There are 12-13 Spanish speaking countries in North America.
the Spanish speaking country only in north America is i think Mexico.
north and south America
In the North American continent, the country of Mexico is the only Spanish speaking country. South America on the other hand, is filled with Spanish speaking countries.
Mexico is the only Spanish-speaking country in North America proper. If Central America is included, Mexico still has the largest number of speakers with more than 100 million.
Mexico is not the only spanish speaking country in nrth america, ther also is El Salvador, Equador, and more
Depending on what you consider to be a continent, there are either three or four continents with Spanish-speaking countries: Europe, Africa, South America, and North America.
the term "Latin America" refers only to the spanish speaking countries of North, South, and Central America. So the answer is Spanish.
The following continents have at least 1 Spanish-speaking country: Africa Europe North America South America (Some lists also include Asia, because the Philippines has a significant Spanish-speaking population)
Cuba is a part of North America, just because it is a Spanish speaking country does not mean that it is in South America.
North America in Spanish is: Norte America.
North America consists of two countries: the USA (english speaking) and Canada (bilingual - French and English) For the rest - Spanish dominates South and Central America with the exception of Belize, Brazil, Guyana, Suriname and French Guiana
No - North America is a continent. There are no cities by the name of "North America".
9 Countries in North America speak spanish, including Central America (which is technically associated with North America): Mexico Guatemala Honduras Costa Rica Cuba Dominican Republic El Salvador Nicaragua Panama The U.S. also has a very large Spanish-speaking minority.
Salsa dance was created by Spanish-speaking people living in the Caribbean and North America.
Officially, only Mexico. Unofficially, America ( USA ) has a large Spanish-speaking or Hispanic population. Canada, the third of the three countries of North America, has a very small Hispanic community of citizens.
There are SO many different "Spanish" foods in North America. To the South of North America are all of the "Spanish" countries.
The ten countries that speak Spanish in North and South America are Mexico, Venezuela, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia, Uruguay, Paraguay, Chile, and Argentina. Hope this helps! :)
All European cities are located in Europe. All American cities are located in North America.
its North America but in Spanish i think
They are sovereign states, with a separate government, with the main official language being spanish and being located in and around the carribean plate. (i.e. north of south America and south of north America. That is what they are.
north america is amazing and with its cities and vast lands;)