The Spanish verb for “read” is leer. Below are a couple of examples using the verb “read” in a Spanish sentence. Remember, as you start to learn Spanish verbs , you will need to keep conjugation and tenses in mind.
- I want to read. = Yo quiero leer.
- I read a newspaper. = Yo leo un periódico.
- The girls are reading the book. = Las muchachas leen el libro.
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Spanish does have some pronunciation distinctions which may make learning the language a bit more challenging. Many have to focus their pronunciation practice on the letter r, as is it pronounced differently, and is sometimes difficult to emulate. There are some who attest to success by practicing it as you would make the “tt” sound in the English word, butter.
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