Starting Points in Language
Seriously work at remembering the pronunciation
of the consonants and vowels! Like remembering that the
"H" is always silent - never has a sound! And
remembering that the "B" and the "V"
pretty much sound exactly alike. And all the others that
you found on the Pronunciation
Notice that an exclamation
in Spanish starts off with an upside-down exclamation
mark: ¡. This lets you know right
off the bat that the enclosed verbage is to be emphasized.
You don't have to wait until the end to realize that what
you're reading is an exclamation.
Oh, ... and it ends with a regular exclamation
point ... !!!