A Guide to Argentinian Spanish
discover the local language
Speaking Argento eBook
The collection of more than 1,300 terms and sayings will help you become familiar with the richness of the Argentine Spanish. It includes slang, lunfardo, and colloquial expressions that you will likely run across in everyday conversations.
The truth About Spanish
Spanish vocabulary changes significantly from one country to the next. Yet, few people learn about this until they are in a country, stumbling through the local Spanish.
Are you learning Spanish?
Preparing to visit Argentina?
Or even just wanting to be more familiar with its specific slang and local words?
With this eBook, words like quilombo, gamba, macanudo, pibe and ortiba will no longer be a mystery!
Over 1,300 Words & Phrases Explained In English
Short Sections On: Argentine Grammar & Argentine Pronunciation
An Illustrated Section With Examples Of Common Argentine Gestures
9 Quick Vocabulary Table Guides
Praise and Testimonials
Funny way to learn! I bought it as a gift for a person who is learning Spanish. It explains lots of things in a funny way. It is quite short. It is perfect for laugh a bit while teaching Spanish.
Sofía ● Amazon Review
Jared is the go-to guy for anyone learning or considering learning Spanish, and he’ll blow you away with how much he knows about the Latin American varieties of the language.
Donovan Nagel ● Mezzofanti Guild: Community of Serious Language Learners
Romey translates common colloquialisms into English so that Americans can actually understand what the heck locals are saying when they visit South American countries.
Monica Garske ● AOL News
Is This Book for You?
you are moving to Argentina.
you have family in Argentina and want to communicate better.
you are Argentinian and want to express yourself better in English.
you already speak Spanish and want to improve your Argentinian Spanish.
you are traveling to Argentina.
you are sharing this book with kids.
you do not want to read or learn naughty (yet commonly used) local language.
this book will be your only resource to learn Spanish. (It is best used to complement resources and tools developed specifically to teach Spanish.)
you are just starting to learn Spanish.
A Guide to Argentine Spanish
About Jared & Speaking Latino
My name is Jared, and I am a native of the United States of America whose first serious attempt at learning languages began in my early twenties. Until then, I’d say, I had a more or less typical background. After age 5, I lived in one area of the country, never outside the US and had little exposure to Spanish. Then, in my early twenties, aseries of fortuitous circumstances completely changed my life.
I am not an educated linguist. I started as a language learner just like you. I’ve spent thousands of hours studying and speaking Spanish. I had a couple of years in my life when English barely existed. And with this, I know how difficult learning to communicate in Spanish may be.