In English, yes. Country names, adjectives, people, and languages are capitalized.
every spanish speaking country have different terms for some things but the slowdance is something every spanish speaking country names the same. Bolero.
Missouri. Most non-country place names are the same in all language
There are some names that can not be translated into Spanish. Jaslyn is one of them. Though, I can say that in a Spanish speaking country, it could easily be misheard for "Jasmin" (also spelled "Yasmin").
What are the names of the rivers that has a Spanish name and is in California?
It would still be Katie. Names don't change in spanish. don't be fooled by the fact that some names translate to the same thing, such as 'George' and 'Jorge'. for example, yes, in Spain or any other spanish speaking country, one would more likely be named 'Jorge' than 'George', but if you were named 'George' and you went to a spanish-speaking country, your name would still be 'George'.
Juan and Maria are the most popular Spanish names.
English; Spanish country; país, campo
name in Spanish is nombre
The map of Trinidad has places that have Spanish names, but that only means that there is a Spanish influence in the country. One such place is the Port -of - Spain, which lies on the North West of the country's coastline.
Names stay the same in every country. If I was in Japan every Japanese speaking person would still call me Luke. Therefor Lizzie in Spanish is Lizzie.
Unfezant. All Pokemon's Spanish names are the same as their English names.
yes Spanish and English speaking country mostly Spanish.
Shanay has no meaning in Spanish. Only Spanish names have meaning in Spanish.
The area was settled by the Spanish and used to be part of Mexico. Most of the Spanish-language names are the names they were given at the time of settlement.
Ecuador is a country in South America. It is a Spanish speaking country.
No. Scientific names are scientific names no matter what country you are in. Common names, on the other hand, not only vary from country to country but can vary from region to region within the same country.
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.
Spanish is the language spoken in the country of Spain.
Assuming that by "Spanish speaking country" you mean a country where Spanish is the official language, Cuba is the closest to Florida.