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Language Academy of Ecuador

Founded in Quito in 1874, this academy has benefited from the contribution of scholars such as Piedad Larrea Borja, author of “The Way Women Speak in Quito” and “Some Quixotisms in Ecuadorian Speech” and Galo René Pérez, creator of a sober and elegant style reflected, for example, in his autobiography “Water that Flows Down the […]

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Academy of Letters of Uruguay

Like the rest of the language academies of the pan-Hispanic world, this academy aims to: – Preserve and enrich the Spanish spoken in Uruguay; – Promote the development and dissemination of the variety of Uruguayan Spanish. This academy was created by Decree-Law No. 10,360 of February 10, 1943. Some scholars Francisco Bauza, journalist, politician and […]

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Bolivian Language Academy

The Royal Spanish Academy was founded in 1713 by the Marquis of Villena Juan Manuel Fernández Pacheco. Its predecessor was the French Academy, founded in 1637 by Cardinal Richelieu, but the initiative for this rich idea was originated by Plato in Athens, with his Academy, where he taught philosophy and much more. The need for […]

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