To clarify the issue on Brønsted acidity enhancement by the presence of zinc species in H-ZSM-5 zeolite (G.D. Qi, et al., Angew. Chem.-Int. Edit. 2016, 55, 15826), the influence of Zn2+ cationic species, introduced into the zeolite, on the strength of Brønsted acid sites (BAS) has been analyzed by solid-state NMR and FTIR techniques using trimethylphosphine (TMP) and CO as probe molecules. Comparative analysis of the acidity for H-ZSM-5 and Zn2+/H-ZSM-5 zeolites has been performed. TMP adsorbed on both zeolite samples exhibits same signals at 6.3 and −4.5 ppm in 1H and 31P MAS NMR spectra, respectively, assigned to protonated TMP. FTIR spectroscopy has shown that both zeolite samples, H-ZSM-5 and Zn2+/H-ZSM-5, display the same red frequency shift (ΔνOH⋅⋅⋅CO=−318 cm−1) of the O−H stretching band and the same blue frequency shift (ΔνCO=+32 cm−1) of the CO stretching band for CO adsorption complex with BAS. The results obtained do not provide any evidence for the existence of some specific BAS with enhanced acid strength for Zn2+-exchanged zeolite compared to the strength inherent to pure acid-form zeolite. It is thus inferred the strength of BAS in H-ZSM-5 zeolite is not affected by the modification of the zeolite with Zn2+ cationic species.