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Is there any another Spanish language..(read description)


Hola Senor&Senoras;,

I mean any another Spanish not what we are using it ..like British English and american english.. and Egyptian Arabic and Syrian Arabic.. They are little bit different.. And what I mean exactly is.. are there any vernaculars or polishes that the **Spanish people use it ?

I hope you understand me..and I hope I get the answer smile


updated SEP 25, 2010
edited by Nicole-B
posted by Turk91
welcome to the forum, please remember to use correct spelling, the !I" in English is always capitalized - 00494d19, JUL 1, 2010
Thank you.. - Turk91, JUL 1, 2010

3 Answers


HI turk, we have several interesting threads on this topic, please have a look .

Spanish from ARgentina

updated JUL 1, 2010
posted by 00494d19

Castilian the educated spanish of Spain. To latin american ears the spanish of Spain has a lisp. Barthelona for Barcelona. In Los Angelos people refer to Spanglish a mixture of Spanish and English.

I had a friend teach me to say, "Platicame algo" (not sure of spelling) meaning tell me something. I tried practicing around a lunch wagon and an El Salvadorian got really upset with me. Don't say that he said. It is Mexican poor farm talk.

I've heard to that in the capital of Mexico in the federal district almost every word has a sexual connotation so that when my spanish speaking friends where their they were constantly told to use different words.

updated JUL 1, 2010
edited by aprender100
posted by aprender100

There are little differences between almost all Spanish speaking countries. For example, In Spain, the vosotros form is used while here we just use ustedes. In Argentina, "ll" is pronounced with a slight "sh". Every country puts their own spin on the language.

updated JUL 1, 2010
edited by indysidnarayan
posted by indysidnarayan
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