El alfabeto en español

Letra Nombre Comentarios
a a  
b be, be de burro, be grande Be and ve are pronounced exactly the same, so identifiers such as de burro/de vaca are often added to distinguish between them. 
c ce  
*ch che Ch is no longer considered a separate letter of the Spanish alphabet.
d de  
e e
f efe
g ge
h hache
i i, i latina I and y are pronounced the same, so the tag griega is almost always used with y; latina is sometimes used with i for purposes of clarification.
j jota   
k ka K is only used in words borrowed from other languages, such as kilo.
l ele  
*ll elle Ll is no longer considered a separate letter in the Spanish alphabet.
m eme  
n ene
ñ eñe
o o
p pe
q cu
r ere
*rr erre Rr has never been classified as a separate letter of the Spanish alphabet, but this form has often been used to distinguish the double r from the single one.
s ese  
t te
u u
v ve, ve de vaca, ve chica
w ve doble, u doble, doble ve, doble u, uve doble W is only used in words borrowed from other languages such as “waterpolo”.
x equis  
y y griega
z zeta

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