Spanish is spoken in every continent including Antarctica where Spanish-speaking Chileans and other people from other Spanish-speaking nations conduct scientific research. In North America, it is a national language of Central American countries including Mexico, and spoken by a sizable minority in the United States. It is spoken in nearly every South American country except Brazil, French Guyana and Suriname. In Europe, it is spoken in Spain. While Spanish is not widely spoken in Asia, Judæo-Spanish (Ladino) is spoken by more or less 150,000 speakers in Israel and Turkey. The Filipino language has Spanish loan words, as Spanish was once an official language of the Philippines. Spanish is an official language of Equitorial Guinea in west Africa, and spoken by many in Morocco. In Oceania, it is spoken in Easter Island.
North America and South America
Spanish is spoken as either an official language or a regional language on every continent in the world except Australia and Antarctica.
The American continents were colonized by settlers from Spain and Portugal.
Spanish is spoken so heavily in North and South America because Spain had a large number of colonies on these two continents, and imposed Spanish on the native inhabitants.
Primarily in North and South America, and of course Europe, but there are a number of Spanish speakers everywhere (in the Philippines in Asia, in North Africa, for example). If you don't include the Carribean as a part of North America/South America, its spoken there too.
French is spoken on all continents, including some French speakers in Antarctica.
French is spoken on all continents, including some French speakers in Australia and Antarctica.
No, Spanish is not spoken in Ireland.
No, Spanish is not spoken in Iraq.
Yes. Spanish is spoken in many different countries.
Spanish is currently more widely spoken as a first or second language, but French has close to as many speakers with good proficiency as Spanish.
French is spoken on all continents except Australia.
There are many European languages spoken in the Western Hemisphere. In North America, Spanish, English and French are spoken. In South America, Spanish, English, Dutch, French and Portuguese are spoken.
English is definitely spoken more around the world then Spanish but in Latin and Spanish speaking areas, Spanish is spoken more often.
All the continents except Antarctica consists of different countries that each speak their own language. Most educated people in these countries use English as a 2nd language, French and German also Spanish are spoken in these countries.
no there are not so many people in iceland that can talk spanish
Spanish is spoken al around the world. Just some spanish is spoken more in one area than in the others.
Spanish is not spoken in Belize.
Spanish is the official language, there are over twenty-one Mayan languages spoken in Guatemala. These languages are part of the Mesoamerican linguistic group and are spoken by the Mayans of Guatemala. Many of the Mayan people do not speak Spanish at all
Spanish is Spoken on 5 Continents:North America (particularly Mexico and several countries in Central America)South America (all countries except Brazil, Suriname, the Falkland Islands and French Guyana)Europe (Spain)Africa (Equatorial Guinea)Asia (the Philippines, though no longer an official language there)
French is widely spoken on three continents : North America (Canada), Europe, and Africa (northern parts and former colonies). Another area would be many Pacific islands of Polynesia.French is spoken on all seven continents--even Antarctica, where France's Dumont d'Urville scientific base can be found.
Spanish is spoken by nearly everyone in Havana.
No, Spanish is not spoken in the Netherlands. For the languages of the Netherlands, click here.
No, Spanish is not spoken in Kazakhstan. For the languages of Kazakhstan, click here.