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Accent Rule #1
If a word ends in a vowel or the consonant N or S, then stress the next-to-last syllable.
Accent Rule #2
If a word ends in a consonant, with the exception of the consonants N or S, the it is stressed on the last syllable.
Accent Rule #3
The only time words do not follow this pattern is when they have a written accent mark, in which case the syllable with the accent mark receives the stress.
Words that sound similar in English and Spanish.
Los cognados
class
clase
imagine
imaginar
professor
profesor
culture
cultural
calculator
calculadora
instructor
instructor
map
mapa
university
universidad
important
importante
video cassette
videocasetera
accent
acento
Castilian
el castellano
Diacritical mark used over u
la dieresis
Spanish
el espanol
punctuation
la puntuacion
Diacritical mark used over n
la tilde
pen
el boligrafo
eraser
el borrador
computer
la computadora
notebook
el cuaderno
dictionary
el diccionario
desk
el escritorio
student
el estudiante (male)
la estudiante (female)
pencil
el lapiz
book
el libro
table
la mesa
backpack
la mochila
paper
el papel
chalkboard
la pizarra
teacher
el profesor (male)
la profesora (female)
overhead projector
el proyector
student desk
el pupitre
pencil sharpener
el sacapuntas
chair
la silla
television set
el televisor
chalk
la tiza
Anything else?
Algo mas?
Here you are.
Aqui tienen
Waiter, please!
Camarero, por favor!
For me...
Para mi...
Nothin for now.
Por ahora, nada.
What do you want to eat?
Que desea(n) comer?
What do you want to have?
Que desea(n) tomar?
What are you going to order?
Que van a pedir?
A soft drink, please!
Un refresco, por favor!
Let's have something to drink.
Vamos a tomar algo.
I'm going to eat...
Voy a comer...
I would like...
Yo quisiera...
Cold drinks
Las bebidas frias
a bottle of mineral water
una bootella de agua mineral
a bottle of sparkling water
una botella de agua con gas
a beer
una cerveza
an orange juice
un jugo de naranja
a strawberry milkshake
un batido de fresa
a lemonade
una limonada
a soft drink
un refresco
a soda
una soda
a glass of water with lemon
una vaso de agua con limon
a glass of milk
un baso de leche
a glass of sangria
un vaso de sangria
a glass of red (white) wine
un vaso de vino tinto
olives
las aceitunas
peanuts
los cacahuetes
squid
los calamarees
sausuage
el chorizo
croquettes
las croquetas