Welcome to Argentina!
Argentina, known as the land of fine steaks and the southern sun, the country of Tango and Borges.
But Argentina has much more to offer.
There are many advertising slogans for tourism advertising, and some pretty good ones.
But once you traveled to Argentina, you will understand that the diversity of this country, cannot be expressed in three words only.
Argentina is different
No matter from what country you come from, in Argentina you will meet people on each corner, of which one or another reminds you of the people in your home country.
This diversity in the population has created a true multi-culturalism, and the mixture can be felt everywhere and noticed: with the customs, habits, meals, at dances, etc.
Country of immigrants
Argentina has always been the place where thousands immigrated. In this country, they found the possibilities of a new life, away from war and persecution, starting with significant opportunities for advancement.
Currently, there is again a wave of immigration, of people who discover Argentina as the country of their future.
The current immigration laws continue to allow people from all over the world to settle legally in this country. Even could be right time, to think about it ... couldn't it?
Spanish language schools and private teachers
Across the country, Argentina offers the possibility to study Spanish.
Many schools, some of them of very high quality, give foreigners the opportunity to study the Spanish language.
We also find a high number of private teachers/tutors in all parts of the country willing to dictate private lessons.
• Information regarding accredited Spanish schools & Spanish private teachers
Is the Argentine Spanish a real Spanish?
As in all Latin American countries (= 90% of Spanish native speakers) the second person of the plural in the verbs is not used.
It should be noted that in Argentina vos is used instead of tú (Voseo) and that verbs in the present tense are slightly differently conjugated/accentuated.
This particular way of speaking Spanish is officially recognized by the Royal Spanish Academy as a regional form of the Spanish language.
Of course, beyond that, in (almost) all schools the teachers and all private teachers/tutors are trained to teach Spanish in the form of tú and vosotros.