I find that both are the same? May someone point out the differences?Thanks
You won't find a great deal of differences in grammar, the difference is more to do with vocabulary and expressions, the use of ustedes instead of vosotros in Latin America and a tendency to use the preterite tense when in Spain you may use the present perfect.
Here you can read a bit about these differences.
Lots of differences. I teach a class and find that often the local Mexicans say things differently from what I've learned. Learn the Spanish for your area as much as possible.
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