Grammar of the Castilian Language Intended for Use by Americans


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The Gramática de la lengua castellana destinada al uso de los americanos (Grammar of the Castilian Language Intended for Use by Americans) of Andrés Bello laid the laws of Castilian Language in America and was an element of identity which, in the 19th century, represented the breadth of the language spoken throughout both the Iberian Peninsula and the West.
Andrés Bello received a BA in arts, which awakened his interest in philosophy, science, and literature. He also learned English and French and began work on linguistic and philological research and finished the first version of his ideological analysis of Spanish conjugation.