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The Many Dialects of Spanish (and What They Mean for Language Learners) Posted by on Feb 22, 2016

Ambitious language learners the world over are devoting hours and hours every week to learning Spanish, but most of them have never spared a thought for which Spanish. Last week we posted about European vs Latin American Spanish, but the differences don’t stop there. Spanish, like its distant cousin English, is a pluricentric language, meaning…

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Mexican Spanish in 11 Phrases Posted by on Sep 23, 2015

Many people immediately associate Spanish with its namesake country in Europe, but actually Mexico is by far the largest Spanish-speaking country in the world. Its more than hundred million inhabitants have taken this global language and in many ways made it their own: in Mexico, se habla mexicano. I recently spent about 8 months traveling…

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Diversidad lingüística del español Posted by on Nov 30, 2010

El español es una de las lenguas con mayor número de hablantes en nuestro planeta, tras el chino y el inglés, y uno de los seis idiomas oficiales de la ONU. Se habla en España, México, Andorra, la mayor parte de Centro América y Sudamérica, y hay un gran número de hispanohablantes en Estados Unidos…

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