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Spanish is now spoken in some 16 countries in the Americas and on three islands in the Caribbean. Which we will dive into a little bit later. Pretty cool, huh?
There are some differences, sure, but nothing major. The same thing happens when someone from Spain visits Latin America or when someone from Argentina goes to Spain.
Aside from the use of slang and certain Spanish idioms , essentially all variations of Spanish are mutually understood worldwide.
This happened to May and Jim in Puerto Rico. May was born and raised in Mexico, and Jim speak Mexican Spanish fluently. The first two or three days we spent on the island, Puerto Rican, the Spanish spoken there sounded like a whole new language.
Boricuas or Puerto Ricans speak fast! But after a couple of days we got used to the sounds and rhythm of Puerto Rican Spanish.
We spent over a month around the island and we never had any problems communicating with the locals. Some vocabulary was different, but it was easy to understand the meaning of most new words by context.
Look up local slang and find any major vocabulary differences, this will help you hit the ground running once you arrive. Spaniards i.
Argentinians pronounce. This is especially true when it comes at the end of the word. Dropping sounds at the end of words can be heard in specific parts on Spain too but it is far more noticeable in the Caribbean and some countries in South America.
Do the locals speak English in Latin America? Yes, but…some English is spoken in areas where there is a lot of tourism.
If you want to immerse yourself in the true culture of the places you visit, you have to at least know the basics of Spanish.
In smaller cities and towns it can be hard to find people who speak English, so it pays to speak the language. Make sure you get my free Latin American Spanish phrase guide.
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Who is involved? How does it work? The Pew Research Center ranked Spain as the 16th out of 34 European countries in levels of religiosity, which is lower than Italy , Portugal and Poland , but much higher than the United Kingdom and the Nordic countries.
Catholicism has been present in the Iberian Peninsula since Roman times. According to the Spanish Center for Sociological Research, This same study shows that of the Spaniards who identify themselves as religious, Although a majority of Spaniards self-identify as Catholics, many younger generations ignore the Church's moral doctrines on issues such as pre-marital sex , sexual orientation , marriage or contraception.
October CIS survey . While Catholicism is still the largest religion in Spain, most Spaniards—and especially the younger—choose not to follow the Catholic teachings in morals, politics or sexuality, and do not attend Mass regularly.
Culture wars in Spain are far more related to politics than religion, and the huge unpopularity of typically religion-related issues like creationism prevent them from being used in such conflicts.
Revivalist efforts by the Catholic Church and other creeds have not had any significant success out of their previous sphere of influence.
However, when the Popular Party came into power in , the law was not revoked or modified. Changes to the divorce laws to make the process quicker and to eliminate the need for a guilty party have also been popular.
Abortion , contraception and emergency contraception are legal and readily available on par with Western European standards.
Spain is not a traditionally Orthodox country, as after the Great Schism of the Spanish Christians at that time controlling the northern half of the Iberian Peninsula remained in the Catholic sphere of influence.
The number of Orthodox adherents in the country began to increase in the early s, when Spain experienced an influx of migrant workers from Eastern Europe.
The dominant nationality among Spanish Orthodox adherents is Romanian as many as 0. Spain has been seen as a graveyard for foreign missionaries meaning lack of success among Evangelical Protestants.
Irreligion in Spain is a phenomenon that exists at least since the 17th century. During the Spanish civil war irreligious people were repressed by the Francoist side , while religion was largely abolished among the republicans.
During the Francoist dictatorship period irreligion was not tolerated, following the national-catholic ideology of the regime.
Irreligious people could not be public workers or express their thoughts openly. After the Spanish democratic transition , restrictions on irreligion were lifted.
However, some expressions of popular religiosity still thrive, often linked to Christian festivals and local patron saints. The continuing success of these festivals is the result of a mix of religious, cultural, social and economic factors including sincere devotion, local or family traditions, non-religious fiesta and partying , perceived beauty, cultural significance, territorial identity, meeting friends and relatives, increased sales and a massive influx of tourists to the largest ones.
The Pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela is not so popular among Spaniards but it attracts many visitors. Most if not all cities and towns celebrate a patron saint's festival, no matter how small or known, which often includes processions , Mass and the like but whose actual religious following is variable and sometimes merely nominal.
The recent waves of immigration , especially during and after the s, have led to a fast increasing number of Muslims. Nowadays, Islam is the second largest religion, but far behind Roman Catholicism and irreligion.
Almost , of them had Spanish nationality, most being immigrants that achieved the Spanish citizenship. Jews in Spain account for less than 0. Hinduism first arrived in Spain by Sindhi immigrants through British colony of Gibraltar in the early 20th century .
There are also small communities of Hindus from Nepal around and Bangladesh around The first Hindu temple in Ceuta city was completed in Buddhism didn't arrive in Spain until the late 20th century.
According to an estimation from , there are around 90, followers of Buddhism in Spain and a total number of around , adherents if sympathizers are included.
Paganism draws a minority in Spain. Sorginkoba Elkartea is a Basque Neopagan organisation active in the Basque countries.
Taoism has a presence in Spain, especially in Catalonia. The association has planned to expand the Temple of Purity and Silence as a traditional Chinese Taoist templar complex, the first Taoist temple of this kind in Europe.
A further Taoist temple was opened in by the Chinese community of Barcelona , led by Taoist priest Liu Zemin, a 21st-generation descendant of poet, soldier and prophet Liu Bo Wen A poll by the Obradoiro de Socioloxia  yielded the following results: .
A study carried out by the same institution in October showed that the percentage of Catholics has decreased overall, from Spain , it has been observed, is a nation-state born out of religious struggle mainly between Catholicism and Islam , but also against Judaism and, to a lesser extent, Protestantism.
The Reconquista against Al Andalus ending in , the establishment of the Spanish Inquisition and the expulsion of Jews were highly relevant in the union of Castile and Aragon under the Catholic Monarchs Isabel and Fernando , followed by the persecution and eventual expulsion of the Moriscos in The Counter-Reformation — was especially strong in Spain and the Inquisition was not definitively abolished until , thus keeping Islam, Judaism, Protestantism and parts of the Enlightenment at bay for most of its history.
Before Christianity, there were multiple beliefs in the Iberian Peninsula including local Iberian , Celtiberian and Celtic religions, as well as the Greco - Roman religion.
According to a medieval legend , the apostle James was the first to spread Christianity in the Roman Iberian Peninsula. There is no factual evidence of this [ citation needed ] but he later became the patron saint of Spaniards and Portuguese, originating the Way of St James.
There is some archaeological evidence of Christianity slowly penetrating the Peninsula from Rome and Roman Mauretania via major cities and ports, especially Tarragona , since the early 2nd century.
The Paleo-Christian Necropolis of Tarragona , with 2, discovered tombs, dates back to the second half of the 3rd century. Theodosius I issued decrees that effectively made Nicene Christianity the official state church of the Roman Empire.
As Rome declined, Germanic tribes invaded most of the lands of the former empire. In the years following the Visigoths —who had converted to Arian Christianity around —occupied what is now Spain and Portugal.
The Visigothic Kingdom established its capital in Toledo ; it reached its high point during the reign of Leovigild Visigothic rule led to a brief expansion of Arianism in Spain, however the native population remained staunchly Catholic.
The Council of Lerida in constrained the clergy and extended the power of law over them under the blessings of Rome. The multiple Councils of Toledo definitively established what would be later known as the Catholic Church in Spain and contributed to define Catholicism elsewhere.
By the early 8th century, the Visigothic kingdom had fragmented and the fragments were in disarray, bankrupt and willing to accept external help to fight each other.
Tariq's commander, Musa bin Nusair , then landed with substantial reinforcements. Taking advantage of the Visigoths' infighting, by the Muslims dominated most of the peninsula, establishing Islamic rule until During this period the number of Muslims increased greatly through the migration of Arabs and Berbers, and the conversion of local Christians to Islam known as Muladis or Muwalladun with the latter forming the majority of the Islamic-ruled area by the end of the 10th century.
Most Christians who remained adopted Arabic culture, and these Arabized Christians became known as Mozarabs. While under the status of dhimmis the Christian and Jewish subjects had to pay higher taxes than Muslims and could not hold positions of power over Muslims.
The era of Muslim rule before is often considered a "Golden Age" for the Jews as Jewish intellectual and spiritual life flourished in Spain.
Here they established the great pilgrimage centre of Santiago de Compostela. In , when the Almohads took control of Muslim Andalusian territories, they reversed the earlier tolerant attitude and treated Christians harshly.