i want to learn mexican language.?

do mexicans speak "original" Spanish? or is it mashup of other launguages?

11 Comments

  1. lol..mexican language, really?!?!

    it is called SPANISH…but like many language there are different dialects…so spanish in spain is a bit different from spanish in mexico etc

    Krieger19
  2. there is one spanish ,the one spoken by the educated people …so , it is not a matter of nationality is a matter of education.
    the most popular spanish in the world is the "neutral accent" from Latin America..

    I am fluid in that fricking language .

    john m
  3. No, don’t worry I speak Spanish (from Spain) and I undertstand perfectly Mexican Spanish (It’s the same difference between British English and Amercan English).
    Some words are pronunciated a little different: c, z, s. But we understand between us.
    Good lucky, if you wanna help ask me!
    Webs:
    digitaldialects
    livemocha
    busuu

    Krusans Andmantequillen
  4. There is no such thing as ‘to speak Mexican’.All hispanic countries speak Spanish.It’s just that in some countries,they pronounce some words slightly differently,and some words have different meanings from country to country.Some countries have words that only -they- use,or only a few countries use,but they all speak Spanish.

    Tontagata
  5. The fact of the matter enhancing ones linguistic skills is a vastly exhaustive endeavor. One lingual factor (such as speaking) cannot strengthened while ignoring the other aspects. All dimensions must be covered.

    Language learning must be made fun to evade discouragement. Lessons are vital , but as are these:

    1) Listening/watching: Keep listening to radio stations as well as watching TV shows in the target language. (Subtitles are crucial here)

    2) Writing/reading/communication: Discover discussion forums on things that you find interesting and FUN (music/various artists, hobbies, etc.) and start communicating there with other people using only the target language. Start using instant messaging systems in case you find some new friends or start emailing them. Do NOT fear making mistakes or hesitating, because even native speakers do make mistakes and do hesitate at times! The more enjoyable the experience, the more proneness to success.

    3) Purchase a bilingual dictionary with your native language and the target language. Upon encountering a new word, search it up in the dictionary. Placing words in their context is one of the greatest antics to increase one’s vocabulary and grammar knowledge. The more skillful in reading and writing also, the better. Memorizing in itself isn’t the best way to go with learning vocabulary, grammar or any other language brackets! For idioms, you should buy a dictionary which explains the words and shows you examples of how to use the words.

    The most crucial point is to make it as fun as possible for yourself. Try to locate interesting topics. Read online newspapers, listen radio stations online, if you find a discussion forum for e.g. your favorite hobby or your idols in music do participate there, etc. The essential word here is context, which indicates that it is simpler to learn new words and their usage as well as grammar when you use/see them in their real context . The more frequent you see and hear the new words in their context and the more you use them in your speech & writing, the easier it becomes to remember their meanings and correct spelling. Although don’t fear making flaws since native speakers do make mistakes at points.

    I apologize, but there isn’t an easy method.

    Finally but not least: Never ever use online translators. They are inaccurate and useless. Do refrain from overrated, overpriced language gimmicks such as Rosetta Stone.

    Good luck!

    Svetlana

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