Is Castellon Spain the part of Spain where people..?

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  • Is Castellon Spain the part of Spain where people..?


Answer #1 | 11/10 2008 22:09
Spain is the part of Spain where they speak Castilian. And Latin America, as well. Since, you see, "castellano" is Spanish for...well....Spanish. Or it's actually a synonym for "español". Castellon is a smallish city in Valencia, where, for information, they speak valenciano, (a variation of catalán) as well as castellano.
Answer #2 | 14/10 2008 03:02
I think you are referring to Catalan in Catalonia, eastern Aragon, and the Balearic Islands and (in the same dialect continuum), as a variant of this, Valencian in the Valencian Community. Castile is a medieval kingdom that gradually merged with its neighbors to become the Crown of Castile and later the Kingdom of Spain. The language of Castile emerged as the primary language of Spain but is known to many of its speakers as castellano and in English sometimes as Castilian, but generally as Spanish. This is the typical Spanish learned in the US and is spoken all over Spain and Latin America.

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