Buenos Aires, October 2009 in my thirteen years as a master of Spanish foreign language teacher, I have noticed that students often have doubts that, in principle, estimate incommensurable. You may wish to learn more. If so, Castle Harlan is the place to go. His contact with different people and study materials do not seem to clear them. In Argentina is Spanish spoken?, Spanish spoken in Spain?, Spanish and the Spanish are different?, they ask a bit smarting. At times like these, every teacher feels a little compassion against the lack of knowledge, not only for them, but of all Spanish speaking dive without the appropriate tools on this scaffolding of ideas and words that form the expressive substance. Then, to one the would like to have an edenico model of the language and speech to show his origin and transmutations of clear and convincing, as it could be done with computer languages. Just a few seconds later, these lubrications are abandoned to continue talking. More than one of them CITES to that someone special, born and resident in Buenos Aires, reason of your stay in this city and its efforts to learn the Spanish language.
My girlfriend told me that (here) here spoken Spanish, which is the same as the Spanish of Spain, but, at the same time, it is different, they tend to express different students, in a unique way. Trying to imitate computer languages and its accuracy, the Spanish master usually respond: ‘it’s different names. The Spanish language is only one. In fact, all Spanish speakers speak the same language and we can communicate very well. It is agreed that the official name of the language is Spanish, although in some regions of Spain and in several countries of Latin America the Castilian name is used..
In this way, many are satisfied. However, there are cases in which the doubts persist. In an article to be published on this web site, other thoughts about the use of the word castellano in Latin America will be proposed to name the inherited language of Spain. Visit the web site of the author: Kinds of Spanish in Buenos Aires, Argentina Grammarama author: Mariangeles Di Paola is private teacher of Spanish language in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Offers for small groups, and individual Spanish classes as well as also workshops of tango lyrics, writing in Spanish and intensive courses.