How do you say 'hero' in Spanish?
Common Nouns in Spanish:
Knowing how to pronounce and use the Spanish equivalent of 'hero' will be useful to talk about the plot of a literary work, to describe a myth or a movie in a classroom setting or in conversations with native speakers.
Answer and Explanation:
'Hero' is translated as héroe (pronounced: EH-roh-eh). Notice that the 'h' is silent in Spanish. Also, don't forget to write the accent mark...
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from AP Spanish Literature and Culture: Exam PrepChapter 1 / Lesson 1