How to improve pronunciation in Spanish free e-book: "23 sounds of Spanish" alphabet, with audio, exercises and comparisons between English and Spanish sounds.

Want to improve your Spanish pronunciation and reduce your accent?

Discover how to pronounce the basic sounds of Spanish, improve your speaking skills and sound more natural.

You don't need a B2 to speak Spanish fluently

Whoever says the opposite, lies.

They’ll sell you the idea that you need to improve your level of Spanish before you can understand and speak confidently.

You’ll waste a crazy amount of time and energy learning grammar structures that won’t make into action. You’ll learn lots of vocabulary, thinking that’s what you need to speak Spanish fluently, with confidence.

And I wonder what do you want a B2 level of Spanish for, if you aren’t able to have a conversation with a native speaker or to pronounce clearly words from A1 level?

You are good at reading and writing; maybe you’re even able to speak fast. But you don’t speak clearly and people don’t always understand you. That means that your problem isn’t a lack of vocabulary or grammar but a real problem of pronunciation and accent.

A present for you

A correct pronunciation leads you to speak fluently and it encourages your other communication skills automatically, such as comprehension and writing. 

An average English speaker has around 14 broken sounds when speaking Spanish -this means that you probably mispronounce 1 out of every 3 sounds you say.

“23 sounds of Spanish” is a basic guide in English that contains the foundations of Spanish pronunciation. A vital guide if you want to be understood.

The Pronunciation GUIDE

  • Specially tailored for English speakers.
  • Explains the mouth positions for each sound.
  • Exercises to put into practise what you've learned and the answers.
  • Includes audio files and images.
  • Downloadable in PDF file.

Do you want to fix your broken sounds, speak Spanish naturally and with more confidence? Now the guide is 100% FREE.

¡Hola!

I’m Blanca Quintero and I help demanding English speakers who want to improve their Spanish pronunciation and reduce their accent, in order to speak Spanish fluently, clearly and with confidence -even if they don’t have much time or an advanced level of Spanish.

I’m restless, I love food and enjoy travelling.

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How to pronounce the Spanish vowels, that are different from English vowels

Step 2. How to pronounce the Spanish vowels

Tips and tricks to master the Spanish vowels + avoid common pronunciation errors Did you know that almost half of the sounds we pronounce when speaking Spanish are vowels? In Spanish, vowels are the most important part of a word.

Spanish diphthongs and triphthongs

Step 2.1 Spanish Diphthongs & Triphthongs – with examples

How to recognize and pronounce Spanish Diphthongs & Triphthongs – with examples Diphthong, triphthong, hiatus… These strange words sound complicated. Why are they so important? Why do you think you need to know how to recognize them? Actually, you don’t need it; unless you want to pronounce Spanish correctly, of course!

How to pronounce the letter of the Spanish alphabet like a native speaker words in Castillian Spanish

Step 1. How to pronounce the alphabet

The Spanish alphabet:  27 letters, 5 vowels, 33 sounds. Tips to pronounce each letter like a native. You might have heard that, in Spanish, we pronounce the words as they’re written. It’s not true. Some people may disagree and say “Spanish is a phonetic language” -and it is. However, less than half of the letters of the Spanish alphabet are pronounced the way they’re written.

The Blog

Some posts to improve your Spanish pronunciation