Spanish-speaking people live in many areas of the United States. In most of the southwest (Texas, New Mexico, Arizona and California) Spanish is widely spoken, and in some places the street signs are bilingual.
Where are "the following"/ Anyway, Mexico has the largest Spanish speaking population followed by USA,Spain and Colombia
English and Spanish are the most common ones, with many different dialects that the Native American people speak.
English, Spanish, Navajo, German, Chinese, French and Tagalog are the main ones.Such as question can be answered very broadly, in the sense that many people, from all over the world, immigrate to the United States.Arizona is a primarily English speaking state, with a secondary Spanish speaking populous, and small groups of indigenous natives living in that, as in many other states, who speak unwritten languages.Arizona is a state of the USA.A knowledge of the English language would be helpful.
1st Hialeah Gardens, FL 2nd Hialeah, FL 3rd Miami, FL those are the top most spanish speaking cities in the USA
New Mexico has more Spanish speakers then English.
United States (USA) is "Los Estados Unidos" abbreviated EE.UU.
well as you should know near the bottom of the USA. is Mexico. in Mexico many people speak Spanish so as these immigrants 'migrate' to the USA. they become part of the community. some states that have Spanish people are Arizona, and Florida.
I don't believe that it is. Although speaking Spanish in addition to English is definitely an advantage, I believe that speaking only Spanish and no English is a severe handicap. I speak both, but I believe that English is the most important language, since my job depends upon it.
There are 50 states in the USA.
USA has 50 states.
Well, there are a lot of Spanish-Speaking countries nearby (most countries in the Americas have Spanish as an official language). Many people come to the USA from those Spanish-speaking countries for work. Also, part of the USA used to belong first to Spain, then to Mexico, so there is a long history of both languages being used in the Southwest. Until the border fence went up, there were areas of the southwest were the border was very porus, as well. People in some towns on different sides of the Rio Grande/Rio Bravo would just wade across the river to shop and visit in the neighboring country on the other side of the river as easily as people in farmland areas can walk across to Canada and back. There are so many Spanish-speaking people in many areas of the US, now, many non-native speakers have started seeing it as advantageous to learn the language, too.
United States of America or USA for short is composed of many different states but Canada is not one of them. There are 50 states on the USA.
According to Wikipedia, Netflix began to stream films (presumably in Spanish) into Latin American (i.e. Spanish-speaking) countries in 2011. Whether these films are accessible in the UK/USA is another matter.
there were 30 states in the usa in 1849
North America consists of two countries: the USA (english speaking) and Canada (bilingual - French and English) For the rest - Spanish dominates South and Central America with the exception of Belize, Brazil, Guyana, Suriname and French Guiana
The country is the USA and there are 50 states total.
In 2013 there were 50 states in the USA.
There are currently 50 states in the USA.
There were 50 states in the USA in 1969.
There are 40 Million native Spanish speakers in the USA. But there should be more then 40 Million people in the USA who speak Spanish. Hard to say.