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Spanish Language

Spanish also has gained wide popularity as spoken language almost equivalent to Chinese and mandarin language usage. Mexico has largest population of Spanish natives' .UN recognizes it as its official language along with other 6 major languages.

Origin Of Spanish language

Spanish like its Italian counterpart originated from Vulgar Latin as early as 210 BC, Historians have stated that Spanish was introduced by Romans to Iberian Peninsula during Punic War. This language also had its native influence of Arabic, Celtiberian and Basque languages .During Early times Spanish was knows as Castilian .

Modern Spanish developed during' Reajuste delas sibilants' this was readjusting of consonants present in the language. The first Spanish Grammar was written in Salamanca in Spain in 1492 >this is known as first written grammar of any indo European language. This was called gramatica de laguna castalina and was written by Elio antanio de nebraja and he proudly produced this work to Queen Isabella .He always said that," language is companion to the empire".

16th Century onwards the language traveled to America and Spanish east Indies due to spread of Spanish colonization .The Main influencer was 'Miguel de servantes 'In fact Spanish in those parts was named as la legua de servants language of Miguel Servantes .20th Century Spanish spread to new York in areas of Spanish Harlem ,Western Sahara and also Equatorial guinea .

Table of Spanish consonants

Bilabial

Labio-
dental

Dental

Alveolar

Palatal

Velar

Nasal

m

 

 

n

ɲ

 

Stop

p b

 

t̪ d̪

t͡ʃ ɟ͡ʝ

k ɡ

Fricative

(β̞)

f (v)

*θ (ð̞)

s (z)

(ʝ)

x (ɣ˕)

Trill

 

 

 

r

 

 

Tap

 

 

 

ɾ

 

 

Lateral

 

 

 

l

 

 

 

Spanish Vowels

a-gato
e-pelo

i-vino

o-boca

u-fruta



Semi-consonants
ie, y - bien
ue - bueno

Consonants
b,v - boda
c - casa
c - Barcelona
ch - mucho
d - duro
f- familia
g - general
g - gordo
h - hombre
j - jueves
k - kilo
l - loco
ll - calle
m - mano
n - nada
ñ - España
p - padre
q- quien
r- robar
rr - perro
s - casa
s - mismo
t - tres
x - máximo
z - zapatos

European Spanish

Andalusia Spanish

Cañar in Spanish

Castilian Spanish

Castrapo (Galician Spanish)

Murcian Spanish

North American Spanish

North American Spanish

Central American Spanish

Caribbean Spanish

South American Panish

Spanish USA

Some common Spanish sentences

All Nouns in Spanish are either masculine or feminine and the adjective agrees with the gender of noun.Masculine adjectives end in' o 'and feminine adjectives end in 'a'

¿Tienes fuego? (Do you have a light?)

¿Vives en España, verdad? or ¿Vives en España, no? (You live in Spain, don't you?)

To make a sentence negative just put No before the verb

No vivo en Paris (I don't live in Paris.)

Un libro rojo(. A red book)

Spanish contains formal and Informal addressFormal: ¿Como se llama usted? Informal: ¿Como te llamas?

 

Noun Adjective Translation

Chica guapa a pretty girl

Unas chicas guapas some pretty girls

Global Presence

Spanish is becoming one the most demanded languages in global scenario .fast sprouting call centers and back offices have increased demand of bilingual speakers especially English Spanish combination is highly asked for in today's business world. Apart from this below are some more categories which Spanish learning institutions are exploiting to fullest

Survival Spanish –Beg gainers Spanish Spanish for the Hotel / Restaurant management –people wanting to join hospitality Industry Spanish for Travelers –Due to ever increase in global travelling and modern means of transportation Spain is one of the most lucrative holiday and business destinations moreover In large parts of world knowledge Spain is additional asset Communicative Grammar –People who want to master the language Spanish for the Clergy –Relegious learners Spanish for Business and Finance El español en el mundo de los negocios Spanish for Medical Personnel –Hospitals and Health care perssonel Spanish for Social Services –Social services NGO and charity organizations workers Spanish for Teachers –Popular amongst teachers or even common people to upgrade their knowledge Special courses for Teachers and school personnel Spanish for Law Enforcement –Interpreting Law Spanish for Household Management