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Which countries in North America speak Spanish?

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9 Countries in North America speak spanish, including Central America (which is technically associated with North America):

Mexico

Guatemala

Honduras

Costa Rica

Cuba

Dominican Republic

El Salvador

Nicaragua

Panama

The U.S. also has a very large Spanish-speaking minority.

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