All spanish speaking countries in the world are respresented by immigrants in the U.S.
There are 12-13 Spanish speaking countries in North America.
The non spanish speaking countries in South America are Belize, Brazil, Guyana, Suriname, and French Guiana.
The Spanish speaking countries of S. America are: Colombia, Venezuela, Ecuador, Peru, Paraguay, Argentina, Bolivia, Chile and Uruguay. (These are the countries where Spanish predominates.)
South America has the greatest number of Spanish-speaking countries.
In the North American continent, the country of Mexico is the only Spanish speaking country. South America on the other hand, is filled with Spanish speaking countries.
Yes. All countries in Central America are Spanish-speaking except Belize.
also in central america
Depending on what you consider to be a continent, there are either three or four continents with Spanish-speaking countries: Europe, Africa, South America, and North America.
The Spanish-speaking countries in Central America are: Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, and Panama.
Almost all of them.
north and south America
"two spanish speaking countries in south America is Chile and Peru" is what was here before. The real answers are Bolivia and Paraguay.
Except for Brazil, Suriname, Guiana, and French Guyana, all other countries are spanish speaking ones.
Because the Spanish-speaking countries of South America were all once colonies of Spain.
It would be Spanish. That is if you count all the South American Spanish speaking countries as a whole.
Latin America are the Spanish, Portuguese and French speaking countries of the Western Hemisphere.