Consistent Spanish Consonants

Consistent Spanish Consonants
Consistent Spanish Consonants


A number of Spanish consonant sounds remain similar, no matter where they are placed in a word or sentence.

These words also have sounds that are found in English.

These include:

  • Spanish F – sounds like the English F
  • Spanish J – sounds like the “H” in the English word, Home
  • Spanish L – sounds like the “L” in the English word, Lean
  • Spanish M – sounds like the “M” in the English word, Mother
  • Spanish P – sounds like the “P” in the English word, Spot
  • Spanish T – sounds like the “T” in the English word, Stop

Too bad that other Spanish consonant sounds are not regular like these.

Examples:

F
fama
fe
fino
fonda
funda
J
jamás
jefe
jinete
joven
junto
L
la
ley
lino
lo
luna
M
más
me
mono
mucho
P
pan
pelo
pino
poco
punto
T
tan
patio
ti
tos