Within any language or language group, there may be significant changes in speech, vocabulary, and pronunciation. The term used to describe these changes is called a dialect. Some words or phrases that exist in one dialect may exist or be absent from different Spanish dialects. The most common Spanish dialects in the Spanish language is varied from region to region.
The main Spanish dialects are the Castillian Spanish Dialects and
Different Spanish dialects of the Spanish language are spoken in many different nations and regions around the world, most commonly throughout the world.
However, the differences in regional dialects may not make one Spanish speaker nearly incomprehensible to another. In most cases, the different Spanish dialects don’t have a specific written form of the language, but there’s usually a certain amount of literature that accompanies each Spanish dialects.
Interested in a further study into Spanish or confused on where to start? I recommend reading our Spanish Beginners Guide