I would say a lot! Well, over 1,0000 probably. There are probably as many of them as there are of us, or even more! It all depends on what happens here and there. Also, some of us Americans could speak Spanish, too, if we're really interested.
there are 21 Spanish speaking countries in 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.
The most popular sport in Spanish speaking cultures is soccer. However, it isn't called soccer. It is called futbol to many Hispanic people.
All of them have some population of Spanish speaking people, some more than others of course.
24 i believe
how many people speak spanish around the world??????
35.5 million people that speak spanish in the United States of America
There are many Spanish-speaking countries in the world. Some of these countries include Spain, Mexico, Guatemala, Chile, as well as Argentina.
98.4% of the Mexican people speak "Mexican Spanish". This roughly translates to 118.36 million people speaking such language.
No one living in Guam speaks spanish, but some Visitors may be from Spanish speaking countries.
Because of the proximity of the U.S. to Spanish speaking countries, and the resulting immigration.
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.
330 million people around the world speak spanish
five spanish speaking countries play soccer
"Spanish" is not a religion but the majority of Spanish-speaking people are Christian, predominantly Roman Catholic, the number of which would be in the millions (there are 2.5 billion Christians).
All of them? It's the first language.
Spanish, with many people also speaking Mayan.
There are estimated numbers concerning language used among the people in Smithfield, North Carolina. The number of people speaking Spanish is about 10 percent. The number of people speaking English is about 90 percent. The estimates do not reflect the number of people who speak both Spanish and English.
Uruguay, Argentina and, of course, Spain.
There are 12-13 Spanish speaking countries in North America.
Money Order in spanish is "Giro". Many Spanish speaking people who live in the US though will simply say "money order".
5,335,368use the percentage and the population, circa 2009