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Is there a difference beteween Mexican Spanish and Spanish?

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Sometimes when I read something in Spanish I don't know the word because we learned in by a different name, but then I look it up in my Spanish dictionary and it means the same as the word we learned. So I thought maybe my Spanish teacher teaches us Mexican Spanish rather than Spanish or vice-versa. Could someone please claify this? ¡Yo doy gracias para su ayuda! grin

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updated SEP 23, 2009
posted by june10

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HI June, please make a search before posting, thanks.

Mexican Spanish.

updated SEP 23, 2009
posted by 00494d19
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I know that in Spain and a few other countries (Argentina, maybe?) they use Vosotros for plural you (inf), where in Mexico and other Spanish-speeking countries Ustedes is more commonly used, no matter who you're talking about.

updated SEP 23, 2009
posted by Nick-Koontz
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There is a difference. I am actually taking Latin American Spanish. It's just like English. There are common words in Enland that I have no clue as to the meaning.

updated SEP 23, 2009
posted by Seitheach
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