Like the English B, but with less air.
Before E or I, has an S sound or Th as in "Thanks" (Th is Castillian Spanish) Otherwise, has a K sound.
ch (ce hache)
Like English Ch in "Chicken"
Between vowels or at the end of a word, has Th sound as in "This"
Like the English F in "Fish", replaces PH in cognates.
Before E or I, has H sound. Otherwise, has G sound as in "Good".
Sounds like the English H.
Sames as the English K but rarely used in Spanish.
Like the English L.
Like the English Y, J, or Zh.
Like the English M.
Like the English N.
Like the ny in "Canyon".
Like the English P, but with less air.
Like the English K.
r (erre) and rr
Trilled at the beginning of a word and after certain letters. Otherwise, like tt in "Betty".
RR- Always trilled.
Like S in "See". Not like S in "eyes"
Like the English T.
Same as the English B.
w (uve doble)
Not used in Spanish Words.
Like S or X, sometimes replaces the Spanish J. (Resulting in H sound.)
y (i griega)
Same as the Spanish LL.
Like Th in Thanks (In Castillian Spanish)
Same as the Spanish S in most parts of the Hispanic world.