Is there any aid for Spanish pronunciation?
Cause I think like every language, Spanish must have its own standard pronuncation. Or just inform me how to learn pronunciation of Spanish sounds, like the way of articulation and speech production.
Everywhere on this site you will find little icons of a speaker associated with words. If you click on them you will hear the word said out loud. Repeat it until you feel satisfied it pretty much matches what you heard.
The greatest difficulty you will probably encounter is while saying J and R, even harder if they are in the same word as in dibujar (to draw.) To me it's harder if the J is before the R. I have no problem saying Rojo (red) for example.
As for the "singing" of the language, the general sound of a conversation, I would advise you to listen to hispanic radio, TV, etc. After only a couple weeks you will be surprised how you ear gets trained and starts catching more and more meaning out of the conversation.
Unlike English, each character of the Spanish alphabet has only one sound. Ensure that you have learned this sound correctly and attempt to always produce the same sound as you speak. Spanish is pronounced exactly as it's written. Any word can be sounded out correctly so long as you are good on your alphabet, especially the vowel sounds. Practice speaking loudly and with your mouth wide open. This will train your tongue to form the words. Singing can help as well. Good luck.
Check this out too, by Carlos:
This is a great program where you can put your Spanish text in and choose the Spanish language to hear how it's pronounced.