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:
English and Spanish are the dominant languages.
In addition to English and Spanish, the Navajo language is spoken in New Mexico by about 4% of the population. Residents of the Nambe, Pojoaque, San Ildefonso, Santa Clara. Ohkay Owingeh and Tesque Pueblos speak Tewa.
English, Spanish, and Navajo.
New Mexico has no official language, but the spoken languages are: English 82%, Spanish 29%, and Navajo 4%.
New Mexico is a state in the United States of America, so the primary language is English. However, Spanish also has a strong presence there.
There are about 12 different languages spoken in New Mexico
English is almost universally used.
because its a dialect of the language
No. While laws in New Mexico are published in both English and Spanish, the state has no official language or languages.
The name of this New Mexico town in Navajo language (Dine' bizaad) is:BÃ¡Ã¡h DÃ­Ã­lidorNiinah NÃ­zaadorDoo 'Alk'aii
No. The national language of Mexico is Spanish. There are also several native languages in Mexico, but there is no such language as "Mexican language"
In Mexico (in the Spanish language), you would say "Feliz Navidad y feliz año nuevo."
Spanish Mexico does not have any official language; spanish is the de facto language of Mexico as nearly all Mexicans speak spanish; but the Mexican government does not require its use.
Its New Mexico.
Most of the citizens of Mexico speak Spanish as their first language. The Spanish language was brought to Mexico in the 16th century.