Most countries have an "official national language"; there are 14 countries in the world that have Spanish as their official language, and 6 more (and a US territory) that have Spanish as the de facto national language (*).
Here is the list of countries by continent (with their capital in parenthesis):
Equatorial Guinea (Malabo) in West Africa
North and Central America
Mexico (Mexico City) *
Costa Rica (San JosÃ©)
Dominican Republic (Santo Domingo) *
El Salvador (San Salvador)
Guatemala (Guatemala City)
Nicaragua (Managua) *
Panama (Panama City)
Puerto Rico (San Juan) *
Argentina (Buenos Aires) *
Bolivia (La Paz)
Chile (Santiago) *
Uruguay (Montevideo) *
The national and official language is French.
Central America is composed of 7 different countries, each with its own official or national language. Most of the countries of central America are Spanish-speaking countries.
Normally, the main language is the official language in a country. In countries without an official language, such as the United States, the main language is called the national language.
There are more than 200 countries, recognized or unrecognized, and several have more than one official capital. There are also state, regional, or provincial capitals in many countries. For an update list of national capitals, see the related link below.
India has no national language. Hindi is one of the official languages, but it's not the national language.
There are 14 countries with Spanish as their official language, and 6 more where it is the national language, not including the US commonwealth of Puerto Rico. Three in Central America are Costa Rica, Guatemala, and Honduras.
The US, for one. In order to have a national language, it has to be written somewhere that an official national language exists. In the US there isn't any statement defining a national language. In addtion there are countries with more than one national language (Belgium, Switzerland for example).
Poland's official language is Polish.
There are 29 countries of which French is an official language. Seven other countries commonly speak French but have not named French an official language. Check out the related links for a list of the countries where French is an official language.
There are 29 countries that have french as their official language (francophone countries); Belgium, Benin, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cameroon, Canada, Chad, the Ivory Coast, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Djibouti, Equatorial Guinea, France, Haiti, Luxembourg, Madagascar, Mali, Monaco, Niger, Rwanda, Senegal, Seychelles, Switzerland, Togo and Vanuatu.There are many capitals in those countries that would have french as an official language.
There are four continents that are home to countries whose official language (at least one official language) is Spanish. Europe: Spain North America: Mexico South America: many countries! Africa: Equatorial Guinea
The official language of many countries of Latin America is Spanish, excluding Brazil, where the official language is Portuguese.