How some areas of Latin America have friendlier locals than others who never forget to wish you a good day (even if you are a complete stranger).
What does “barrio popular” mean in Latin America?
How easy is it to understand Italian if you speak Spanish?
Does speaking Spanish (or Portuguese) get you laid in Latin America?
How a few folks get annoyed seeing which flag is used to represent their language.
The rare Latin American might have difficulty understanding your Spanish in a gringo accent. It goes both ways though. Sometimes we might find the rare Latin American who, despite how good their English is, also has a rough accent to understand.
The situation where you encounter a new Spanish word or phrase that you don’t know but can decipher what it means by context in Latin America.
How Latin Americans are seemingly very generous with using the term “joven.”
Discussing how “x” is pronounced differently in various words and then wondering if some of the difference can be seen by class in Latin America.
Discussing the oddity of the phrase “de que?” From there, looking at how certain phrases sound weird to a non-native Spanish speaker and the different ways to say thanks in Spanish.