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Greetings in Spanish
The Spanish alphabet very much like ours, with a few extra sounds.
Ch- pronounced like our ch, as in Chicken G- followed by an 'e' or an 'i' will make an 'h' sound G-followed by an 'o' or an 'a' makes a hard sound like the word 'Gorilla' H- is silent- so, the word hotel will be pronounced like this -'otel' Just don't spell it this way! Z- pronounced like the letter 's' ñ- sounds like canyon or bunyon
The following combination of letters make the following sounds. qu- make a 'ku' sound que-pronounce like 'ke' ai- pronounce like -ay in 'say' J- sounds like our 'h', as in Juan rr- roll your r's v- as in Victor b- bonita
Remember to pronounce every syllable.
Hola- hello, hi (informal greeting)
Buenos días- Good morning
Buenas tardes-Good afternoon/evening (12pm-7pm)
Buenas noches- Good night ( when you're taking leave of someone, or retiring for the night) Notice that of the 3 greetings only Buenos días (has an 'os' ending)