December 17, 2015 ·

Grammar book seeks to unify Spanish language

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Modern Spanish is full of differences in grammar, pronunciation and vocabulary in Spanish-speaking countries around the world. The aim of this new grammar book is to draw up joint rules for a language spoken by some 500 million people in more than 20 nations. To give you an idea of how important the book is, Spanish King Juan Carlos was given a copy of the new book.

Read more on BBC report ‘New grammar book seeks to ‘unify’ Spanish language‘ http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/europe/8407231.stm

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