To enrich the language, we must re-read our thinkers. Retomemos then one of these promises, especially one that is based on the integration of the continent and founded thinking. Fernando Enrique Cardoso us speak of a South American integration by axes and in terms of the language if the Brazilians understand us well when we talk about why the Spanish speakers can not understand them? If the language is identity factor, which binds us to the past and projected future why not join the Portuguese and the Spanish, to enrich it (but not as understood by the Orthodox and purist: individually enrich the vocabulary) we owe it to an intellectual tradition of the continent and with this infinitely enriqueceremos language: unite the two traditions, which in turn are linked by strong historical ties. With this we will renew the language because as the skin of snakes language is renewed in time cycles that are now contaminated by excessive academicism and loved by the Academy estructuralismos American and purchased by the Latin American Academy. Thinking is not bought: it’s as free as air and its manifestation is des interested; Today water is a product and that we do not reach high of channelled rivers. The language pollution is contamination of the thought. Debugging it is decontaminated it, enrich it. Entangled as we are into conservatism throbbing is good thinking in collective and convert individual charity by the concrete utopia, which will have an impact as the waves of the water in the more broadband trembling wave. If we are, is good to think that the Ibero American United by a strong cultural bond, take your consciousness to create a literature and a common language. By this I mean, that the two languages most widely spoken in our Latin American continent and common: the Spanish and the Portuguese are one; We understand how we understand us Colombians and Argentines; Venezuelan and Paraguay; This is not difficult if we see that both languages come from the common origin of latin and as said Baldomero Sanin Cano, are two ways of talking latin.