No, very few people in Peru can speak English. Estimates
of fluent English speakers range from 1% to 2% of the
Most English speakers live in tourist areas and can only speak enough English to do business.
Asked in Languages and Cultures, Peru
Does australia or peru use english as a national language?
English is the most widely spoken language in Australia, but it's not actually a declared national language there. Peru does not speak English at all. For the languages of Peru, click here. ...
Asked in Languages and Cultures, Brazil, Mexico, Peru
Which word in the following group does not belong Peru Cuba Mexico or Brazil?
Brazil does not belong; it is a country where Portuguese is spoken (contrary to Peru, Cuba and Mexico, where Spanish is spoken). ...
What is the language spoken by a people of the same name in NE Peru?
The Quechuan language that is spoken by the Quechua natives of NE Peru was the primary language of the Incan empire. The language is YAGUA ...
Asked in Peru
Should a person know another language other than English if they travel to Peru?
English isn't a common language in Peru. Their first language is Spanish so that would be the best option to go for. Spanish is one of the most spoken languages in the world so it will probably come in handy later. ...
What is the percent of people that speak Spanish in Peru?
There are many different languages that are spoken throughout the country of Peru. However, 92 percent of the people in Peru speak Spanish. ...
Asked in English Language
Where is English spoken as second language in some countries?
Where is English spoken as second? English is an official language in the world. ...