Depending upon whom you ask, the Spanish alphabet contains between 27 and 30 different letters.
Officially, Spanish adds only one additional letter after N, that looks like this: Ñ and is pronounced like the NY in caNYon.
That little squiggly symbol on top is called a tilde (TILL-dee).
When you look in a Spanish dictionary, this will be the only letter that throws off the order of the words, and it always falls after the “regular” N.
However, there are 3 additional Spanish SOUNDS that are sometimes included as separate Spanish letters: CH, LL, and RR.
Click the links further down on this page to hear each Spanish letter pronounced by native Spanish speakers.
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