eme
Nn – ene
Ññ – eñe
Oo – o
Pp – pe
Qq – cu
Rr – ere
RRrr – erre
Ss – ese
Tt – te
Uu – u
Vv – ve
Ww – doble uve (doble u / uve doble)
Xx – equis
Yy –
ye (i griega)
Zz –
zeta

*CH, LL and RR aren’t letters.  Watch the second video and I explain it a little better. 🙂

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26 Comments

Alfredo
Dec 30, 2008 at 3:25 pm

Mi señor Jordán:

Yo se que a la v le decimos uve, be chica o be corta. Be es la B, la segunda letra del alfabeto. Solo en la tele dicen “te be” cuando se refieren al canal de la televisión o cuando quieren decir tv.


 
Señor Jordan
Dec 30, 2008 at 3:55 pm

Gracias. Me di cuenta que este video será re-hecho porque hay muchos errores y dudas por parte de mis colaboradores hispanos cibernéticos (como Usted). Lo chistoso es que así me enseñaron el abecedario en una escuela gringa. ¡Qué horrible! ¿verdad? Lo aprendí mal.


 
Alfredo
Dec 30, 2008 at 10:01 pm

De nada mi amigo, me ha gustado mucho sus vides y los recomendaré a mis anglohablantes que les gusta la lengua española.
Entiendo lo que me dices que aprendiste en EE UU. Mi sobrino hoy día está en una clase que se llama “Relieve”. Creo que quieren decir “topografía”, jamás de los jamases he escuchado a alguien decir clase de relieve. Solo los mapas se que tienen relieves. En fin, luego aprende uno de sus errores. Un buen libro con un “tumbaburros” (diccionario) al lado, siempre ayudan mucho.

Saludos.


 
Fatima
Nov 11, 2009 at 2:57 pm

Hola! Thank You for the very very HELPFUL video’s, I am able to follow along and comprehend what I’ve learned……Keep up the GOOD WORK!!!


 
Steve Lewis
Jun 12, 2010 at 8:49 pm

Jordan, you are amazing. I’ve been studying spanish for approximately 4 months at home. I’m always looking for good instruction. I am very impressed with your work. Thank you much… you are very helpful.


 
dana
Jul 2, 2010 at 9:33 am

hola sr jordan….i just wanted to let u know how great and helpfull you were i thank you from the bottom of my heart you can’t imagine how much your videos have helped me and now i speak arabic ( mother tounge) english and a bit spanish …gracias


 
esther
Sep 18, 2010 at 9:18 am

hi senor!

I noticed in your comment above you wrote “porque”, whats the difference between that and “porqué”…I used a translator and the first one means “because” and the latter “why”…I’m kinda confused, do they have different pronounciation or does that one word have two meanings?
muchas graciassssss 🙂


 
Mila
Oct 16, 2010 at 10:31 pm

Sr. Jordan,

Thank you so very much for your videos. They have been so helpful and wonderful. I have truly prayed for a tutor who could take it very slow with me; and you have done just that. I really aprreciate all of the time and effort you have put on making this videos free for the public, as well as enjoyable for your viewers to learn spanish. May God bless you!


 
Swarup Santra
Oct 25, 2010 at 3:42 am

! Hola ! senor Jorad,
El alfabeto is good enough to learn el alfabeto en Espanol. Your video also helps us the pronunciation of el alfabeto. Gracias.
Only thing I want to mention here that I need a little bit more attention in case of “G”.

! Adios !


 
Swarup Santra
Oct 25, 2010 at 3:52 am

Hola ! Sr. Jordan,
related to my above question…….
is “G” is pronounced as “H” (hard, from throat), or
“KH” (hard, from throat), or other way .
Gracias.


 
youssou
Dec 8, 2010 at 5:37 pm

Hi Mr. Jordan,

I found some useful tips regarding the pronunciation of “b/v” and “d” on the following website:

http://www.thespanishblog.com/2010/10/spanish-pronunciation-course.html

Love your lessons!


 
Lucila
Mar 7, 2011 at 6:04 am

Hola Sr Jordan,

Felicitaciones por su página y los videos fantásticos que además son super útiles! Usted hace que se aprenda fácilmente.

Sería buenisimo que enmendara este video con las reformas se han hecho al alfabeto español; por ejemplo: la CH y la LL ya no existen y la Y ahora se llamam ‘ye’ y no i griega.

Muchas gracias
Lucila Clarkson


 
Nicoleta
Mar 26, 2011 at 12:46 am

thank you mister Jordan for your video lesons…i look at you and i see a simple,happy person,i like simple people and you eaxplane those lessons veri simple ,that people can undesrtand very well… i like very much spanish langiuage and when i finded your website i was very happy bcs you help me very much…its very easy cs spanish its little like romanian language ,my native language


 
charlie
Mar 28, 2011 at 8:49 pm

hola amigo me gustan tus clases, yo considero que son muy útiles para las personas que están aprendiendo español. en el abecedario español la “CH” ya no existe mas. ya la eliminaron porque C y H juntas forman CH. esa es la razón porque ya no tenemos en nuestro abecedario la letra CH. gracias por tus video son muy buenos y tu pronunciación es muy buena!


 
Jakub
Apr 14, 2011 at 1:41 am

Thank You Mr Jordan, I came across your videos on youtube by accident but definitely I’m gonna run through all of them and really put my efforts to learn Spanish. You’re doing great job by teaching us – greetings from Poland.


 
Dave
Jan 27, 2012 at 8:45 am

I have been trying, off & on for many years to learn Spanish without much success. I have a mental block (temporary I hope) that slows my learning of the Spanish Language. Your videos are great and I find I can replay them 10, 20 30 times of more without getting bored! & it takes that long for me to “get it”! Your presentations are great because they are relaxed, focused (one topic at t time), and you repeat things is different ways, which helps reinforce the lesson. I especially liked the spelling to practice the alphabet. Thank you for your efforts!


 
Larry
Sep 16, 2012 at 11:53 am

Thank you for providing this resource. I have taken all five levels of Rosetta Stone, but still have difficulty with verb conjugation. Your lessons are helpful. The links to other sites is also appreciated.


 
Emma
Oct 6, 2012 at 9:01 am

Hola!
Thanks so much!


 
Oh
Nov 26, 2012 at 7:43 am

Hi teacher … why i hear ” Ya ” in Como te llamas? but I hear ” La” in llama in sentence Como se dice llama en espanol? please correct me


 
Oh
Nov 26, 2012 at 7:45 am

😛 ok I got it by myself ^^” always be like this.
the first in english and then en espanol 😀


 
Dr.Ghada Elnimr
Jan 1, 2013 at 4:10 pm

I am Egyptian. I will travel to spain next March for two weeks vacation. Your videos are of great help to me giving me the basics of spanish language…. Thanks a lot..


 
Jose
Jan 4, 2013 at 11:49 am

Excelente trabajo!!! vi el video en el que sales con la camisa y explicas el Alfabeto esta muy bueno….pero quisiera saber algo sobre la “Z” pienso que se escribe “ceta” y no “zeta” pues no conozco ninguna otra palabra que tenga la silaba “ze” en español.
Saludos y sigue adelante!


 
Maxwell
Jan 29, 2013 at 10:14 pm

Your videos are better than anything I have purchased! Thank you for creating them!


 
Destinee
Feb 17, 2015 at 11:54 am

I love you videos & they helped my class with their Spanish speaking // Thank you!


 
Christy
Aug 24, 2015 at 3:42 pm

Thanks for the helpful information!


 
Rachel
Sep 9, 2015 at 2:32 pm

super servicial gracias soo mucho, creo que me voy a ace mi prueba!!!


 

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