Published: Wed, September 13, 2017
World | By Tasha Manning

Translation Blog - Transpanish

Translation Blog - Transpanish

Spanish is the most widely spoken language of Romance languages, both in numbers of speakers and in numbers of countries in which it is the dominant language. In addition to being used in Spain, Spanish is the official language of all South American countries (with the exception of Brazil and Guyana), the six Central American republics and Mexico, Cuba, the Dominican Republic and Puerto Rico. It is also spoken in parts of Morocco and the west coast of Africa and in Equatorial Guinea. In the United States it is widely used in states such as Texas, New Mexico, Arizona and California. A form of Spanish called Ladino, judeoespañol or djudezmo is spoken in Turkey and Israel by descendants of Jews expelled from Spain in 1492. In sum, there are about 350 million Spanish-speakers in the world.

The pronunciation and The use of Spanish varies logically according to the country. However, the regional differences are not so great that one inhabitant of Colombia can not understand another from Spain.

The vocabulary is basically of Latin origin, although many words differ markedly from their equivalents in French The Italian. Many words beginning with f in other Romance languages ​​begin with h in Spanish (eg, son, thread). The lingering influence is noticeable in words beginning with al- (cotton, carpet, pillow, pin). As with British and American English, there are differences in vocabulary across the ocean (mainly in Spain).

Question marks and exclamations : In Spanish there are The opening of interrogation and exclamation marks ¿and ¡. These can appear at the beginning or middle of a sentence.

Date : The format is 08/25/99.

Or 25-08-99.

Gender : Spanish has masculine and feminine gender. Gender modifies nouns, adjectives, and articles but does not modify verbs. She is happy. He is happy.

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You and you : The familiar form of the second person singular is you and the verbs with you are conjugated in the second person. The formal form of the second person singular is you and the verbs with you are conjugated in the third person. The family treatment is generally used with friends or young people. The formal treatment is used with seniors or seniors (eg a boss).

Voseo : It is called voseo the linguistic phenomenon within the Spanish language in which Use is made of the pronoun "vos" and certain particular verbal conjugations to address the interlocutor; In contrast to other variants of the language in which the pronoun "tú" is used. Example: "You speak Spanish" instead of "You speak Spanish". Argentina, Paraguay, and Uruguay are some countries where voseo is used.

Double consonants : The only consonant groups are the following: cc, ll, nn, rr. / P>

Plurals : Generally, the plural is formed by adding 's' to words that end in a vowel and '-os' or '-es' to words that end in consonant

Letter words : Letter words include: a, e (replaces 'y' before a word beginning with 'i'), or u (Replace 'or' before a word that begins with 'or').

Shift : Must be used at the beginning of a sentence or in proper names. >

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