The official language of Belize is English but Spanish and Belizean Creole are more common.
No, none of these countries are Spanish-speaking countries, but Belize has a large spanish-speaking population.
Belize is the only non spanish speaking country in Central America. Before independence it was known as British Honduras - a British colony.
England is the country that settled Belize. That is why Belize is the only English speaking Central American country.
Belize, and most of the Caribbean. These are largely monolingual and anglophone.
Belize is the only country in central America that does not speak Spanish as its official language.
Costa RicaEl SalvadorGuatemalaHondurasNicaraguaPanamáOnly Belize is not a Spanish speaking Country.
No. Catalonia is a no-independent catalan speaking country, no spanish speaking. The biggest area of Catalonia belongs to a spanish speaking country (Spain).
yes Argentina is a spanish speaking country
Yes, Mexico is a Spanish speaking country.
yes, Chile is a Spanish speaking country.
yes Panama is a spanish speaking country
Yes, Honduras is a spanish speaking country.
Yes, Nicaragua is a Spanish-speaking country.
Yes. All countries in Central America are Spanish-speaking except Belize.
Officially Belize is considered to be an English speaking country. However, as the Latino population in Belize continues to grow, a lot of Spanish along with Creole can be heard throughout the country. In all honesty, Belize is a huge melting pot of many races. therefore one would hear many languages spoken in Belize. All groups speak Creole (Similar to Jamaicans) to communicate with each other. In certain Parts of Belize you need to know at-least some Spanish because that is the mother tongue of a lot of people. Despite all of this, Belize remains the only English speaking country in Central America, not the Caribbean. Places such as Belize City would have more in common with the islands of the Caribbean. But as you move north, west, and even south, these parts of Belize have more in common with the rest of Latin America. You get two cultures in 1 country!
The non spanish speaking countries in South America are Belize, Brazil, Guyana, Suriname, and French Guiana.
The only Spanish speaking country using the Euro (and the only Spanish speaking country in Europe) is Spain itself.
yes Spanish and English speaking country mostly Spanish.
Cuba is the closest spanish speaking country.
Ecuador is a country in South America. It is a Spanish speaking country.
It is a spanish speaking country. It was settled by Spain during the colonial era and remains spanish speaking today. == ==