Neutral Spanish Posted by Adir on Dec 24, 2009 in Spanish Culture
Neutral Spanish is a kind of Spanish used mostly in translations and dubbing because it reaches more than 400 million Spanish-speaking people in 21 countries. It has been used to bridge the gap between Latin American and European speakers. Want to learn some more? Check out this very cool video that talks in very understandable (and neutral!) Spanish.
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