55 countries have English as their official language. There are upwards of thirty five countries that recognize English as an official language, including Bermuda, Canada, Kenya and Uganda. Surprisingly enough, the United States of America does not have an official language.
53 countries consider English one of their official languages.
In Europe, England, Scotland, Northern Ireland have English as the official language. A number of countries have more than one official language; Malta and Ireland have English as one of two official languages. English is the official language of Gibralta - although most people also speak Spanish.
There are fifty eight sovereign countries where English is an official language but may not be the primary language. There are an additional twenty one non-sovereign nations that list English as an official language. In addition there are three countries in which English is the de facto language.
Brazil's official language is Portuguese. Guyana's official language is English. Suriname's official language is Dutch. French Guiana's official language is French. The Falkland Islands' official language is English.
There are 22 countries in the world that have English as their primary language. There are also several other countries where English is the official language, although it is not the one that is primarily spoken.
Where is English spoken as second? English is an official language in the world.
77 out of 195
There is a lot of countries whose official language is not English, however, in such countries you can find a lot of people able to speak English fluently. These are two distinct situations. In other words, English is spoken almost on all countries, even if it is not their official language.
English is an official language in two European countries: Ireland, and Malta, and the de facto language in the UK.
In East Asia, English is only official in Singapore and the Philippines.
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They are 3 different countries and the one common language that is used in the 3 countries is English.
Brazil, the Falkland Islands, French Guiana, Guyana and Suriname are South American countries that do not have Spanish as their official language. Portuguese is the official language of Brazil while English is the official language of the Falkland Islands and of Guyana. Dutch is the official language of Suriname while French is the official language of French Guiana.
There is only one country in Central America that has English as an official language, and that is Belize. There are two other countries that recognize English as a language, although Spanish is the official language and they are Honduras and Nicaragua.
Mexico is the only one of the three North American countries with Spanish as its official language. English is not the official language of the US, but is used as such. The two official languages of Canada are English and French.
The following 6 West African countries have English as their official (or co-official) language:CameroonThe GambiaGhanaLiberiaNigeriaSierra Leone
Strangely enough, it isn't Australia, England or the US. In these countries, it is the unofficial language.
English has never been the OFFICIAL language USA has no official language
There are 60 independent countries that have English as an official language or a default language. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_countries_where_English_is_an_official_language
Cuba is the only Caribbean country that has Spanish as an official language. Puerto Rico has Spanish and English as official language, but it is a U.S. Commonwealth. The Dominican Republic also speaks Spanish, but does not have it as their official language.