I am an American living in the DR, they seem to have a distinct different twist on the Spanish language, like the difference between the US and GBritain English. I think its ok for each country to develop its own distinct language, while understanding the broader language base. Changing the Spanish letters ch and ll will prove very costly for the poorer countries, so they will just ignore the change and continue to be different for different reasons.
Easy-to-use downloadable flash cards containing each of the 100 civics (history and government) questions and answers on the naturalization test in Spanish.
Typical phonological analyses of Spanish consider the consonants , , and the and their corresponding approximants , , and allophonic and derivable by . However, approximants may be the more basic form because monolingual Spanish-learning children learn to produce the continuant contrast between and before they do the lead voicing contrast between and . (In comparison, English-learning children are able to produce adult-like voicing contrasts for these stops well before age three.) The allophonic distribution of and produced in adult speech is not learned until after age two and not fully mastered even at age four.