LSFB Podcast 001 – Learn the Vowels in Spanish


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In this audio lesson we will learn the Vowels in Spanish.

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Podcast Transcript (Text Version):


Hi, welcome to Learning Spanish for Beginners, the place to learn Mexico’s conversational Spanish.


Today we will talk about the vowels in Spanish.


The vowels in Spanish are similar to the vowels in English, but they have different pronunciations.


Now let’s take a look at the pronunciation of each vowel in both English and Spanish.


A (English) – A (Pronunciation: “ah”)

E (English) – E (Pronunciation: “eh”)

I (English) – I (Pronunciation: “eeh”)

O (English) – O (Pronunciation: “oh”)

U (English) – U (Pronunciation: “uh”)


 Now let’s review the pronunciation of all the vowels, just in Spanish.


A (Pronunciation: “ah”)

E (Pronunciation: “eh”)

I (Pronunciation: “eeh”)

O (Pronunciation: “oh”)

U (Pronunciation: “uh”)


Let’s review the pronunciation of the vowels in Spanish one more time.


A (Pronunciation: “ah”)

E (Pronunciation: “eh”)

I (Pronunciation: “eeh”)

O (Pronunciation: “oh”)

U (Pronunciation: “uh”)


  Next, we will review the pronunciation of the vowels in Spanish by using each one of them in three different words.


Let’s begin with the letter A.


Agua – Water

Aeropuerto – Airport

Amigo – Friend


 Let’s look at letter E.


Elevador – Elevator

Entusiasmo – Enthusiasm

Elegante – Elegant


Now let’s review the letter I.


Interesante – Interesting

Inteligente – Intelligent

Imaginación – Imagination


Now, let’s look at the letter O.


Oso – Bear

Ostra – Oyster

Oportunidad – Opportunity


Finally, let’s look at the letter U.


Único – unique

Uña – Fingernail

Útil – useful



That’s all for today.

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See you next time, hasta la próxima.




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