ATTN bi lingual Spanish speaking hams

Discussion in 'The DX Zone' started by AI8O, May 21, 2020.

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  1. AI8O

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    Moderators, move this if you think another forun is more appropriate.

    I have written a English-Spanish QSO guide for English speakers to be used in QSOs with Spanish speaking Hams.
    It is now in its beta form, it needs some clean up and corrections.

    As soon as I get this webpage cleaned up and going; I will write and post, a a companion RTF or PDF worksheet that can be printed out and used while operating on the air.

    It is on my website at:

    QOD is the Morse code prosign for "What language?"

    Please surf on by, and send me any comments or corrections..

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  2. N2SU

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    A couple of the letters in Spanish have alternate pronunciations.

    V is often given as "OOH-beh"

    Y is often the shorter and easier "yeh". Some years ago, the Venezuelan broadcast station Ecos del Torbes (YVOC) used to identify as "Yeh veh oh seh".

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