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Everything you want to know about the letters of the alphabet
Do you know what its origin and meaning are about the alphabet? Do you want to learn the tools to help your children or students so that everyone knows the etras of bathing? Do not worry! I will help you answer these questions in the next few minutes.

Knowledge of the alphabet is essential for reading and writing. This set of letters or symbols is a means of communication in any language.

From an early age, parents and teachers are interested in the time we can learn the alphabet. And, it is something important and necessary to grow as individuals.

Young children, especially preschoolers, deserve the tools that help you teach. However, we need to make this learning process fun and comprehensive.

I invite you to learn with me how to teach the alphabet to little ones or people who don’t know it.

What is the alphabet?
Es UNA Graphic or phonetic expression that serves to form sounds and words in turn.  In this way the alphabet or alphabet is obtained.

Alphabet or alphabet is a combination of letters, the representation of which is formed in an orderly form. With words you can express yourself in writing or verbally (phonetically) and so be able to communicate effectively.

The etymology of the word “alphabet” comes from the Greek “alphabet” and was born from the Greek letters “alpha” and “beta”.

Types of alphabet or alphabet
There are a variety of alphabets, including the Cyrillic, Greek, Arabic, and Latin alphabets.

El Latin Alphabet This is the most common and supported by the Spanish alphabet.
Braille This is a special type of alphabet where sight and speech are not used. This type of alphabet uses a sense of touch and hearing. It is specially designed for people with disabilities.
Morse code Although this is not the alphabet as such, it can be understood as the alphabet type. Poems can be clearly differentiated when sound is emitted.
In the Spanish alphabet it has 27 letters. It consists of 22 consonants and 5 vowels. It can be written in upper or lower case letters and there is no difference in pronunciation.
Sounds: These songs have their own sound. They are a major part of the syllabus. Without the voices, the consonant could not remove his voice. In other words, we can express a sound character, but with consent, this is not the case. Sounds are usually the first letters of the alphabet you are learning. The sounds are A, E, I, O, U.
Consonants: If you are looking for the origin of this word, you will see what it means to “sound together”. He needs to remove the sound. Among the consonants we have B, C, D, F, G, H, J, K, L, M, N ,,, P, Q, R, S, T, V, W, X, Y, Y, Z. The Spanish alphabet has it. Has several letter properties, for example, adding the letter “.”. Insert the letters “K” and “W” that are not visible in the Latin alphabet.
Those big letters are bigger and they use accent and meaning for writing. An example should start with proper names, cities, countries, or sentences.
At the beginning of writing, the alphabet was nonchalant, that is, they were written only in their capital form. The smaller letters they are smaller in size and used in general texts.
Diagrams: In addition to the 27 letters of the alphabet, there are 5 spellings, these are CH, LL, RR, GU and QU. It is a combination of two letters to emit some consonant sounds reflected in the alphabet. During 2010, Spanish spelling stopped it from being part of the alphabet.
What is the alphabet for?
The letter of each alphabet is a written or phonetic expression of the sounds that people use to communicate. Using each letter of the alphabet, you can write and express the language orally.

How do we start learning the letters of the alphabet?
Children learn the letters of the alphabet in an unusual way, something interesting for the news that it is. That is why it is necessary to play the role of elders, parents, teachers and other family members. Take advantage of this emotion and use it as part of the game, it will be very useful and fun. Here are some recommendations:

At the beginning they begin to sound and gradually enter into consonants. Subsequently, the sounds are consonantally created to create sounds
This usually begins with the consonants M, P, L., this is because it is simple, confirmed that the sounds of this consonant are being studied. However, because each child is an individual, he or she will determine the age at which he or she should begin.
Later sounds are formed by the formation of words. It is important to associate each letter or word with a certain figure, so learning makes more fluid.
I recommend using songs, stories and other interactive tools to facilitate teaching-learning. Today, with the advancement of technology, this process is simple. Eventually, the child already knows how to read and write. Practice will achieve perfection.

List of alphabet letters (from “A” to “Z”)
Letter A
Is the first letter of the alphabet, and is vowel. In the Greek alphabet it means beginning, beginning or beginning. In Singular there is a pronoun A, and in the plural it is expressed as aes.

The letter b
The second letter of the alphabet is Latin, but it is also the first consonant. To determine the differences in the vowel “V” some call it big or be tall.

The letter B has several rules for writing. Among them, B is always written after M., with the following word: tamb well.

Letter c
This is the third letter of the Spanish alphabet and the second consonant. Its name is due to the sedilla, which is a nut or tail because it has this shape. Today cedilla is used as a quotation mark in other languages such as Catalan and French.

Letter d
Is the fourth letter of the alphabet and it is also the third consonant. The combination of vowels “E” expresses “de”. Its reference becomes feminine, i.e. d.

The letter E
This is the fifth letter of the alphabet and the second sound. The reference to his name is feminine, i.e. e.

Letter F
Is the sixth letter of the alphabet and the fourth consonant. Its pronunciation in Singular is derived from the letter “E” above and at the end, or “Efe”. “Ephesus” is pronounced in the plural

Letter c
This is the seventh letter of the alphabet and the fifth consonant. Its pronunciation is done with the feminine, combined vowel “E”, or “Ge”.

Letter to H.
The letter “H” is the eighth letter of the Spanish alphabet and the sixth consonant. Her expression is feminine, combining two vowels and three consonants, thus “breaking down”.

It is said that the letter “H” is dumb, that is, it has no sound in a few words. Example: leaf. This word indicates that the letter H was non-existent. The sound it emits is as if you are pronouncing the vowel “O” aloud, even when it is “H”.

Letter I
This is the third vowel and the ninth letter of the Spanish alphabet. The plural of Su is “is”.

Letter to J
The letter J is the tenth letter of the alphabet and the seventh consonant. It is pronounced in the singular “Jota” and in the plural “Jotas”. The use of this letter is subject to certain rules. Example: Words that begin or end with “aje” or “axis”. Example: Aje no, equipping

The letter k
This is the eleventh letter of the Spanish alphabet and the eighth consonant. In Singular it is pronounced “ka”, and in the plural “kasi”.

Letter to L.
The letter “L” is the twelfth letter of the Spanish alphabet and the ninth consonant. In synthesis its expression is “ele”, and in the plural “eles”.

Letter to M.
This is the tenth consonant and thirteenth letter of the Spanish alphabet. In Singular its expression is “eme”, and in the plural “emes”. The sounds ma, me mi, mo, mu are most easy to recognize and learn.

The letter N
Is the fourteenth letter of the eleventh consonantal alphabet. In singular its expression is “ene”, and in the plural “enes”.

This letter does not belong to the Latin alphabet. However, it is represented as the twelfth consonant and the fifteenth letter of the Spanish alphabet. In Singular it is pronounced “eñe” and in the plural “eñes”.

Letter O
This is the fourth vowel and the sixteenth letter of the Spanish alphabet. It appears in the Greek alphabet. It means “fin2, the culmination of something.

The letter p
Is the seventeenth letter of the thirteenth consonantal Spanish alphabet. After the letter “M”, this is the second one that learns to read and write.

Letter Q
It is the fourteenth consonant and the 18th letter of the alphabet in Spanish, where the cu sound is used. Along with the vowel E, for example: Rome, qui in

The letter r
The letter “R” is the nineteenth letter of the fifteenth consonantal alphabet. Its singular expression is feminine “la erre”, using digraph 2rr. It is used as a simple, powerful sound that expresses “ere”.

The letter S
These are the twenty letters of the alphabet and the sixteenth consonant.

Letter V
This is the eighteenth consonant and the twenty-fourth letter of the Spanish alphabet.

Letter W
“W” is the thirty-fourth letter of the alphabet. It is mainly used in words of English origin such as “u” or “gu”. Example: “Hawaii” is pronounced “Jaguai”. Or “Newton” is pronounced “Newton.” To determine this, you identify it with a double “go” or a “two” double.

The letter X
These are the twenty-one consonants and twenty-fourth letters of the Spanish alphabet.

Letter Y
These are the twenty-one consonants and twenty-six letters of the Spanish alphabet.

Letter to Z.
These are the twenty-second consonant and twenty-seventh letters of the alphabet.

Finally, at this point you already have the tools to familiarize the little ones with the letters of the alphabet in a simple way.

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