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Women and Servants
Pronunciation Key

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Each vowel in Spanish has just one sound. They are pronounced as follows:

 

a – AH

e – EH

i – EE

o – OH

u – OO

 

The underlined syllable in each word is the accented one.

 

ñ – pronounced like the gn in lasagna

 

Count Próspero: PROHS-PEH-ROH

Claridán: CLAH-REE-DAHN

Teodoro: TEH-OH-DOH-ROH

Riselo: REE-SEH-LOH

Lope: LOH-PEH

Emiliano: EH-MEE-LYAH-NOH 

Don Pedro: DOHN PEH-DROH

Florencio: FLOH-REHN-SEE-OH

Luciana: LOO-SYAH-NAH

Violante: VEE-OH-LAHN-TEH

Inés: EE-NEHS

Florianica: FLOH-RYAH-NEE-CAH

Fabio: FAH-BYOH

Lidoro-LEE-DOH-ROH