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May 25, 2017 - 01:23 AM
In a word, no ... I don't at all think it's necessary to study Euro Spanish if you already have a solid base in L.A. Spanish. I think you would find the differences trivial, and not worth the investment in time or money. I've studied a bit of both (years apart), and it struck me that the two courses offer differences akin to British and American English. The good citizens in Spain will understand you if you start speaking with an Ecuadorian accent. And if you happen to use some vocabulary that's specific to a Latin American country, you'll all have a nice laugh and figure it all out over a glass of rioja.