If Spain is colonized by Panama what language would they speak?
Both Spain and Panama speak Spanish. So hypothetically speaking, if Panama colonized Spain, there would be very little to no effect on the language spoken there.
Brazil speaks Portuguese because it was colonized by Portugal. Under the division agreed in the Treaty of Tordesillas, Spain colonized most of the rest of Central and South America. because the pourtugeese conquored brazil Because we were colonized by the Portuguese who, guess what, speak Portuguese. Most of Latin America speaks Spanish because it was colonised by Spain back in the 1600s. Brazil was colonised by the Portuguese, so thats then official language they speak…
Spain, Portugual, France, and the Netherlands colonized it and spread their religion and languages. This is just like how England colonized America and now they speak English instead of Native American languages like they would if they weren't colonized More people speak Portuguese in Latin America than any other language, but Spanish is spoken in the largest number of countries.
South American countries where Spanish is spoken are those who were colonized by Spain. These countries are: Argentina, Chile, Peru, Bolivia, Paraguay, Uruguay, Colombia, Ecuador and Venezuela. Brazil was colonized by Portugal so they speak Portuguese Suriname was colonized by the Netherlands so they speak Dutch Guyana was colonized by the United Kingdom so they speak English French Guyana was colonized by France, so the speak French :)
Which statement best reflects the impact of forcing colonized people to speak the colonizers' language?
Why is portuguese spoken in Brazil while most of the other people in Latin American countries speak Spanish?
No, not unless Spaniards learn it in school as a second language. No. Although Spain and Portugal are neighboring countries on the Iberian Peninsula, Spanish and Portuguese are only similar languages, not the same. In Brazil (colonized by Portugal), there are many who speak Spanish, because the neighboring South American countries are predominantly Spanish-speaking.
There is no substantial difference between "Latino" and "Hispanic." "Hispanic" refers to persons from Spain, Portugal or Iberian nations that speak Spanish. ("Hispanola" = "Spain" in Spanish). "Latino" refers to persons from the Caribbean (Puerto Rico, Cuba, Dominican Republic), South America (Ecuador, Bolivia, Colombia, Peru, etc.) and Central America (Mexico, Honduras, Costa Rica, etc.) (All Latin America) - which were colonized by Spain and hence, speak Spanish. In the US, Latino may be less formal…