The letters that are vowels in English are also vowels in Spanish. However, they aren't pronounced the same way as their English equivalents. In English, one vowel can have more than one sound; for example, fat and fate. It is pretty easy to pronounce vowels in Spanish as each of these vowels basically makes the same sound in every single word.
Just watch the video below to learn how to pronounce Spanish vowels (A, E, I, O, U). This lesson is very important as many consonants are going to take different sounds depending on the vowel behind it. It's time to get rid of your gringo accent!
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