Should I Practice Rhyming in Spanish?

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You might be wondering if rhyming is necessary or helpful for learning or teaching Spanish.

For words to rhyme, they must have the same vowel and ending sound. For example, casa and pasa rhyme because they both end in -asa. Similarly,

When we practice these skills, we recognize whether or not two words rhyme. This is called rhyme discrimination. We also create rhymes (rhyme production).

For beginners, this includes two-syllable words or shorter one-syllable words. For intermediate learners, we expand to multi-syllable words or words with affixes.

The benefit of working through rhyming activities is that we can quickly identify word endings. This improves our fluency at the word level. Essentially, it creates efficiency in listening and reading.

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