How is Mexican Spanish different from Spain Spanish?
The main difference you're going to notice while speaking is the accent, and how they pronounce certain words. As some here have stated, in spanish from Spain there is a different sound for "z" and "s", while in mexican and latin american they are pronounced the same.
In terms of the number of speakers and dominance, the most prominent of the languages of Spain is Spanish (Castilian), spoken by about 99% of Spaniards as a first or second language. Catalan (or Valencian) is spoken by 19%, Galician by 5%, and Basque by 2% of the population.
- Freedom of religion is guaranteed by the Spanish Constitution, although the majority of the population is Catholic. Other religions also practised in Spain include Islam, Judaism, Protestantism, and Hinduism, all of which have places where to conduct their rituals.
- Mariano Rajoy. Mariano Rajoy, in full Mariano Rajoy Brey, (born March 27, 1955, Santiago de Compostela, Spain), Spanish politician who served as prime minister of Spain from 2011 to 2018.
- Paella. Originating in Valencia, paella is a rice dish prepared with meat or seafood and probably takes the crown in terms of being Spain's most famous food. It is a popular dish to have at large family gatherings in Spain, and the original Valencian version is with meat and vegetables.
Updated: 3rd October 2019