The second most-spoken language in Latin America is Portuguese.
The main language spoken across South America is Spanish, which is derived from the Latin language.
The most common languages spoken in Latin America are Spanish, Portuguese, Dutch and French.
Portuguese (spoken in Brazil)
Spanish , Portuguese and french
More people speak Portuguese in Latin America than any other language, but Spanish is more widely spoken.
Because English is not spoken as native language in Mexico. Spanish is the most widely spoken language and as such, Mexico belongs to Latin America.
Latin is not spoken in Latin America. Latin is a dead language. That means it is no one's mother tongue or native language. It was once the language of Rome and the Roman Empire. It was never the language of Latin America. People still learn Latin however; it is one official language of the Vatican. Most people in Latin America speak Spanish but Brazil speaks Portuguese.
Both Spanish and Portuguese.
Language helps define Latin America as a region. Most of the languages spoken in this region are of Latin origin, such as Spanish and Portuguese.
1.Latin America is in South and Central America. 2. The 3 main languages spoken in Latin America are French, Spanish, Portuguese 4. Population of Latin America : 590 million. 5. It Has nothing to do with the language Latin.
No, in Latin America Spanish is spoken, therefore they are called by their Spanish names. Latin is used by scientists to identify animals because the language is no longer evolving.
Certainly. Many Latin classes today practice speaking the Latin language. However, Latin is commonly known as a "dead language" because it is no longer spoken as a native language.
Latin was the language spoken in the Roman Empire.
Latin was spoken.
Latin was the language spoken by the ancient Romans and it is still used today in the Vatican City in Rome.
latin is no longer spoken as a national language. It was the language of ancient Rome