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Tropicalsenior

Tropicalsenior

15 hours ago, farcego said:

but it is more a regional way of speaking...

As you say, so much of this is regional. I should have prefaced with, 'Here in Costa Rica...' In so many ways, Spain and Costa Rica speak an entirely different language.

15 hours ago, farcego said:

chancho (this one is less used, btw)

This is predominantly used here.

I studied Spanish for years but when I came here I had to learn Costa Rican.

Tropicalsenior

Tropicalsenior

15 hours ago, farcego said:

but it is more a regional way of speaking...

As you say, so much of this is regional. I should have prefaced with, here in Costa Rica... In so many ways, Spain and Costa Rica speak an entirely different language.

15 hours ago, farcego said:

chancho (this one is less used, btw)

This is predominantly used here.

I studied Spanish for years but when I came here I had to learn Costa Rican.

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