What spanish speaking countries are participating in the 2012 Olympics?
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Spain, Argentina, Venezuela and Costa Rica
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soccer is very important in spanish speaking countries. it is also called (futbol) in spanish speaking countries.
No, none of these countries are Spanish-speaking countries, but Belize has a large spanish-speaking population.
No,there are actually 20 spanish speaking countries.
"spanish speaking countries" = "países de habla hispana"
There are about 20 Spanish speaking countries, which is about 9% of the world's countries.
there are 21 Spanish speaking countries in the world
Yes, the majority of people in Spanish speaking countries are Catholics.
Spain is probably the safest, and most stable, of the Spanish speaking countries.
five spanish speaking countries play soccer
Yes, there are Spanish speaking countries in Europe. Spain is a Spanish speaking country. Also the language of Portugal is Portuguese which is very closely related to Spanish.
Spanish speaking people are called "Hispano Parlantes" in general. "Spanish Speaking".
There are 12-13 Spanish speaking countries in North America.
All spanish speaking countries in the world are respresented by immigrants in the U.S.
Mexico is the largest Spanish speaking country.
South America has the greatest number of Spanish-speaking countries.
See related links for a map of all Spanish speaking countries.
The non spanish speaking countries in South America are Belize, Brazil, Guyana, Suriname, and French Guiana.
There are many Spanish-speaking countries in the world. Some of these countries include Spain, Mexico, Guatemala, Chile, as well as Argentina.
Virtually all spanish speaking countries share a love of soccer, which they call fÃºtbol.
Spanish speaking countries are located in every ocean on the planet, except the Indian and the Arctic.
Yes. All countries in Central America are Spanish-speaking except Belize.
The Spanish speaking countries of S. America are: Colombia, Venezuela, Ecuador, Peru, Paraguay, Argentina, Bolivia, Chile and Uruguay. (These are the countries where Spanish predominates.)
Unfortunately, this question is too broad, because there are Spanish-speaking countries on every continent of the world except Australia. Almost every type of animal on Earth has a species living in Spanish speaking countries.
Flor is the Spanish word for flower. It is used throughout Spanish speaking countries. Flor is the Spanish word for flower. It is used throughout Spanish speaking countries.
Because some people either visit from Spanish-speaking countries or they emigrate from spanish-speaking countries.
Spanish speaking countries that contain a rainforest are Argentina, Chile, Ecuador, and Paraguay. Other countries are Costa Rica, Belize, and Panama.
The Spanish-speaking countries of the Carribean are: Cuba Dominican Republic Puerto Rico (included on some lists)
Yes there are 21 Spanish speaking countries in the world.
Spanish speaking countries have their own customs. Perhaps some similarities occur, but spanish speaking countries are associated mainly through language. For any other issue, they have their own traditions.
There are some areas of MOROCCO and all of WESTERN SAHARA that were previously Spanish colonies and have significant minorities of Spanish speakers. The majorities speak local dialects of Arabic which have a few words of Spanish origin, like "cocina" (كوسينا) for kitchen instead of the Arabic word "matbakh" (مطبخ), but to say that these languages "contain" Spanish would be a bit of an overreach. The number of loanwords is roughly 5%. In terms of… Read More
whether in spanish speaking or English speaking countries, i think most jobs you have in your own country are also available in spanish countries. although there are something special like matadors, mariachi band members, or the taco stand owner.
In the North American continent, the country of Mexico is the only Spanish speaking country. South America on the other hand, is filled with Spanish speaking countries.
El Viejo Pascuero brings children in Spanish speaking countries their presents. The name for Santa Claus in Spanish is: Viejo Pascuero.
Generally speaking, there are more public celebrations of Holy Week in Spanish-Speaking countries since Catholicism is the dominant religion.
Click the link below labeled "Spanish-speaking countries."
The Spanish colonized the countries and brought the Catholic Faith with them.
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The Spanish-speaking countries in Central America are: Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, and Panama.
The top five Spanish speaking countries by size of population are Mexico, Spain, Colombia, Argentina, and Peru. Please see the related link for more Spanish-speaking countries.
One popular sport that Spanish speaking countries play is soccer. Soccer is more popular in those countries than in the United States.
see the related links below for pictures of the Spanish-speaking countries' flags.
Except for Brazil, Suriname, Guiana, and French Guyana, all other countries are spanish speaking ones.
The four most populous Spanish-speaking countries are: Mexico, Colombia, Spain, and Argentina, in order from most to least speakers.
There is no Spanish countries in Africa.
The website in the related links below includes a list of Spanish speaking countries, and their capitals and two maps showing those countries.
The top 10 Spanish speaking countries are Mexico, Colombia, United States, Argentina, Spain, Peru, Venezuela, Chile Ecuador and Guatemala. Spanish is the second largest speaking language in the United States.
Brazil and Haiti are the only non Spanish speaking Latin American nations.