What is the difference between Spanish in Spain and Spanish in Mexico?
Spain's Spanish is often called Castilian Spanish. Mexican Spanish is less formal than Castilian.
Mexicans are from Mexico and Spaniards are from Spain. Mexico is in North America and Spain is in Europe. Spanish is the name of a language that oroiginates in Spain and is spoken in many other countries, including in Mexico. Mexican is a word referring to a person from Mexico, or to something that is related in some way to Mexico. Spaniards are Caucasian and Mexicans can be Caucasian or of Native American descent, or…
Spanish refers to people specifically from Spain, or to the language spoken in Spain and in Mexico, Central America, and South America. People who are from Mexico or Central or South America are mosthly decents from Spanish people, but they are called latin Americans or hispanic because we speak the castilian language
Mexico is located in North America and south of Texas. The Philippines is located in Southeast Asia. The Philippines and Mexico does have something in common: Spanish Colonization. From 1565 to 1821, the Philippines was part of Mexico when Mexico was NEW SPAIN. And New Spain is now modern-day Mexico.
During colonial times, The Philippines (Spanish: Islas Filipinas) colony was administered from the New Spain (present-day Mexico). Once Mexico won its war of independence against Spain in 1821, many of the ties between The Philippines and Mexico were severed, as the islands continued to be a colony of Spain until the Spanish-American War (1898).