Tag Archives: Argentina

Guarani in Paraguay: An Indigenous Outlier

When you think of the languages of South America, it’s a fair bet that Portuguese and Spanish are the first ones most people will come up with. English, French, and Dutch might also get a mention owing to colonial history. But in addition to these, there are a wealth of indigenous languages spoken, some of which share(…)


Time to Head Down South: Bariloche, Argentina

This week for Travel Tuesday we are going a little further afield in our adventures. You will still need a European language so pack your Spanish phrasebook, and get yourself ready for a visit to Bariloche in Argentina. San Carlos de Bariloche, more commonly known as Bariloche, is a city in the province of Rio(…)


7 Unmissable Argentine Films & How They Can Help You Learn Spanish

Argentine Spanish is unique in its grammar, accent and its large amount of slang known as lunfardo. One excellent way to get used to this different variety of Spanish, which the locals call castellano, is dive in to Argentina’s film culture. Take a look at our pick of top films from the dynamic country: El(…)


10 All Time Classic Songs from Argentina

If you love music then you’ll have a lot of fun learning Spanish. From Spain to Cuba and from Mexico to Chile you’ll find that each Spanish-speaking country has a rich musical heritage. Argentina has its very own brand of music, influenced by the country’s history and spiced with its love for tango. Here are(…)