No, Spanish is not the official language of Egypt. Arabic is the official language of Egypt.
Spanish. Spanish is a language.
No, Spanish is not an official language in the United States; English is not even an official language.
Texas has no official language, but Spanish is very popular.
Cuba is the only Caribbean country that has Spanish as an official language. Puerto Rico has Spanish and English as official language, but it is a U.S. Commonwealth. The Dominican Republic also speaks Spanish, but does not have it as their official language.
In all technicality, no. Nicaragua has no official language, although since Spanish is the de facto official language, it is effectively the official language in Managua.
No, Spanish is not an official language in Maseru Lesotho. Sesotho and English are official.
Portuguese is the official language of Brazil. Brazil is the only South American country not to have Spanish as its official language.
Although it is not the "official" language, Spanish is the de facto national language of Mexico.
Only Brazil do not have Spanish as an official language. The official language in Brazil is Portuguese.
Europe is a continent. Continents do not have official languages.Spanish is the official language of one country in Europe - Spain.
The official language is english.
Each of these countries has a different answer:Philippines: Spanish is a heritage language, but not a native or official languageGuam: Spanish has no role; English is the language of the citizenry and the official languageEquatorial Guinea: Spanish is an official language and the native language of a minority; most people have a local Bantu language as their native language
official language is spanish
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.
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.
No. While Spanish was once one of the official languages of the Philippines, it was not the first language of many, and is no longer an official language of the country.