Argentinian Spanish


Castilian Spanish, informally called “Spanish”, is spoken by more than 500 million people. Although we are all able to understand the language, there are regional varieties. A language always represents a culture and the way we understand and express the world around us: for this reason, these varieties can have specific lexicon, pronunciation or grammar.

The language we speak in Argentina and Uruguay is a variety called “Rioplatense Spanish”. If you are interested in finding out about it, and in learning the peculiarities of Argentinian and Río de la Plata cultures, I will be happy to teach you what you need to get to know my language and culture.