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11 Listen and repeat ‘r’ and ‘rr’

In this final activity, you will hear and practise the 'r' and 'rr' sounds.

Activity 7

Listen and repeat ‘r’

Read the following sequence of words with the softer and shorter sound for the letter r (ere), then listen and repeat out loud.

  • hora

  • abre

  • ¿A qué hora abre?

  • ¿A qué hora abre la panadería?

  • ¿A qué hora abre la zapatería?

  • Abre por la tarde

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Transcript

NARRATOR:
Listen and repeat the following sequence of words and expressions with the softer and shorter sound for the letter ere.
SPEAKER:
hora
abre
¿A qué hora abre?
¿A qué hora abre la panadería?
¿A qué hora abre la zapatería?
Abre por la tarde.
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Listen and repeat ‘rr’

Read the following sequence of words with the stronger and longer sound for the letter r (erre), then listen and repeat out loud. When the sound occurs in the middle of the word, the word is written with the double rr.

  • Cierra

  • Correos

  • ¿A qué hora cierra Correos?

  • Carrera

  • Correr

  • ¿A qué hora corres?

  • ¿A qué hora empieza la carrera?

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Transcript

NARRATOR:
Listen and repeat the following words with the stronger and longer sound of the letter erre.
SPEAKER 1:
cierra
Correos
¿A qué hora cierra Correos?
carrera, correr
¿A qué hora corres?
¿A qué hora empieza la carrera?
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