What kind of Spanish does Fluencia teach?

You will have no problem communicating in any Spanish-speaking country if you learn with Fluencia. Even though we teach Latin American Spanish, the truth is that any version of Spanish, whether it be Latin American, Caribbean, Castilian (Spain), etc. can be easily understood throughout the entire Spanish-speaking world. 

Here are the main differences that you'll encounter amongst different dialects of Spanish:

  • Spoken accent: This can drastically change the way a word or letter sounds. We offer pronunciation lessons that explain the differences between spoken accents and help you identify common words and phrases spoken in each area of the Spanish-speaking world.
  • Slang/regionalisms: These include words that are used by specific groups or regions. Fluencia teaches you the standard way to say something.  When applicable, we often introduce additional vocabulary that is used in specific countries or regions of countries, which will help you better understand regionalisms when you encounter them in your daily life and travels.  
  • The use of "vosotros" and "vos": "Vosotros" is a subject pronoun that is only used in Spain.  It's the plural "you", otherwise known as "you all" or "y'all".  "Vos" is a subject pronoun used for the singular "you" that is only used in certain parts of Central America and Argentina and Uruguay. 
    • We don't teach the conjugations for "vosotros" nor "vos", but this doesn't mean that you won't be understood or understand what others are saying to you if you speak with a person from Spain, Argentina, Uruguay, etc. The people in these countries are very aware that the rest of the Spanish-speaking world primarily uses "ustedes" instead of "vosotros" and "tĂș" instead of "vos".
    • If you want to learn more about why "vosotros" is used in Spain and how to create conjugations for that pronoun, head on over to the Fluencia blog post: Using "vosotros" in Castilian Spanish
Please be assured that you'll definitely be able to communicate in Spain, Argentina, Puerto Rico, and the rest of the Spanish-speaking world after using Fluencia. You just might want to supplement your learning with additional websites, books, podcasts, and videos that teach phrases, accents, and verb conjugations that are specific to the country or region that you are most interested in.

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