Peruvian English is getting an update, but it’s a very different experience to the English you’ve come to expect from most foreign languages in the world.
The new system, which debuted on September 9, will let you speak a much wider range of words than ever before.
And it’s free.
Peru’s government recently announced a program to support a native-language immersion program called Noye Tintié.
It’s a pilot program that aims to “create a new way of understanding the world and creating a shared sense of national identity.”
It’s an initiative that has the support of Peruvian President Pedro Pablo Kuczynski, who recently described it as a “pioneering project.”
“I would like to be the first to say, it’s really exciting,” Kucson said at a news conference in Lima, Peru.
“The government of Peru has shown a great interest in developing this new way to understand the world.”
What is Peruvian?
The Peruvian language is a mix of a blend of Portuguese and English that is often used in its own right.
The two languages have different meanings and different grammar rules, and the English-speaking world has long considered them to be two separate languages.
But for many of us, the Peruvian is just one language in a global language family.
The language has more than 100 million speakers and has spoken on both the European continent and in South America.
It is one of the world’s most widely spoken languages.
It has over 1.4 billion speakers in Latin America, with more than a million in South and Central America.
Peruvian speakers tend to be younger and more affluent than their Spanish-speaking counterparts, so the language has been relatively stable over the past 100 years.
Today, about 1.6 billion people speak the language.
But the language itself is evolving, too.
Today, many people in the United States, Brazil, Mexico, and Argentina speak English as their primary language.
However, the language is changing rapidly.
English is becoming increasingly difficult to learn, and there are many different ways to learn the language, so there are more languages spoken in the U.S. than ever.
A recent Pew Research Center survey found that Spanish has the largest number of speakers in the country, followed by English.
The country has about 4 million people speaking Spanish and about 1 million people in Latin American languages.
But the language’s evolution has not been without its controversies.
In 2012, the National Institute of Languages and Cultures of Peru warned that the language could become “a tool of global domination.”
The report warned that its loss of influence could lead to a “pervasive global dominance of English.”
And in 2016, President Pedro Kuczman signed a bill that called for the creation of a new “peru-language community” that would help revitalize the language and improve its cultural value.
The new program is a new kind of immersion that will be different from the one we’ve been using for years, said Pedro Armas, Peruvian program director at the Universidad de los Andes in La Paz, a region in the Perú province.
He added that this is an example of Peruvians “having the courage to be a minority language.”
Armas says that Peruvian speakers have been very successful in learning the language over the years, and he said the program will offer an opportunity for people who are “not fluent in English to be part of a broader community and learn a lot of other things.”
For example, they will be able to learn Spanish or French to learn different aspects of the language—for example, the grammar of words, how to pronounce names, and more.
Armas said that this will also allow Peruvials to learn how to improve their language skills.
For example, students who are not fluent in the language can use the new program to learn about the way a new word is used in everyday life.
For example: in the morning, people who speak the new language will ask each other to say a word in English, and people who don’t speak the same language can ask each of them to say the same word in their own language.
They will also be able, if they want, to learn new grammar rules.
Peruvians can learn English or Spanish in their homes, but in many areas they will have to learn it in public spaces.
For instance, in Lima’s historic center, you will find an entrance for Peruvias only, called the “Peru House.”
It will be a public space, where people can use English or French in the same way they use their native language, but English speakers can also be called “English speakers.”
Aras says that this means that Peruans can have more than one language at home, even if their families speak English or English.
“If you have three families, you can have five different languages, and that’s a great thing,” he said.