What percent of Spanish in US?
As of 2013 Hispanic or Latino people made up 17.1% of the US population. Around 37.6 million people spoke Spanish in the home as of 2011, that is two-thirds of the non-english speaking population in the US.
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The U.S. is a country, and therefore there are no countries within it that speak Spanish.
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Yes, as are most languages of the world. Most native Spanish speakers are in the Southwest US, Florida, and in Puerto Rico.
The pluperfect is used when you are referring to an action in the past that ocurred BEFORE another action in the past. For ex. "Yo habia salido cuando ellos llegaron" (you already were gone when they arrived) "Habiamos comido mucho y no quisimos postre" (you had eaten a lot and then, you refused dessert)
I don't know if this is true about the U.S. but I would believe so. 1. el / la (def. art.) the 2. de (prep.) of, from 3. que (conj.) that, which 4. y (conj.) and 5. a (prep.) to, at 6. en (prep.) in, on 7. un (indef. art.) a, an 8. ser (verb) to be 9. se (pron.) -self, oneself [reflexive marker] 10. no (adv.) no 11. haber (verb) to have 12. por… Read More
The word ES translates to IS. It is a form of the word "Ser" to be. Se is a form of "self" it is used to add a person or object to the sentence. It can be used as part of the actual verb or as a separate word. Sé (with an accent over the e) means "I know (something)" It comes from the word "Saber"
San Antonio AnswerCalifornia State: Sacramento, San Jose, San Francisco, San Diego, Los Angeles, Chico, Santa Barbara, Fresno, San Bernardino Texas state: San Antonio, El PasoNew Mexico state: Albuquerque, Santa FeColorado state: Pueblo, DurangoNevada state: Las VegasAlaska: Valdez, CordovaFlorida state: St. Agustine, Orlando
Written Spanish has certain characters that have accent marks over the standard English alphabet. These accent marks are added to reflect more faithfully the actual pronunciation of the words concerned.
Whenever you're talking about someone's condition (like if you would ask them how they are), or whenever you're saying where someone is.
Es comes from the verb: ser Ser is used to tell: 1) origin: Es de Puerto Rico. He/She is from Puerto Rico. 2) permanent characteristic: Es serio. (He/She is a serious person.) 3) time: Es la una. It is one o´clock. 4) profession: Es abogado. He/She is a lawyer.
Yo sé = I know Impersonal se: for example Se hablan español en españa = Spanish is spoken in Spain As a reflexive pronoun: Se despierta a las ocho = He gets himself up at eight. As the command for Ser Sé bueno = Be good
well as you should know near the bottom of the USA. is Mexico. in Mexico many people speak Spanish so as these immigrants 'migrate' to the USA. they become part of the community. some states that have Spanish people are Arizona, and Florida.
Yes, they do. English is their first language and spanish is their secondary language. That's why in American schools they learn spanish as well as study English
No, Spanish is not an official language in the United States; English is not even an official language.
The spanish sold them to Demark; and the united states declared war and invaded the islands (puerto Rico, virgin islands) shortly after. The Philippines, Guam, Palau, and Taiwan were part of a peace treaty settlement with Spain in the Spanish-American war. We later sold Taiwan to Japan and gave Palau independence.
Cars, trains, boat,bus and everything normal people do!
White Wine in Spanish is vino blanco.
coyote, mesa, adobe, pueblo, stampede, lariat, bronco, barbecue, tornado, indigo, jaguar, mosquito, sierra, avocado, alfalfa, cafeteria, mascara, pimento, armada, taco, burrito, tortilla,quesadilla, chimichanga, bravado, renegade, incommunicado, flotilla, aficionado
Florida (flowered - blossom) Colorado (Red - color of the rocks) Montana (Montaña means Mountain) Nevada (Snow fall) California (Name of a fictional island in Spanish literature) Arizona not a spanish word but it is a Spanish interpretation of a Texas is not a spanish name. It is the named after the native Americans that used to live in that area (Tejas) Arizona is also not a spanish word. However it is a Spanish interpretation… Read More
to act as territorial buffers (US APEX)
Thousands and thousands. The book Breaking Out of Beginner's Spanish [BOBS] by Joseph J. Keenan gives the figure of more than 4,000 (pg. 168). Some Spanish words are Arabic-influenced like "ojalá from "wa-sa Allah" (En: "May Allah wish it") . Others are direct translations. Words that started with "al-" are typically from an Arabic origin like "alfombra" (EN: carpet). "Al-" means "the" in Arabic. Many Spanish place names are Arabic as well like "Alcalá" (de… Read More
Latino is a term that is totally misused, especially in the US. The first Latino were the ROMAN and later the word came to signify a person whose language is a romance language, namely Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, French, Romanian and Catalan. Somehow the word Latino evolved into meaning "latino american".
Los Angeles would be the most famous, but there is Granada, Los Gatos, Palo Alto, Miramar and way too many to list here I will add a link under the answer in source related links
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.
NoThe main languages of the U.S. (in order) are....1. English2. Spanish3. German4. French
Yes. I suppose it is. But, you know, there are languages everywhere..=) But yes! I bet you it is.
England, Canada, Spain and full Mexico.
San Diego, Santa Clara, San Pablo, Santa Fe, Santa Cruz, San Jose, Los Angeles
If you would like to learn Spanish, here is a link to a dictionary where you can look up any 30 words you wish. --- Common conversational Spanish includes many of the words that are common in English: to (destination) is "a" and / or (conjunctions) are also single letters "y" (pronounced E) or "o" the (masculine or feminine) is el or la a/an is un (same as the adjective one) In or on is… Read More
here are 10 words or phrases used in the kitchen 1 labame los trastes = wash the dishes 2 me sirbes algo de tomar?= can you serve me something to drink? 3 me sirbes algo de comer?= can you serve me something to eat? 4 tienes ambre?=are you hungry? 5 gracias por la comida,estuvo muy rica= thanks for the food, it was delicious 6 refrijerador= refrigerator 7 microndas= microwave 8 platillo=dish 9 vaso= cup 10… Read More
The word for red wine from english to spanish is vino tinto.
There are many place names in the U.S. that come from Spanish. Two-word names beginning with "San" or "Santa" are usually Sapnish names of saints (as San Francisco and Santa Clara for Saint Francis and Saint Claire.The State names of Colorado and Montana originated in Spanish.Sierra Madre is a Spanish, as is the 'Diablo" part of Mount Diablo. Rio Grande is a Spanish name (although in Mexico they call it Rio Bravo).Some towns with Spanish… Read More
Here are some common adjectives used to describe yourself: Cómico(a)/Gracioso(a) - FunnyAburrido(a) - Boring Guapo(a) - Handsome/PrettyReservado(a) - Reserved/ShySociable - Talkative/SocialSimpático(a) - Friendly/NiceEnojado(a) - Angry/Mean [Des]Ordenado(a) - Disorganized/Organized [Im]Paciente - Impatient/PatientChico(a) - Boy/GirlAlto(a) - TallBajo(a) - ShortViejo(a) - OldJoven - Young
Mainly in areas that were once controlled by Spain and/or Mexico, like Texas, the Southwest, and Florida. Additionally, there are significant Spanish-speaking populations outside of those areas, especially in and around cities like Boston, New York and Chicago.
Primarily the American Southwest i.e southern California, Arizona, New Mexico, Nevada, Texas, and also Florida and some areas of the North East contain some carribean spanish speakers.
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Attempts to bring prestige to their church.
In 2015, women made up 19.4% of the United States Congress. There were 20 women in the United States Senate and 84 women in the United States House of Representatives.
As far as I know there are two major uses of "se" in Spanish. Firstly, "sé" with an accent is one form of the verb saber, which means to know. For example, "Yo sé el título del libro," means, "I know the title of the book." Secondly, "se" without an accent is an impersonal pronoun. If you are asking a general question or making a general statement and there is no specific subject, "se" precedes… Read More
Here is a general description for el and la. El is for masculine words, words that don't end in a. La is for words that end with a.
For example: I eat fish.......I eat itYo como pescado......Yo lo como (male in the singular)In Spanish, we have different types of direct object pronouns depending on if it is: in the singular in the plural -Male lo los -Female la lasThe pronoun is before the verbHe sent a letter to Jane............He sent it to JaneÉl envió una carta a Jane.............Él la envió a Jane
"el" is towards a male, whereas "la" is towards a female. "El hombre" - The man "La mujer" - The woman