Teaching Spanish to immigrants

The Spanish alphabet (a-n)

18 April, 2014 | No Comments

Chapter 3

After vowels, you have to learn the other Spanish lyrics. The alphabet we have divided into two parts, of the “a” a la “n” and “ñ” a la “from” and small print (minuscule)

As always:

  1. First you have the picture of the alphabet (a – n).
  2. After the video to learn how to write.

1. The full image:

2. Video:

We hope your Spellers!

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