While Spanish is one of the world’s predominant languages spoken in more than
22 different countries, there are hundreds of variations of the language spoken in
local cultures. While many aspects of the language are universal, some terms and pronunciations can have completely different meanings depending on the country or culture. However, those who learn Spanish traditionally often learn formal language skills and vocabulary, not those that are used in everyday life of native Spanish speakers. SpeakingLatino.com was created to be a free, accessible resource for those looking to learn real, conversational Spanish and slang terms. The site includes a database of more than 7,000 Spanish words and phrases that can be easily searched for and translated to English, along with resource guides, blogs and videos.
The resources offered by SpeakingLatino.com have also proved to be valuable for
native Spanish speakers looking to diversify their speaking skills and understanding of different variations of the language. Website visitors can browse through more than 12 different Spanish country categories to expand their vocabulary and conversation skills. New resources are added to the site each week. Check Speaking Latino's website for more information. http://www.speakinglatino.com