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I like watching videos to learn and I used to watch a show from Spain but the Spanish in this video ( seems different somehow. What kind is it? And, is this dialect particular to a country?

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Definitively mexican (I'm mexican by the way, they have a Mexico City accent) – Xocoatzin Apr 1 '14 at 2:53

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It is not a dialect. It is Spanish with mexican accent. It seems to be an episode of a Mexican TV show.

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So, it uses the same vocabulary as Spain? Some words sound different than a show in Madrid I watched. They use different words for general stuff like goodbye etc. I think.. – verve Mar 22 '14 at 14:56
@verve no, it doesn't. For instance, vale is mostly used in Spain, as are lots of other terms. – c.p. Mar 22 '14 at 16:42
It's the same as other languanges, for example english, you can note diferences between usa, jamaica, australia, brithish, etc – Emilio Gort Mar 22 '14 at 18:23
Do Madrid and Mexico pronounce the same words differently though? – verve Mar 23 '14 at 20:27
@verve Different countries pronounce different phonemes differently. For example, in most of Central and South America, as far as I know, the "soft" C sound (not the K sound) is pronounced as if it were an "S". For example, for the word "cocido" a spaniard would say something like "kozido", whereas a mexican would pronounce "kosido". Did I explain that somewhat properly? – pHonta Mar 24 '14 at 0:50

It's Mexican Spanish. It's no more a dialect than Irish English or Swedish German. If you want to know more, Wikipedia has excellent articles on regional variations of spanish. I'm particularly fond of this one.

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