Learn Portuguese: Portuguese Alphabet

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Are you interested in learning foreign language, whether to study in another country, work, or just to have vacation? If your choices are:  Brazil, Mozambique, Angola, Portugal, Guinea-Bissau, East Timor, Macau, Cape Verde, and São Tomé where Portuguese is the official language, then learning Portuguese is important for you.

Learn Portuguese, Portuguese Alphabet


Let's begin learning Portuguese Alphabet:
Aa [ah]                (/a/, /ɐ/)                pronounced like 'a' in rather
Bb [beh]              (/b/)                      sounds like ‘b’ in book
Cc [seh]               (/k/; /s/)                sounds like ‘k’ in cook
CH ch [[shh]]      (/Sh/)                    sounds like ‘h’ shoe
Dd [deh]              (/d/ ~ [dʒ])           sounds like do
Ee [ay]                  (/e/, /ɛ/, /i/)         sounds like seven
Ff [ehf]                 (/f/)                     sounds like four
Gg [geh]              (/ɡ/; /ʒ/)                sounds like good or zh
Hh [a-gah]           (Silent)                 silent
Ii [ee]                    (/i/)                     sounds like street
Jj [jota]                 (/ʒ/)                     sounds like zh sound
Kk [[cahpah]]     (K)                        sounds like keen
Ll [éhl]                 (/l/ [u̯])                sounds like large
Mm [éhme]       (/m/)                      sounds like miss
Nn [éhme]          (/n/)                      sounds like no
Oo [óhr]               (/o/, /ɔ/, /u/)        sounds like open
Pp [peh]              (/p/)                      sounds like put
Qq [qay]              (/k/)                     sounds like keen
Rr [éh-rre]          (/ɾ/, /ʁ/)                sounds like h in hot
Ss [éh-sse]          (/s/)                       sounds like sing
Tt [têh]                (/t/ ~ [tʃ])             sounds like time
Uu [oo]                (/u/)                      sounds like ou sound in you
Vv [vay]              (/v/)                      sounds like violin
Ww [[dublioo]]   (W)                      sounds like walk
Xx [shish]            (/ʃ/, /ks/; /z/, /s/, /ʒ/)        sounds like exist
Yy [[ipsilon]]       (Y)                          sounds like young
Zz [zay]                (/z/; /s/, /ʒ/, /ʃ/)        sounds like zebra
Ç                           (/s/)                         sounds like song


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