Spanish Sounds: Varies by Country

Did you know that the Spanish spoken in each country can actually sound quite different with a varying degree of accents. Each country can also have different words with different meanings. This is all very quite interesting.

The Castillian Spanish spoken in Spain will have a different pronunciation with the “c” and the “z.” These have a distinct pronunciation from the ones spoken in the other Latin American countries.

The Spanish spoken in the various regions of the US also varies by which country the majority of the people are from and can sound quite different.

One interesting word would be the word “okay” in English. Many people from Latin American countries would simply say “okay”, but in Spain you would frequently hear the word “vale.”

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