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Which South American countries predominantly speak Spanish?

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2008-05-05 18:16:58
2008-05-05 18:16:58

Argentina

Bolivia

Colombia

Chile

Ecuador

Paraguay

Peru

Uruguay

Venezuela

Other countries and their national/official language:

Brazil - Portuguese

Guyana - English

French Guyana - French

Suriname - Dutch

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