Resources

Below you can find a series of resources with valuable information to complement your Spanish pronunciation study, practice and/or classes.

Interactive Atlas of Spanish Intonation

http://prosodia.upf.edu/atlasentonacion/mapa_e.html

It contains a series of audio and video materials for the study of the prosody and intonation of the dialects of Spanish, so that a comparative study of the defining characteristics of the intonation of each dialect and the existing variation between the different geographic varieties of Spanish can be carried out. Through the interactive map, the user can easily access different audio and video materials of the different speeches.

Multimedia guide to Spanish prosody

http://prado.uab.cat/guia/es/index.html

They offer theoretical explanations of prosody and its elements, as well as multiple-choice exercises for self-study. In each explanation you can listen to a sample audio as well as images to improve comprehension in a visual way.

Sp_ToBI Training materials

http://prosodia.upf.edu/sp_tobi/en/index.php

It is a fantastic tool with auditory exercises to train the ear and learn to recognize the elements of prosody. It also offers solutions for self-learning.

Sounds of Speech

https://soundsofspeech.uiowa.edu/spanish

Sounds of Speech you can see and hear how all the sounds of Spanish, English and German are produced. It includes animations, videos and audio examples describing the essential features of the consonants and vowels of these languages. Spanish and German can be accessed from the computer. English, only from the cell phone.

Youglish

https://youglish.com/spanish

Type a word or a phrase and it offers you a variety of real audiovisual materials (interviews, programs, presentations..., from Youtube), in which you can listen in a natural way. With subtitles. And you can choose to have them appear only in Spanish, only in American Spanish, or both.

Lyrics Training

https://es.lyricstraining.com/

Select a song, select the difficulty, listen to the song while you complete the lyrics. The downside is that there aren't many songs in Spanish but it's still worth the practice. It's a great idea to practice your pronunciation - do the same with your favorite Spanish songs!

Writing phonetic symbols

https://ipa.typeit.org/full/

Are you interested in writing the phonetic symbols of Spanish in any of your activities?

You can find and copy them here.

Spanish Association verbotonal

https://www.verbotonal.org/

On the website, the method is explained as applied to children with deafness, and it is also applied to the teaching of foreign languages. It is one of the basic methods of SPA, a discovery and a totally different way of understanding the teaching of pronunciation.

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