"Paises Sudamericanos" is Spanish for "South American countries"
Only one: Brazil.
Only one: French Guiana.
Spanish is the official language of most South American countries. Exceptions are Brazil (Portuguese), Suriname (Dutch), Guyana (English), and French Guiana (French), although you will find Spanish speakers in these countries as well.
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Almost all South American countries are Spanish speaking except Guyana (English) Suriname (Dutch) and French Guiana (French) and of course Brazil (Portuguese).
Jamaica, like most south american countries, was first colonised by the spanish. However, unlike those countries, Jamaica was later colonised by the non-RC British
Brazil and Suriname Brazil is not spanish and it does not speak spanish
Brazil, Guyana, Surinam are three countries where Spanish is not the official language. French Guyana is a territory in South America where Spanish is not the common language.
The Spanish, the Portuguese, the Dutch, and the English each had control of a part of south america
Most South American countries speak Spanish. Brazil is the largest country in South America and Portuguese is their primary language. Making them the largest non Spanish language group in South America
The spanish controlled most of Central American and most of South America
They do speak Spanish in many South American countries. However, in some countries Portuguese is the official language. Many people can also speak a secondary language.
Most South American countries speak Spanish however Portugese is the dominant language in Brazil.
All countries that were predominantly settled by Spanish or Portuguese speaking immigrants. Virtually anything south of the Rio Grande. Michael Montagne
The only South American countries where Spanish is not the first official language are Brazil (Portuguese), Suriname (Dutch), Guyana (English) and French Guiana (French). However, Spanish is spoken widely throughout the whole of the South American continent as a second or third official language.
Countries south of United States, Mexico, Central American countries and South American countries are old colonies of Spanish and Portuguese Empires. That's for they speak Spanish in most of the Central and South America, but Portuguese in Brazil. All the countries are mostly catholic, because of their catholic mothercountries. The Spanish conquistadors conquered the lands from Native Americans, of most notables were aztecs and incas. Mayan civilization collapsed before the Europeans came to America. The Native American religions were suppressed, although there are Native American population majorities in some South American countries, like Peru.
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.
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Only Brazil do not have Spanish as an official language. The official language in Brazil is Portuguese.
It would be Spanish. That is if you count all the South American Spanish speaking countries as a whole.