The similarities and differences between Spanish     and English languageIN TERMS OF GRAMMAR, VOCABULARY       AND PRONUNC...
GrammarSimilarities: Both language have a grammar structure base on  the tense. The basic structure of the sentences is ...
GrammarDifferences: For Spanish we identify     feminine and masculine article, singular, plural and adjective; but in En...
GrammarDifferences: Spanish have more heavily inflected language than English about verb. Example:                       ...
Vocabulary   Similarities:    Both share Latin influence.    Share some words: sofa, idea, bar     and so on.   Example ...
VocabularyDifferences: Latin-derived words in English tend to be more  formal. Spanish accent give the different meaning...
Vocabulary The meaning of words depend on the position in the sentences. Example:  They miss their country. (Verb)  Mis...
Pronunciation Spanish has a strong correspondence between the  sound of a word and its spelling in English. English phon...
Conclusion Language teachers must analyze these types of  interference to teach according the students´              prob...
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  1. 1. The similarities and differences between Spanish and English languageIN TERMS OF GRAMMAR, VOCABULARY AND PRONUNCIATION TEACHER: DOLORES DEL ROCIO ORTEGA ANDRADE STUDENT: CARMEN J. BAZURTO PALMA 2011-2012
  2. 2. GrammarSimilarities: Both language have a grammar structure base on the tense. The basic structure of the sentences is the same, but other function change the positions as adjectives: I + like + my friends. ◊ It is a yellow car. S V C Me + gustan + mis amigos. ◊ Eso es un carro amarillo. S V C
  3. 3. GrammarDifferences: For Spanish we identify feminine and masculine article, singular, plural and adjective; but in English we do not have to do that.Spanish: Mi gato es azul.English: The cat is blue.
  4. 4. GrammarDifferences: Spanish have more heavily inflected language than English about verb. Example: ENGLISH SPANISH I run Yo corro You run Tu corres He runs El corre We run Nosotros corremos They run Ellos corren
  5. 5. Vocabulary Similarities:  Both share Latin influence.  Share some words: sofa, idea, bar and so on. Example  I like the sofa.  Me gusta el sofa.
  6. 6. VocabularyDifferences: Latin-derived words in English tend to be more formal. Spanish accent give the different meaning of the words.Example: Él es un millonario. (Pronoun) El anillo es feo. (Article)
  7. 7. Vocabulary The meaning of words depend on the position in the sentences. Example:  They miss their country. (Verb)  Miss Ecuador is tall. (Title)
  8. 8. Pronunciation Spanish has a strong correspondence between the sound of a word and its spelling in English. English phonemes with no equivalent in Spanish. Vowels Consonant/α/ heart /dʒ/ jail/æ/ fat /h/ offer English vowels are 5 and 5 diphthongs./ε/ said /ŋ/sing/I/ here /∫/ fish Spanish vowels are 12 pure vowels and/ɔ/ fall /v/ lover/ʊ/ cook /z/ easy 8 diphthongs./ʌ/ but /ð/ then/ə/ circus /ʒ/ usual/ər/ word/aj/ die/ɔj/ boy/aw/ about
  9. 9. Conclusion Language teachers must analyze these types of interference to teach according the students´ problems and needs.

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