The country landlocked by Bolivia is Paraguay.
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Almost all countries can get tornadoes, though they are more common in some than in others. A fee countries besides the U.S. with high tornado activity include Canada, Australia, Bangladesh, South Africa, and Argentina.
No. Hispanics include people from all Latin American countries, including Argentina, Brazil, Peru, Guatemala or Cuba, besides Mexico.
They speak 40 languages, although the common one is Spanish. 2 of them are extinct, and others are endangered.Russian.They Speak Spanishpeople from Argentina speak spanishThe main language is Spanish.Argentinians speak Spanish.The official language of Argentina is Spanish.SpanishArgentinians speak Spanish.The Argentines speak Spanish.Argentina does not have an official language legislated. Spanish is the "de facto" official language.SpanishMost Argentinians speak Spanish. There a few Welsh speakers.The official language of the nation of Argentina is Spanish. Argentina has a population of almost 42 million most of which speak Spanish.There are so many languages that are used in Argentina. However, the official language that is used all over the country is Spanish.Spanish.No. The main, and official, language of Argentina is Spanish. But, like Uruguay, the Portuguese language is a required subject for schoolchildren. For there's heavy traffic back and forth over both countries' borders with Brazil.Additionally, many of the immigrants, from Spain to Argentina, come from the northwestern province of Galicia. Indeed, Galicia is the place of origin of the Portuguese language within the Iberian Peninsula. And so immigrants to Argentina tend to know, speak and understand Galician, Portuguese, and Spanish.In fact, Portuguese continues to be spoken in the Argentine capital of Buenos Aires. For the city still is the destination of Galician immigrants to Argentina. Also, the city still is the host to the continued popularity of tango dancing, music playing, and singing. And the lyrics to tango songs sometimes are in Lunfardo, which is a slangy mix of Brazilian Portuguese; dialects from Africa, the Caribbean, and Italy; and English.Spanish!Spanish.spanishLanguage in Argentina is a mixture of many languages and dialects but they mostly speak spanishAccording to Wikipedia the only official language in Argentina is Spanish.yesSpanishSpanish is the main language in Argentina. Araucano, Guarani, and Quechua are indigenous languages. European languages are also spoken in small quantities.SPANISHYesthe official language of aregentina is spanish or castellano (castilian)Mostly(80%) Spanish.All south American countries speak Spanish except from Brazil which speaks Portuguese.Spanish is the major and official language of Argentina, but it is also influenced by Italian.The Argentinians call their language Castellano, which is a reference to Castile, the region in Spain that first colonized the Americas.Spanishthe offical language is spanish some people in Argentina call is castilianSpanishSpanish.no, they speak spanishArgentinians speak Spanish or WelshSpanish.The main language of Argentina is Spanish, or Castillian (Catellano in Spanish) as the Argentinians call it.in Argentina we speak spanish ;)There are more than three languages spoken in Argentina, the most spoken languages are: (in order)Spanish (called Castilian)ItalianLevantine dialect of ArabicOther languages include:GermanGuarani (native language)Quechua (native language)Aymara (Bolivian language)WelshRecent immigration has brought the following languages to Argentina:ChineseKoreanEnglishBrazilian PortugueseFrenchthere main language is spainish because Argentina was inated by Mexico.There are at least 40 different languages spoken in Argentina, with Spanish being dominant.In Argentina they mainly speak Spanish. However, due to great European influence, people there also speak German, French, Italian, and English.SpanishSeveral languages are spoken in Argentina besides Spanish. They are English, Portuguese, Italian, French, and even some German is spoken.Spanish.Spanish is the official language spoken in Argentina. However, there are many other languages spoken in Argentina. These include Italian, Arabic, German, French, Wichi, Aymara, and Catalan.The official Language is Spanish and the Main Language.There are also other languages spoken there though including:ItalianLevantine ArabicQuechueGermanYiddishSpanishTheir official language is Spanish.
Bolivia, to its north, is also landlocked.
It doesn't "mean" anything besides being the word for a certain animal (related to camels) that live in South America. Just like the word "cat" doesn't mean anything except it's the word for that animal. The word is not Spanish, but comes from a native triballanguage. The word is used in Spanish too, but comes originally from Quechua, a family of languages spoken by Indian peoples of Peru, Bolivia, Ecuador, Chile, and Argentina
There are many countries play volleyball besides the US. I think almost all the countries play volleyball, but besides US, Japan, England, China and Canada also play volleyball~
Both countries were settled by Spanish conquistadors from the 16th to 18th century, conquering or utterly destroying the Native American peoples found on them; besides that, their history, culture and even ethnicity has diverged enormously. One example is their ethnicity: Mexico is mainly composed of the descendants of interracial marriages between Aztec and Mayan people and their Spanish conquerors; on Argentina, most native peoples were completely exterminated and as a result, most Argentinians are descendants of Spanish and more recently, of Italian immigrants who arrived during the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
If you mean other countries, then yes.Tornadoes have been recorded on every continent except Antarctica. Countries besides the U.S. that have a high incidence of tornadoes include Canada, Australia, Bangladesh, Argentina, and South Africa.
Canada, Argentina, Mexico, France, China, Russia, Japan, South Korea, Germany, Netherlands, India, Pakistan, Romania, Bulgaria, United Kingdom, etc.
Both are in the Americas and are former colonies of European nations. Besides that, there is not much in common: Canada is a country while Latin America is a region comprised of Mexico and most countries found in Central America, the Caribbean and South America. Canada is English-speaking while Latin America is a mix of countries with Spanish, Portuguese and French as main languages. Canada is a developed country, while Latin America is conformed by developing countries and four 'emerging markets' (Mexico, Brazil, Argentina, Chile).
they speak spanish but there are some parts that have different dialogues
It means besides i.e. "Además de eso, tengo un carro." "Besides that i have a car."
There are no countries on any other planet besides Earth, at least in OUR solar system.
The English language words "parka" and "kayak" have no Spanish root.
No. Portuguese language comes from the Western European country of Portugal, located in the Iberian peninsula. Portuguese-speaking countries include Brazil, Angola, Mozambique and other former colonies of Portugal. Mexico's most widely spoken language is Spanish, which comes from the European country of Spain, also on the Iberian peninsula like Portugal. Besides Spain and Mexico, other Spanish-speaking countries include Colombia, Venezuela, Argentina, Cuba and paradoxically, the United States which qualifies as the second-largest speaking country behind Mexico.
There are two ways to say 'car' in Spanish : 'carro' and 'coche'