Spanish and English, both have few similarities but more differences. There are people who still assume a Spanish script to be a English script. This happens due to ignorance. Both these languages are most popularly spoken languages across the globe. However, there are lot of differences between these languages and let’s check what they are.
- Spanish is a romance language whereas English is originated from a Germanic language.
Spanish is a Roman language that is evolved from several dialects of spoken Latin around the ninth century. There are nearly 400-500 million people who speak Spanish as a native language and as speakers. It is the second most native spoken language in the world and one of the six official languages of United Nations. When it comes to Internet it is the third commonly used language after English and… Continue reading
Though Latin and Spanish have evolved from the same Latin family, they differ from each other in many aspects. Especially, they differ in terms of alphabets, grammar, phonology, vocabulary and sound and word coordination.
Some of the basic differences between Spanish and English are as follows:
- Though most of the Spanish alphabets look similar like English but differ in their accent
The Spanish that is normally referred in Latin America and across various countries of the world is a Latin American Spanish. Whereas, Castilian Spanish (Castillano or espanol) is referred to the pure Spanish or the oldest, real form of Spanish, spoken in the Northern and Central Spain. The term Castilian is used to differentiate the Spanish spoken in Spain from the Spanish spoken in Latin America.… Continue reading