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Castellano vs. Español

    Non-Spaniards sometimes affectionately refer to the Castillian "th" pronunciation of the "c" and "z" as a lisp."
  • Spain Expat's Language in Spain section brings you... Information about some of the differences between the Castillian Spanish of Spain (Castellano) and Latin American Spanish (Español).
Spanish Slang

    Slang you may not find in your dictionary
  • Spain Expat's Language in Spain section brings you... Spain Expat's quick guide to everyday Spanish slang and informal vocabulary you may or may not find in your dictionary. As with most slang, these Spanish slang words are largely the province of informal situations.
The Best Ways to Learn Spanish

    It's like training a muscle.
  • Spain Expat's Language in Spain section brings you... Tools to learn Spanish effectively. For every level.
Sworn Translations in Spain

    A sworn translation is a legal document.
  • Spain Expat's Language in Spain section brings you... Everything you'd ever want to know about sworn translations in Spain.
Certifying Your Language Skills

    Sometimes just saying you speak Spanish isn’t enough.
  • Spain Expat's Language in Spain section brings you... It’s all about proving what you know: here you’ll find information about the language certifications available for Spanish, Basque, Catalan, Galician, and Valencian.
The Languages of Spain: More Than Spanish

    Catalan is the native language of over 40% of Catalunya’s population and is the day-to-day language of over 50%."
  • Spain Expat's Language in Spain section brings you... A look at the variety of languages in Spain (including Basque, Catalan, Galician, and Valencian), the status of official languages in Spain, and how to say some simple phrases in these languages.
The Best Ways to Learn Spain’s Other Languages

    Prices are low and so classes tend to fill up rather quickly at the Official Schools of Languages.
  • Spain Expat's Language in Spain section brings you... Ideas and resources to help you learn or improve your knowledge of the Basque, Catalan, Galician, and Valencian languages.
Learning Spanish, Important Lessons for Expats

    Many city governments and provincial governments in Spain offer courses as a service for immigrants, quite often for free."
  • Spain Expat's Language in Spain section brings you... Information on learning Spanish for foreigners and expatriates. Free options, schools and other ways to learn the local language are all discussed.
 
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Language in Spain

You're moving to Spain and want to know more about how the heck you're going to communicate with the people. Spain has four major languages: Castellano (Spanish), Catalan, Gallego/Galician and Euskera (Basque). Depending on which part of Spain you're living in you may need to learn more than just one language, and that can get tricky. Here we present all we know about these languages and all our tips to help your communication skills develop as quickly and painlessly as possible.

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