Language set Castilian for Colombia is the country's official language and also the languages ​​and dialects of ethnic groups are official in their territories. There are approximately 65 indigenous languages ​​and two Creole languages ​​that are still preserved, among which the Wayuu language, the Paez, the Misak and the Embera.

In general, the diction of Spanish spoken in the Andean region of Colombia is one of the most neutral among Hispanic countries. However there are a variety of Spanish dialects, distinguished by differences in lexical (semantic), morphological, syntactic and intonation, but the lisp, yeismo and other features of American Spanish are common in all dialects.

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