Can all Spanish understand each other?

Can Spanish people understand each other?

A Spanish speaker and a Portuguese speaker that have never been exposed to each other’s languages will understand around 45% of what the other says.

Can Mexicans and Spanish understand each other?

The Spanish vs Mexican debate is an interesting way of understanding how languages evolve and how they stay the same. Because it’s amazing that after 500 years of being apart, Mexicans and Spaniards can still understand each other without any trouble.

Which Spanish is hardest to understand?

WHAT MAKES CHILEAN SPANISH SO DIFFICULT TO LEARN?

  • Chilean Spanish is different from the Spanish you learn in class.
  • Even native Spanish speakers have trouble understanding Chileans.
  • Chilean Spanish is the hardest Spanish to learn.
  • If you can understand Chilean Spanish, you can understand anything in the language.

Is all Spanish spoken the same?

Some of the regional varieties of the Spanish language are quite divergent from one another, especially in pronunciation and vocabulary, and less so in grammar. While all Spanish dialects adhere to approximately the same written standard, all spoken varieties differ from the written variety, to different degrees.

Is Mexican Spanish hard to understand?

Mexican Spanish is the most polite, clear and easy to understand of Latin American Spanish dialects. The speed at which the language is spoken is not as accelerated as it is Spain and some South American countries and pronunciation is softer, making the language easier to ‘pick-up’ and easier to learn.

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Can Mexicans speak Spain?

There are differences in pronunciation, vocabulary, and other nuances, but essentially the official Spanish in Mexico is the same as the Spanish in Spain and throughout most of the world.