Eventually, your love for Tango will lead you to visit Buenos Aires. Learning Argentine Spanish is the starting point of your travel.

Here is a list to our recommendations to help you to lear Argentine Spanish:

Che, boludo!By James Bracken, Ediciones Continente,  61 pages. Reviewed by Stephen Page On a recent sunny spring day, while wandering the streets of Buenos Aires, searching for a café where I could sit outside at a table and sip an espresso while looking at the passers-by (a popular Argentine custom), I detoured into a bookstore. On the very first shelf I came to, I found a pocket-sized book titled Che Boludo, with the subtitle: A Gringo’s Guide to Understanding the Argentines. I opened the book and discovered it was a dictionary of sorts, filled with words I had never read before.  The words were contemporary Argentine slang, and the definitions were in English.   Read more…

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