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How many people speak spanish in the world today?


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Answered 2009-12-11 03:53:57

About 417 million people today speak Spanish.


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As of 2012, about 410 million people speak Spanish as a first language, and another 60 million as a second language.

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330 million people around the world speak spanish

over 330 milllion people speak spanish in the whole world.

35 million people in the U.S. speak spanish. About 500 million people in the world speak spanish.

About 417 million people in the world speak Spanish as a first or other language.probably well over 5 or 6 hundred million people CAN speak Spanish? How many speak it as their primary language? around 350 million people.About 329 million people speak spanish on the Earth. :D

Probably every country has people that speak Spanish as their second language.

More people speak Spanish as a native tongue (first language) than English, but more people speak English as a second or third or fourth language than Spanish.

the are 10.3 milllion pussys that speak spanish in the world

Approximately 500 million speak Spanish, that includes native and non-native Spanish speakers

About 400 million people speak spanish as their native language. another 100 million speak it as a second language.

If you are asking how many people speak Spanish in the world, it is estimated that there are about 330 million to 400 million native speakers and another 100 million people who speak it as a second language.

as of 2011, about 350 million speak Spanish as a first language.330 million speaucersover 500 million

many Spanish people have learned to speak English, the same as English speaking people have learned to speak Spanish, this goes for almost any one who thinks it is great to learn different languages and it serves them well when travelling to different parts of the world.

The estimate of the number of Spanish-speaking people in the world was 417 million in 1999, and is now estimated as just over 500 million.

Spanish is the third most spoken language in the world. It began in Spain and now 500,000,000 people around the world speak is as their native language.

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So you can learn other countries culture Spanish is the third most spoken language in the world after Chinese and English. Spanish was originally from Spain but was exported with Spanish colonialism and has now become the official language of many countries. People tend to speak as the rest of their countrymen do.

People in Sacramenia most likely speak Castillian Spanish--what most of the world recognizes as "Spanish"--although there is some chance they could speak either Galician or Leonese.

spain is definitly on of them

20 Spanish Speaking CountriesPeople all around the world speak Spanish as their first language. You can find Spanish on five different continents and in many different cultures.If you want to join millions of Spanish speakers by learning to speak Spanish yourself, get started with just a few words every day, eventually You be amazed to find out just how quickly you will speak full Spanish sentences.

According to census, there are 191,225,429of Spanish speakers in South America alone, of a total of 452,480,979 of Spanish speakers in the whole world.

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.

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