This set of eighteen words contains two singleton examples of each Spanish consonant (except ñ, which appears only once). With the time-saving protocol that includes IPA transcriptions and English translations, you will quickly be able to assess a child’s phonemic inventory.
My word choices were influenced by the Mexican dialect; children from other backgrounds might use different terms for some items.
For the sound represented by the graphemes y and ll, I chose the transcription /ʝ/, based on input from a buyer. Some other assessments use /j/ as their transcription, but I find that method confuses the y/ll sound with the sound found in diphthongs with i.
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