33.3 million people speak Spanish at home in the United States. Spanish is the second most spoken language in the US.
Because so many people come here from Bolivia its so cool. That or they speak spanish because its a cool language.
About 35.5 million Americans speak Spanish, but only 12,000,000 Americans are native speakers of the Spanish language.
35.5 million people that speak spanish in the United States of America
About 36 Million
Yep, many Americans know to speak Spanish.
35 million people in the U.S. speak spanish. About 500 million people in the world speak spanish.
12% of the us population speaks spanish
Hawaii is a US state, so most people there speak English. Of course anyone who studied Spanish or moved to Hawaii from a Spanish-speaking area would speak Spanish as well. Others may also speak Hawaiian, the original language of the islands, and there are many people of Asian origin.
people speak spanish
As of 2012, it was reported by the US Census Bureau that 4,303,949 people in California speak Spanish as their first language. This is 13.70 percent of the population. The total number of Spanish speakers in California is around 9.966 million people.
As of 2011, about 36 million.
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.
As of 2018, there are about 37 million people who speak Spanish as their first language. This number does not include undocumented spanish speakers in the US, which may number between 10 million and 12 million people.
Usually the US people speak only English. However, some learn Spanish, French, Arabic, and Russian.
Us Mexicans speak many laguages we speak spanish English and some can speak more but they have to learn
There are many Spanish-speaking countries south of the United States, but the one that is adjacent is Mexico.
As of 2011, there are about 315,000,000 people in the US. And 305,000,000 of them speak English.
Not all people with Hispanic surnames are Hispanic or speak Spanish. There are many US citizens whose fathers and grandfathers were immigrants from Latin American countries, but who have never learned Spanish. Similarly, people of the Philippines born of Spanish intermarriages may have only spoken Tagalog for generations.
Well, it is in the US, so they speak English. But, there are people who speak Spanish.
As of 2011, about 35 million people in the U.S. speak spanish, but the main language in the U.S. is English (spoken by over 300 million)
About 36 Million native speakers, and about 5 million who speak it as a second language.
Note that Spanish is the most widley spoken romance language in the world. It is spoken by hundreds of millions of people. They speak it because their anscestors adopted it and passed it down. Spanish spread very widely because, at one time, the Spanish empire was very powerful. Ask yourself why so many people in the world speak English. Very much of it has to do with the US being a superpower and the Brittish Empire None of the above answers the question. They should speak Spanish because they can speak Spanish. It is better to speak 2 languages than 1, and it is better to speak 3 languages than 2. For this very same reason, however, instead of insisting that the US cater to them and adopt a second language, they slould learn English. Push 1 for English, push 2 for Spanish is not a suitable sustitute.
Spanish is the second most common language (after English) spoken in the United States with 1 in 10 U.S. residents who speak Spanish.