How many official speaking spanish countries are there?
There are 21 countries with Spanish as an official language.
There are twenty countries in the world that list Spanish as their official language. A few of these countries are Paraguay, Equatorial Guinea, Ecuador, and Uruguay.
there are 21 Spanish speaking countries in the world
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There are 12-13 Spanish speaking countries in North America.
Mexico Guatemala Costa Rica Honduras Salvador Panama Nicaragua Are the seven Spanish speaking Central American countries. While Belize is a country in South America, it's official language is actually English -- though many citizens do speak Spanish.
There are many Spanish-speaking countries in the world. Some of these countries include Spain, Mexico, Guatemala, Chile, as well as Argentina.
Spanish-speaking countries of Central America are Guatemala, Nicaragua, Honduras, El Salvador, Costa Rica and Panama. The only official language of Belize is English, but Spanish is widely used and officially recognized as a regional language. In the Caribbean: Cuba and the Dominican Republic. Puerto Rico is also Spanish-speaking but is a territory of the United States. The islands of San Andres and Providencia are part of Colombia, which is Spanish-speaking, but most residents speak a… Read More
Spanish is an unofficial main (or significant language) in the following countries: Argentina Chile Mexico Nicaragua United States Uruguay Andorra, Belize, and Gibraltar also have very large Spanish-speaking populations.
The official language of many countries of Latin America is Spanish, excluding Brazil, where the official language is Portuguese.
These countries are German-speaking: Germany Austria Switzerland Liechtenstein Luxembourg The Province of Bolzano-Bozen (Italy) It is also their official language or one of their official languages.
As an official language only in Guinea Ecuatorial but in Morocco there are two cities which belong to Spain: Ceuta and Melilla (Spanish names I don't know how to say that in English. I think I'll ask)
As the Spanish Empire grew, the bullfight was introduced into newly conquered countries. That is how it came to Mexico and many countries in Central and South America.
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Nine countries in South America use Spanish as their official language. Many of the words in Argentina sound more like Italian than Spanish. Jo instead of Yo.
There are over 21 countries in which Spanish is declared the official language. Some countries, such as the Philippines and the United States, contain significant numbers of hispanophones (Spanish-speakers), despite that it is not the official language in those countries.
The county of Equatorial Guinea has French and Spanish as official languages. And most of the other countries have either French or English as official languages.
Spanish is spoken in many South American countries, but it is only "official" in these 7 countries: Colombia Peru Venezuela Ecuador Bolivia El Salvador Paraguay
No. Many Spanish-speaking countries also have strong populations of English, Chinese, French, German, and in fact most international languages, just as a lot of nations do.
The following 4 continents have countries that speak Spanish as an official language: Africa Europe North America South America
There are a total of 9 countries who speak Spanish. They are: Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Columbia, Ecuador, Paraguay, Peru, Uruguay, and Venezuela. (Spanish is the official language in all but Argentina, Chile, and Uruguay) Brazil, colonized by the Portuguese, is the only major country where Spanish is not the national language. The other countries are Guyana (English), Suriname (Dutch), and French Guiana (part of France).
There are many more than just ten countries that speak Spanish. The following is the list of 21 countries that most schools will provide students as the list of "official Spanish-speaking countries," but of this list only 14 have Spanish as an official language, another six have it as a primary, Puerto Rico is actually a commonwealth of the U.S. and there are several others that have a heavy Spanish language use, but do not… Read More
Spanish is the primary, official, or co-official language in 21 countries*, but many more have majority or substantial Spanish speaking populations. Most of these were at one time Spanish colonies in the Americas. Spanish is an official language in 14 countries: Bolivia Colombia Costa Rica Cuba Ecuador El Salvador Equatorial Guinea Guatemala Honduras Panamá Paraguay Perú SpainMexico (Spanish or Castilian is the everyday language) Venezuela It is the de facto national language in 6 more… Read More
There are 14 countries that have Spanish as an official language, six that have it as the primary language and Puerto Rico has it as an official de facto language, but also shares English as the official language. Spanish is an official language only in these 14 countries: 1. Bolivia 2. Colombia 3. Costa Rica 4. Cuba 5. Ecuador 6. El Salvador 7. Equatorial Guinea (with French) 8. Guatemala 9. Honduras 10. Panama 11. Paraguay… Read More
Puerto Rico, Cuba, and the Dominican Republic are primarily spanish speaking countries. Spanish is spoken on many of the other islands and depending on where you go on a given island, it may also be the primary language.
No one living in Guam speaks spanish, but some Visitors may be from Spanish speaking countries.
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
Because of the proximity of the U.S. to Spanish speaking countries, and the resulting immigration.
Because the French colonised many countries in the 1700s through late 1800s. The same can be said of other countries and their languages. English, Spanish and Portuguese are good examples, as the British, Spanish and Portuguese colonised many countries, as did the French.
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Many countries are dealing with Spain and other Spanish-speaking countries, so it may be interesting to learn some Spanish, yes. In the meantime, you can leave some of your Spanish questions on this web site. We will sure do our best to answer them!
They do speak Spanish in many South American countries. However, in some countries Portuguese is the official language. Many people can also speak a secondary language.
Three Kings' Day, or Epiphany, is celebrated on the 6th of January in many Catholic cultures, including Spanish-speaking countries. It is observed to commemorate the revelation of God the Son, in human form, as Jesus.
22 countries and territories are considered Spanish-speaking in the world. Puerto Rico is the only non-independent Spanish speaking territory as it is an autonomous territory of the U.S. although it functions similar to a nation. The United States is increasingly considered a Spanish speaking nation due to a large Hispanic population and the fact that nearly all students take it in either high school or college and the government and businesses now conduct many functions… Read More
Many South Americans speak Spanish but four countries do not speak Spanish as their primary language. Brazil - Portuguese Suriname - Dutch/English Guyana - English/Dutch French Guiana - French The nations of Suriname (Dutch Guiana) and Guyana (British Guiana) have large Spanish-speaking populations. French Guiana is an overseas department, therefore considered part of France.
Uruguay, Argentina and, of course, Spain.
The Spanish verb 'ir' means 'go' or 'to go'. 'Iremos' can be used to say "we will go". This form is used in almost all Spanish speaking countries. Many Spanish speaking countries also use this form; 'vamos a ir'. (Note; 'iremos' is not used in Argentina.)
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… Read More
The only country in Europe which has its official language as Spanish is Spain, but it is officially recognised in Andorra.
Only 7 actually have Spanish as an official language: Colombia Peru Venezuela Ecuador Bolivia El Salvador Paraguay
None. All countries in Central America are Spanish-speaking, except Belize, where English is the dominant language.
There are many Spanish-speaking countries south of the United States, but the one that is adjacent is Mexico.
Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Libya, Egypt, Mauritania, Sudan Other countries have Arabic speaking regions, but these are the countries which have Arabic as their official language.
Cats and dogs, followed by small birds, fish and some reptiles. This is as common as it gets, as "Spanish speaking countries" include three continents (North America, South America, Europe) as well as many climates and biomes.
There are 20 countries, not including Puerto Rico. They are: Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Equatorial Guinea, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Spain, Uruguay, and Venezuela. Spanish is also the official language of the U.S. commonwealth of Puerto Rico.
18 (19 if you count Puerto Rico).
One. As a former colony of Portugal, Brazil is the only South American country where Portuguese, not Spanish, is the official language. Portuguese is a compulsory subject for school children in nearby Argentina and Uruguay. But the official languages of the two countries is Spanish.
There are many countries that have a Spanish-speaking population of ZERO, including: China North Korea South Korea Japan Vietnam Taiwan Laos Burma Sri Lanka Iran
The US is a country, so there are no countries in the US. There are states in the USA. To add to that, there are no areas in the US that has an official language other than English. Spanish is spoken in many communities by immigrants but all official transactions should be conducted in English. If you meant to ask which countries speak Spanish, see the related question link below.