When did spanish come to America?
The Spanish first came to America in 1492. Christopher Columbus was the first Spanish explorer to arrive in the Americas.
The Spanish came to America in the late 1400's and the early 1500's.
They were looking for gold.
Come in (plural you, polite or familiar in Spanish America; only polite in Spain) Present subjuctive (presente de subjuntivo): May they come in May you come in (polite or familiar in Spanish-America; only polite in Spain)
For more oppurtunites.
They wanted golds.
The spanish did acually own America after the whites fought off the Indians then the whites and spanish fought over America . The whites won and took over American land.
Spanish came to be spoken in south America when Hernando Cortez from Spain destroyed the Aztec Empire.
The Spanish colonists came to set up colonies for the king.
October 12, 1492
Spain, then Mexico and Central and South America.
travelers brought the disease iver to america from a bllnde lol
In the 1800s, the Spanish were in charge of what we call right now the United States of America.
Since 1492 when it was discovered by Columbus.
They came over on Spanish trading ships.
the Spanish king
Christianity and the church was brought over to South America by the Spanish Conquistadors.
They were looking for riches also self advancement
¿Vas a venir a América?
Most for greater economic advantage and employment. And they're not Spanish. The Spanish are from Spain, which is in Europe.
North America palominos originally came from the Spanish settlements
As slaves for the Spanish and Portuguese colonies in the Americas.
The impact they had was that the spanish's wanted to come and discover America
the spanish brought them over when thy came to america
The Spanish Conquistadors came from Spain. They came from Spain to America in search of gold and other treasures that the natives had
The French came over to America in the year of 1663. They came to America because of colonialism, which is the same reason the Spanish, Dutch, and British came to America.
Columbus was looking for a quick route to India for the spice trade.
Potatoes originally came from South America. The Spanish introduced them to Europe.
In 1519 Cortez left Cuba to find this gold.
The Spanish came to America to find gold. They didn´t know it was America.They wanted to go to the Indian continent for trade.
spanish soldiers in America?
spanish towns in America
North America in Spanish is: Norte America.
The avocado appears to have originated from Mexico and Central America, according to observations from the Spanish conquistadors.
Texas longhorn cattle were imported by Spanish settlers into North America.
Because the Spanish invaded America
They ARE in Latin America. Latin America is the region composed of all the countries in the Americas which speak Latin-derived languages,namely Spanish, French and Portuguese.
When the Spanish explorers arrived in North America during the the early 1500s what did they first encounter?
When Spanish explorers arrived in North America during the 1500s, they encountered thriving indigenous civilizations. Eventually the Spanish would come to oppress and subjugate these people for their own selfish needs.
The spanish colonized America in1492
Spanish spoken in America, because of the colonization. and the spanish conqueror bring their own language to America form Spain.
Cattle first came to America in the late 1400's, which was the first Spanish conquistadors came and brought them over from Spain to the New World.
The sweet potato came from Central America. The Spanish brought the sweet potato to Florida when they settled there and it spread to the Thirteen Colonies.
In spanish, the term "America" is known as Ame'Rica del norte' ( America DELL NORTHE)
Bolivia is named after Simón Bolívar, the revolutionary who fought to expel the Spanish from their South America colonies.
The mustang is a wild horse from the North American West but that first descended from horses brought to America by the Spanish.
There are SO many different "Spanish" foods in North America. To the South of North America are all of the "Spanish" countries.
The Spanish came to Latin America as conquistador's seeking gold, glory and god. They came with Hernan Cortez during the rulling of the Aztec Empire (Mexico City now) in the early 1400's
9 Countries speak Spanish in Sur America
Spanish children that are born in America are called Hispanic Americans or creoles. This is because the child was born in America but is of Spanish decent.
The Spanish verb for 'to come' is 'venir'.