I may be wrong, but I think that Venezuela is the largest spanish speaking country in south america.
ArgentinaArgentina is the largest Spanish-speaking country in South America by area of land. Colombia is the largest Spanish-speaking country in South America by population.* Brazil is the largest country in South America both by area and population but Portuguese is the official language there.
No, Argentina is the largest Spanish-speaking country in South America, and the second-largest country in South America overall (after Brazil).
Argentina is the largest Spanish-speaking country (by area) in South America. Colombia has a greater population, Spanish-speaking or otherwise (about 46 million, about 6 million more than Argentina).
== == The largest spanish speaking country Mexico -- mexico
Brazil, the largest country in South America, is a Portuguese speaking country.
The 5th largest Spanish speaking country is the United States.
Mexico is the largest Spanish speaking country.
In area, Argentina. By population, Colombia. (Argentina is #2)
As of 2011, Argentina is the country with the fourth largest Spanish speaking population (approximately 40 million).
It is Brazil, also the largest country in South America in both area and population. Brazil was colonized by Portugal and the national language is Portuguese.
CountrySpanish speaking population1Mexico112,340,0002Colombia46,000,0003Argentina40,900,0004United States35,968,5005PerÃƒÂº30,000,000
If you are asking what country has the largest Spanish-speaking population, it's Mexico.
Mexico has the largest population. Argentina has the largest physical area.
If the question is asking "Which Spanish-speaking country has the largest Jewish population today?", the answer is Argentina with roughly 200,000 Jews. If the question is asking, "Which Spanish-speaking country historically had the largest percentage of Jews?", the answer would be Spain since Spain had a large Jewish population in 1490.