What Spanish country speaks the slowest?

The slowest ones i have known are Ecuador, Peru and Bolivia in regions where spanish is the second language after quechua language spoken by those natives. Colombia and Ecuador. Bolivian highland Spanish is quite slow too, but for a beginner sometimes hard to follow because of local languages/accents mixing in.

Where is Spanish spoken slowly?

If you listen to Spanish that is slower through all your learning then you got to Spain, Mexico, Cuba, Colombia, Puerto Rico (especially) they speak REALLY fast.

What is the fastest Spanish speaking country?

People in Chile can speak extremely fast; and are loaded with colloquialisms. In rural areas; it slows down and is more similar to Bolivia and Peru. El Salvador is probably medium-fast.

Is Colombian Spanish slower?

Both are indeed spoken slow, but people from Medellin and surrounding areas have some features in their pronunciation that make them sound like Northerner Spaniards some times. There’s no single “Colombian Spanish” just as there’s no single “Mexican Spanish”.

Which Spanish accent is the hardest to understand?

Generally, Argentinian and Castilian (from Spain) are the hardest to understand if you haven’t learned Spanish in those dialects. Many also have trouble with Mexican, Cuban and Chilean dialects.

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Do Mexicans speak Spanish slow?

I used to think that anyone speaking Spanish spoke it quickly, but as I’ve studied more, I’ve found that Mexican Spanish, is generally relatively slow compared to the Spanish from Spain and some other countries.

Who speaks slow Spanish?

Costa Rican Spanish is very slow. I have spoken Spanish with every Spanish speaking country in the world with the exception of Equatorial Guinea in Africa. Spanish is one of their 3 national languages.

Which Spanish is easiest to learn?

Besides being an amazing country with beautiful and mesmerizing places to visit and enjoy, Colombia is also considered to have one of the clearest and easiest Spanish accents to learn and understand.

Which country has the purest Spanish?

If you’re looking to learn the purest Spanish, Mexico is the place to go. It has all the grammar conventions from the Spaniards, but with the clear enunciation of indigenous languages.

What is the clearest Spanish accent?

Known as the “purest” form of Spanish, the Castilian accent specifically stems from Castilla-La Mancha and Castilla Leon, two autonomous communities in Spain; however, the Castilian accent is one that is spoken by those who live throughout Spain.

Is Colombian Spanish like Mexican Spanish?

Mexican Spanish and Highland Colombian Spanish are actually quite similar, but they are also very different. They share in common the fact that the final S in always pronounced and that we both tend to be rather formal and polite when interacting with strangers.

How is Chilean Spanish different?

Chilean Spanish dialects have distinctive pronunciation, grammar, vocabulary, and slang usages that differ from those of standard Spanish. The Royal Spanish Academy recognizes 2,214 words and idioms exclusively or mainly produced in Chilean Spanish, in addition to many still unrecognized slang expressions.

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Who has the best Spanish accent?

Some people claim that for these reasons Colombia has the best Spanish accent. Others say that Peru and Ecuador have the best Spanish accent. The Mexican Spanish accent as heard during football games or news programmes is easily understandable.

Which Spanish country is hardest?

Spanish is truly hard in Chile.

Why is Chilean Spanish so hard?

So, what’s the difficulty? The aspiration of the ‘s’ often makes it hard for those learning Spanish to distinguish where one word ends and another begins. Language learners are caught listening for a sound that they were taught in a traditional Spanish classroom that is not actually “pronounced” in the Chilean dialect.

Is Dominican Spanish hard to learn?

I am a fluent speaker of Dominican Spanish and as my dear friend Milos Zorica said once, Dominican Spanish is amongst the most difficult to understand, as we speak fast, shorten the words and have a very different vocabulary.