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What are ten spanish speaking countries in north and south America?


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2009-09-14 22:30:23
2009-09-14 22:30:23

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! :)

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