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Advanced Spanish Conversation Weekly Meetup

  • Oct 3, 2013 · 7:00 PM
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Come and speak Spanish with other Advanced level Spanish speakers!

**Please note that this is not an instruction-based group and therefore is not intended for beginners or intermediates.  You should expect to participate in Spanish at a proficient level for at least two hours.

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  • Matthew

    Good to be back again and receive such a warm welcome.

    October 4, 2013

  • Raúl

    Excellent, as always! Great discussion on comparison of Spanish as spoken in different parts of Mexico and Texas. Really enjoyed it!

    October 3, 2013

  • Donna V.

    I can't seem to change my RSVP so someone else on the waiting list can join:(

    October 3, 2013

  • Donna V.

    Darn!! I didn't realize you were at the north location. I'm south... Ughhhhhh. Ill hopefully see y'all next week!

    October 3, 2013

  • A former member
    A former member

    Sorry, but something suddenly came up this pm, and I will not be able to attend tonight (10/03). Drink a cervesa and eat a taco for me, please. LOL

    October 3, 2013

  • Raúl

    I'm under the impression that some people in Mexico will refer to "el cantellano" rather than "el español." I could be wrong, but I don't believe they necessarily mean Castilian as it is spoken in Spain, but instead use it in a more generic sense for Spanish in general. In Spain itself, with its regional dialects, "Castilian" obviously means "Castilian." If anybody knows anything about this, I would appreciate your letting me know about it. For that matter, since one of my brothers and I are going to Argentina in a few weeks, I'd appreciate knowing anything about the Spanish they use there and what they call it Do the people in general call it one thing, while "chic" college students call it another, for example? If it's anything like Mexico, the latter will often use words like "caio" while everyone else says something like "adios." Thanks for any suggestions!

    October 2, 2013

    • Matthew

      Sorry Raul. I have seen it spelled all sort of ways so thought I would make sure.

      October 3, 2013

    • Raúl

      thanks for the infor! appreciate it!

      October 3, 2013

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