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Northern Region: El Cibao The largest region is , which spreads through the north, northeast, and central parts of the country.
There you will find the longest, highest mountain ranges and fertile land.
Stores, known as , line the streets and you can hear Dominican hip-hop, salsa, reggaeton, bachata, and dembow music.
The Spanish spoken in this region is full of slang that changes constantly, riddled with both American and Puerto Rican influences.
The beaches are beautiful, as this is the Caribbean Coast of the country. In La Romana, and especially Punta Cana, you will find the largest hotels and resorts in the country.
Many Dominicans from all over travel there to work.
For example, instead of saying “pegado” (stuck), a Dominican Spanish speaker would say “pega’o.” Related: Your Ultimate Guide to Caribbean Spanish Another feature of the Dominican accent shared with other Spanish speakers from (the Caribbean) is eliminating or aspirating the letter “s.” The common phrase “Que tengas un buen día” (Have a good day) sounds like “Que tenga’ un buen día.” Dominicans also have the habit of shortening common words and phrases. Each region has its own customs, accent, and expressions.
The nation’s capital of Santo Domingo is in the southern region of the country.Unlike in the rest of the country, El Este is much quieter and docile.The Spanish spoken in this region is the most “neutral” in the country.The distinct language of the Dominican Republic is due to its indigenous , African, Spanish, and American influences.The Spanish spoken in the Dominican Republic has its own accent, vocabulary, and colloquial expressions.