Spanish Cued Speech

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The Cued Speech adaptation for the Spanish language is referred to as La Palabra Complementada (PC).


In 1983, Dr. Cornett presented at a conference in Spain held by the Asociación de Padres de Niños con Deficiencias Auditivas (APANDA).


Placements (posiciones) Vowels (vocales) Examples

la (the)

/o/ /e/ donde (where)
/i/ /u/ Si (yes), tú (you)

External Links

  • Método Oral Complementado (MOC) » Website on cued Spanish maintained by the Univeristy of Málaga. Presents CS as part of an auditory (re)habilitation program called the Método Oral Complementado (MOC). Contains general Cued Speech information in Spanish, updates on upcoming courses, charts, and answers to frequently asked questions


Torres, S.  (1988). La Palabra Complementada. Madrid, Spain: CEPE.