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Italian in Argentina



Argentina is one of the largest and beautiful countries located in South America. Argentina offers visitors a wide variety of tourist attractions and a good environment to a pleasant holiday. Over time this country has been able to overcome many kinds of problems and excel in many areas such as sports like football, Volleyball and Rugby.

Languages in Argentina


Throughout its history, Argentina has suffered many changes mainly due to the influence of other cultures; this has been the cause of many changes in the way of thinking and of course in the language. Currently, the official language of Argentina is the Spanish language that is spoken by at least 95% of the population. Argentina is the largest country that employs “voceo”, which is the use of the pronoun “vos” instead of “tú” (you), this is because of the influence of Italian language in this county.

Although, there are many recognized languages such as Quechua, Guarani and the Araucano, Italian is a language that had a great importance. Italian language came to Argentina with the first European immigrants from Italy specially the ones settled in the Río de la Plata basin. Currently, with more than 1.5 million Italian Speakers, Italian is the second most spoken language in Argentina.

As you gain proficiency in your language skills, you can practice typing by using a free online Italian typing test. Freetypingtest.org will allow you to become fluent and confident in communicating in this language.

Learning Italian in Argentina


As the second most spoken language, Italian is widely taught in Argentina, so it is not difficult to find  languages schools or independent teachers with whom you can learn Italian. The following is a list with some renowned language schools in Argentina.
  • Rainbow Idiomas.
  • Istituto Italiano di Cultura Buenos Aires.
  • Istituto Italiano di Cultura Cordoba.
  • Languages WORLDWIDE.
  • Dante Alighieri De Ramos Mejía.
  • FRIENDS' School.
Although, learning Italian is not compulsory in Argentina, it is always advisable because, as with any language, this will open many doors for you. You can also learn to speak Italian through internet, where you will find a large range of resources to learn Italian online, this brings many advantages such as books, guides, videos and free audios which will be very helpful, you can also talk with native speakers through a free webcam to improve your pronunciation and vocabulary.


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