Different countries, different words in Spanish.

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Although we share the same language with different countries, we use different words. Here is an example of words we might use differently. Some are shared by some, some use old spanish words, yet we need to learn them all so we can travel and communicate everywhere we go!

España Argentina Puerto Rico México El Salvador  
autocar colectivo guagua camión camioneta  
acera vereda acera banqueta acera  
piscina pileta piscina alberca piscina  
cajón cajón gaveta cajón gaveta  
manzana cuadra manzana cuadra manzana  
americana saco gabán saco saco  
cazadora campera jacket chamarra chumpa  
calcetines zoquetes medias calcetines calcetines  
gabardina piloto capa impermeable capa  
gafas lentes espejuelos anteojos anteojos  
bañador malla Traje de baño Traje de baño calzoneta  
piso departamento apartamento departamento apartamento  

 

Do you know any other words that differ in the Spanish-speaking world?

About Laura Carbonell

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