Asked in Mexico
What is the name of the spoken language for the country of Mexico?
One of the languages spoken in Mexico is Spanish.
Asked in Languages and Cultures, South America
What is the most common Spanish spoken in America?
The spanish of Mexico is the most commonly spoken variety in the United States, also called North American Spanish. ...
Asked in Languages and Cultures, Mexico
What are some of the common words spoken in Mexico?
Hola, adios, por favor, gracias. All of them are in Spanish, the most spoken language in Mexico. ...
In which states of the USA is Spanish largely spoken?
New Mexico has more Spanish speakers then English.
Why is spanish spoken in Mexico and Central America?
Because Mexico and Central America were once colonies of Spain.
Asked in English Language, Mexico
Why isn't English spoken in Mexico?
Unlike the United States and Canada, which were settled by British colonists, Mexico was conquered and settled by Spanish conquistadors since the 16th century; Mexico was part of the Spanish Empire from 1521 until 1821, when it won its war of independence against Spain. However, the most important non-indigenous language spoken in Mexico is English, spoken by English-speaking immigrants (up to 1 million by 2014), many residents on the northern border states of Mexico and many people who use it on a daily...
Asked in Languages and Cultures, Brazil, Mexico, Peru
Which word in the following group does not belong Peru Cuba Mexico or Brazil?
Brazil does not belong; it is a country where Portuguese is spoken (contrary to Peru, Cuba and Mexico, where Spanish is spoken). ...
Asked in New Mexico, Languages and Cultures
What languages are spoken in New Mexico?
English is the main language of New Mexico spoken by 65% of the population, followed by Spanish, spoken by about 28% of the population. The New Mexico dialect of Spanish is unique, and is based on 17th Century Spanish. The only other major language in New Mexico is Navajo, spoken by about 3.5% of the population. The remaining Native American languages account for less than 2% of the population: Apache Cherokee Dakota Pima Yupik ...