There is no official language in the US. English is the language used for legal transactions.
No. No language was ever an official language of the US, not even English.
No, Spanish is not an official language in the United States; English is not even an official language.
The United States of America does not have an official language. English is the most widely used language in the US.
No. The US has not adopted any language as its official language, even English. However it is the official language of Puerto Rico (as well as English), a territory of the US. New Mexico is also very close to having Spanish as an official language.
Spanish is the second most frequently spoken language in the US, but neither English nor Spanish is an official language of the US. There is no official language.
US EnglishOfficial language is English
The US does not have an official language. The de facto language is English. Individual states do not have official languages
The official language of the United States is English. However, Spanish is a common language that is spoken throughout the US.
No. There is no official language of the United States.
The official language in the Virgin islands is English
The United States does not have an official language. Therefore, English was never the official language of the United States.
If you mean a US state and an official language other than English then Hawaii - in which Hawaiin is also an official language
Because the U.S. does not have any official language. It has never seemed important enough to the people to create an official language.
english The US does not have an official language. English is the de facto language, official languages of 30 states, and spoken by about 95% of the population.
The United States does not have an official language. English has been the language most spoken during our history.
No bill ever made English the official language of the United States. The US does not have an official language.
All cities in Puerto Rico, a US territory, have Spanish (and English) as an official language.
Puerto Rico is a commonwealth of the United States but before it became part of the US it was part of Spain that why the primary language of the island is Spanish although the second official language is English because is a US Territory and the main language in the US is English.. been Puerto Rico the only US Territory that has official language... because the US don't have an official language. English is consider universal language but not official....
The main reason is that the United States doesn't believe in the need to designate any official language. English isn't even an official language in the USA.It is also a fact that less than 1% of American speak Japanese, so it wouldn't make a practical official language.
Official language. The official language of Mexico is Spanish. The U.S. does not have an official language, however legal documents are written in English. Canada has two official languages, English and French.
Hawaiian. It is the official language of the state of Hawaii, as well as English.
English is Montana's main language. In fact is the official language of the WHOLE US.
The United States does not have an "official" or "national" language. MrV The de facto language of the US is English.