okay so I've been studying Spanish for three years. is the Spanish spoken in Spain a lot different from the Spanish spoken in Mexico? I know you use the "vosotros" form and that with some of the s sounds it's kind of a lisp. but will I still be able to communicate?

@microwut

Of course you will be able to communicate! But bear in mind that Mexico’s and Spain’s cultures are not that similar, so here in Spain you won’t use the same vocabulary you learnt from mexican Spanish. But don’t worry, many words will still be the same.
About pronunciation, it also depends on the area you will be living in. There are many variations within Spain. “Standard Spanish” is spoken in middle-north Spain, in cities like Burgos, Salamanca or Valladolid. Some people say that people from these cities speak the “best Spanish”. I’m from this area myself. If you tell me in which region you will be living, I will be able to be more specific about the peculiarities you will find.

hEy are you from Spain? I saw that one post about that person fckin up about port o' rico lol. but anyways I'm going on a study abroad there next year and I have many questions.

@microwut

Yes, I’m from Spain. Feel free to ask whatever you want! :)

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