The Spanish language is also called "castellano" which comes from one of the Spanish regions with the name "Castilla" where it was spoken first.
In Spain there are some other languages similar to the Spanish language spoken, such as "catalán", "valenciano", "gallego" y "vasco", but Spanish is the official one. Especially in Barcelona, Bilbao and in some towns of Galicia, people usually speak their regional languages, even if they understand the Spanish language.
In Málaga people speak the Spanish language with a small accent called "andaluz", which means basically that the "s" and some word suffixes are not pronounced.
At Academia AIFP you will learn "castellano" but we will also give you an insight into the Andalusian accent and even show you how Spanish is spoken in Latin America.
La Real Academia Española is the official institution
taking care of the Spanish language in Spain. It was founded in 1713 by
Juan Manuel Fernández Pacheco and constituted in 1714 by King Felipe V.
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