España, Cuba, La República Dominicana, México, Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras, Costa Rica, Panamá, Nicaragua, Colombia, Venezuela, Ecuador, El Perú, Bolivia, Chile, Paraguay, Uruguay, La Argentina, Puerto Rico, what am I missing here? These are the countries with Spanish as a dominant language, but Spanish is also spoken in a number of other countries (US, Brazil, Belize, to name a few...)
Equatorial Guinea(Central Africa)
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The world population of spanish speaking people is: 368,440,000 According to a recent research conducted by SpanishSEO.org, the Spanish Speaking Worldwide Population is estimated at 452,480,979 inhabitants as of March 2008. However, 22 countries were considered for research purposes based on the US Census Bureau.
22 countries and territories are considered Spanish-speaking in the world. Puerto Rico is the only non-independent Spanish speaking territory as it is an autonomous territory of the U.S. although it functions similar to a nation. The United States is increasingly considered a Spanish speaking nation due to a large Hispanic population and the fact that nearly all students take it in either high school or college and the government and businesses now conduct many functions in English and Spanish.
There are 22 Spanish speaking countries in the world, including Puerto Rico. Spain, Mexico, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Guatemala, Panama, Costa Rica, Nicaragua, El Salvador, Columbia, Venezuela, Peru, Chile, Ecuador, Paraguay, Uruguay, Honduras, Argentina, Bolivia, Belize, Andorra, Equatorial Guinea, Puerto Rico, and Africa.
vientidos is 22 in Spanish.
While the United States does not have Spanish as an Official Language, it is included in this chart simply because it does include a large percentage of the Spanish-speaking people.Spanish Speaking Population by CountryCountryPopulation(Number of People)Percentaje of the Total Spanish Speaking Population1. Mexico109,955,40024.30 %2. Colombia45,013,6749.95 %3. United States44,321,0389.80 %4. Argentina40,677,3488.99 %5. Spain40,491,0518.95 %6. Perú29,180,8996.45 %7. Venezuela26,414,8155.84 %8. Chile16,454,1433.64 %9. Ecuador13,927,6503.08 %10. Guatemala13,002,2062.87 %11. Cuba11,423,9522.52 %12. Dominican Republic9,507,1332.10 %13. Bolivia9,247,8162.04 %14. Honduras7,639,3271.69 %15. El Salvador7,066,4031.56 %16. Paraguay6,831,3061.51 %17. Nicaragua5,785,8461.28 %18. Costa Rica4,195,9140.93 %19. Puerto Rico3,958,1280.87 %20. Uruguay3,477,7780.77 %21. Panama3,292,6930.73 %22. Equatorial Guinea616,4590.14 %Total Worldwide452,480,979100.00 %
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Here is a list of all 23 countries with significant spanish-speaking populations. 9 of these countries do not recognize Spanish as an official language:1. Argentina2. Bolivia3. Chile4. Colombia5. Costa Rica6. Cuba7. Dominican Republic8. Ecuador9. El Salvador10. Equatorial Guinea11. Guatemala12. Honduras13. Mexico14. Nicaragua15. Panama16. Paraguay17. Peru18. Philippines19. Puerto Rico20. Spain21. United States22. Uruguay23. Venezuela
22 in Spanish is "veintidos." It is pronounced, "bayn-tee-DOSE." Sites such as learn-spanish.co.il provide audio pronunciations of many common Spanish words.
There are two ways to do it. The way many schools do it is to say: "It's 22 minutes until 7", which would be "Son las siete menos 22" (Literally It's 7 minus 22) Honestly though, any Spanish speaking person will understand you if you say "Son las séis (con) treinta y ocho". The con is optional and you really don't need to say it.
22% speak Spanish
There are 22 countries in the Arab World.
22 Spanish and Portugese Galleons and 108 armed merchard vessels
There are 22
There is no one Arabic leader for all Arabic people. There are 22 Arabic countries and each country has a leader
Destinos An Introduction to Spanish - 1992 Recuerdos Memories 1-22 was released on: USA: 1992
It would be the Bay of Veracruz, founded on April 22, 1519 by Spanish conquistador Hernan Cortes.
There are currently 26 Schengen countries, which include 22 EU countries and four non-EU countries.