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When starting to learn Spanish, it is imperative to learn the Spanish pronunciation in a way it becomes second nature. There is no more important step to you as a beginner. I have seen too many intermediate or even advanced students who have neglected this step.

Quot linguas calles, tot homines vales. (You are worth as many people as the languages that you speak. – Latin Proverb).Mind this proverb is in Latin language, not in Spanish.

The benefits of mastering Spanish pronunciation are immense and a keystone to keeping you motivated on your journey to learning the Spanish language. Once you have learned Spanish pronunciation cold, you will get a feeling of gratification every time you manage to put it to use correctly.

On the contrary if you don’t you’ll just feel miserable, just as if you were not making progress in your attempt to master the language. Therefore the very first skill is to familiarise yourself with the Spanish Pronunciation Key:

  • Spanish Pronunciation Key and Alphabet Key

Once you are familiar with the Pronunciation key then apply yourself to learn it cold as this is something you’ll use no less than every single time you speak Spanish. No kidding, kids are just those who haven’t learnt it cold yet.

Now let’s say you’ve successfully mastered this essential step. What else would you need to do on a regular basis? Well at least at a job interview you’ll need to greet someone and introduce yourself at some point. The following section presents different approaches to help you deal with the very first encounters with someone.

  • 6 Simple Ways of Greeting and 3 Simple Ways of Saying Good-bye in Spanish
  • 4 Formal and Informal Ways of Greeting Someone you Meet
  • 3 Simple Ways of Introducing Yourself and 7 Simple Ways of Acknowledging in Spanish