There are many dialects of Spanish, and luckily they are all mutually intelligible. Standard Spanish is what most non-native speakers will encounter when they take classes, and is based on the Castilian variety of Spanish. The alphabet used to write Spanish is the same as that for English, but with a few extra symbols added in when needed.
Other Spanish dialects include:
Mexican Spanish: Spanish spoken in Mexico as well as the parts of the U.S. that were historically part of Mexico.
Central American Spanish is the name for the dialects spoken in Central America, specifically Honduras, Nicaragua, Guatemala, El Salvador, and Costa Rica.
panish translation – document translationCaribbean Spanish dialects are spoken in Venezuela, the Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico, Panama, Cuba, and the Caribbean regions of Mexico and Colombia.
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We have Spanish translators who work exclusively with their particular native dialect or variety of Spanish, so there is never an issue with terms that are specific to one dialect but not even used in another.
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