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Unhappily Married in Valencia
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

 

Don Álvaro: DON AHL-VAH-ROH

Ipólita: EE-POH-LEE-TAH

Valerián: VAH-LEH-REEAN

Eugenia: EH-OO-HEH-NEEAH

Antonio: AHN-TOH-NEE-OH

Leonardo: LEH-OH-NAR-DOH

Elvira: EHL-VEE-RAH

Galíndez: GAH-LEEN-DEHS

Pierres: PEE-EHR (as in the French, “Pierre”)

Two Gabachos: GAH-BAH-CHOS

River Guerva: GOO-EHR-VAH