You are finishing the Spanish introductory course, and you may be surprised that we haven´t taught you the first thing that most of the school teach... the letters!.
Knowing how to spell is certainly a good skill in any language
You can see here the spelling of different Spanish names and surnames. Check and pay attention to the pronunciation of each letter. Then, try again to spell the names yourself.
And finally, ask your teacher in your next Skype lesson to have some spelling work done!!.
Alberto Gonzalez→ A- L- B -E -R -T-O G-O-N-Z-A-L-E-Z
Irene Queipo → I-R-E-N-E Q-U-E-I-P-O
David Suñe→ D-A-V-I-D S-U-Ñ-E
Marcos Feijó → M-A-R-C-O-S F-E-I-J-O
Harko Kiwy (Maybe this is not a typical Spanish name, but the other day I met a “kevincosner García” in the supermarket, so who knows...)
No name → X
So, there you have all the Spanish letters, in just 5 natural and really normal Spanish names (and one no-name).
Learn how to spell those names and you know how to spell any word in Spanish.