Speaking about language variation, I have recently learned some words in Mexican Spanish. I must tell you: Spanish is the same as English in the sense that it has lots of regional variations, depending on WHERE the language is spoken. Some of them are just differences in vocabulary (lexical categories: nouns, verbs, adjectives, etc) , but there are more complex ones related to the fields of Phonetics (Tonicity, Intonation, etc) and Grammar (differences in sentence construction, etc)
Here are some differences in VOCABULARY, as heard in Mexico, Argentina and Spain. I will be adding more as they come up…
NOUNS : CLOTHES
I have come across some more!!
NOUNS: FRUITS & CEREALS