La acentuación en español

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Ligia Martín GarcíaSpanish
March 15, 2017
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El acento es un rasgo fonético; es el énfasis en la pronunciación de una sílaba. Ortográficamente, se representa mediante una tilde (´) que se coloca sobre una vocal.

Existen diferentes tipos de palabras dependiendo de dónde caiga la sílaba tónica, es decir, la sílaba en la que se hace mayor entonación.

A continuación te presentamos las principales reglas ortográficas para tildar las palabras en español.


Después de ver las reglas generales, comprobaremos que existen algunos casos especiales. ¡No todo podía ser tan fácil! :)


¿Lo has entendido?

Ahora vas a escuchar una serie de palabras; treinta palabras en total que se repetirán dos veces cada una. ¿Sabrías decir qué palabras llevan tilde y cuáles no?

Aquí tienes el audio para hacer el ejercicio y aquí la hoja de trabajo.

Espero que esta entrada te haya resultado útil. ¡No olvides dejar tu comentario!

Hasta la próxima ;)

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Flag
Spanish
globe
Spain
time
23
Spanish
Native
,
English
B2
,
German
A1
My name is Ligia and I studied Translation and Interpreting at the University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria (Canary Islands). However, what I always wanted to do was to teach my mother tongue and my culture to students interested in Cervantes language. That was the reason that prompted me to follow forming in the study of Spanish as a foreign language. I have three years dedicated to teaching Spanish as a foreign language. The first school where I worked was accredited by the famous and prestigious Instituto Cervantes, so I’m familiar with their teaching methodology. Throughout my professional experience I have prepared students of different nationalities for A2 and B2 DELE exams in addition to other official examinations necessary for their jobs, for example, in the European Union. Moreover, given the current high demand for students who want to learn Spanish from the comfort of their home or office, I entered the exciting world of online teaching two years ago. The students who I have taught classes are mainly German, Russian, English and Polish. All of them have been adult students with different levels from A1 to C2. I have experience in both individual classes and groups of up to eight people. If you want to learn Spanish, do not hesitate to contact me ;) Thank you for getting here.

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