Spanish (español)

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How Long Does it Take to Learn Spanish?

Spanish is rated as a category 1 language by the Foreign Service Institute. It is considered very easy for English speakers to learn and takes an average of 24 weeks (or 600 class hours) to gain professional working proficiency.

Spanish Alphabet & Pronunciation

A a
(a)
[a]
B b
(be)
[b]
C c
(ce)
[k,θ]
D d
(de)
[d]
E e
(e)
[e]
F f
(efe)
[f]
G g
(ge)
[ɡ]
H h
(hache)
[silent]
I i
(i)
[i]
J j
(jota)
[x]
K k
(ka)
[k]
L l
(ele)
[l]
M m
(eme)
[m]
N n
(ene)
[n]
Ñ ñ
(eñe)
[ɲ]
O o
(o)
[o]
P p
(pe)
[p]
Q q
(cu)
[k]
R r
(erre)
[ɾ,r]
S s
(ese)
[s]
T t
(te)
[t]
U u
(u)
[u]
V v
(ve)
[b]
W w
(doble ve)
[w,b]
X x
(equis)
[ks,s]
Y y
(i griega)
[ʝ,i]
Z z
(zeta)
[θ]

Basic Phrases in Spanish

HelloHola
GoodbyeAdiós
YesSi
NoNo
Excuse mePerdóneme
PleasePor favor
Thank youGracias
You are welcomeDe nada
Do you speak english¿Habla usted Inglés?
Do you understandLo entiendes?
I understandEntiendo
I do not understandNo entiendo
How are you¿Cómo estás?
Fine thanks¡Bien gracias!
What is your name¿Cuál es tu nombre?
My name isMe llamo
Pleased to meet youEncantado de conocerte ( )

Spanish Nouns

ManHombre
WomanMujer
BoyChico
GirlUna mujer
CatGato
DogPerro
FishPescado
WaterAgua
MilkLeche
EggHuevo
HouseCasa
FlowerFlor
Treeárbol
ShirtCamisa
PantsPantalones

Colors in Spanish

BlackNegro
WhiteBlanco
RedRojo
OrangeNaranja
YellowAmarillo
GreenVerde
BlueAzul
PurpleMorado
PinkRosado
GrayGris
BrownMarrón

Seasons in Spanish

WinterInvierno
SpringPrimavera
SummerVerano
AutumnOtoño

Days of the Week in Spanish

MondayLunes
TuesdayMartes
WednesdayMiércoles
ThursdayJueves
FridayViernes
SaturdaySábado
SundayDomingo
YesterdayAyer
TodayHoy
TomorrowMañana

Months in Spanish

JanuaryEnero
FebruaryFebrero
MarchMarzo
AprilAbril
MayMayo
JuneJunio
JulyJulio
AugustAgosto
SeptemberSeptiembre
OctoberOctubre
NovemberNoviembre
DecemberDiciembre

Numbers in Spanish

ZeroCero
OneUno
TwoDos
ThreeTres
FourCuatro
FiveCinco
SixSeis
SevenSiete
EightOcho
NineNueve
TenDiez
ElevenOnce
TwelveDoce
TwentyVeinte
ThirtyTreinta
FortyCuarenta
FiftyCincuenta
SixtySesenta
SeventySetenta
EightyOchenta
NinetyNoventa
HundredCien
ThousandMil