In North America? Only in Mexico Spanish is the first spoken language. A lot of people speak Spanish as their native language also in the United States - but English is the first language there.
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.
9 Countries speak Spanish in Sur America
Officially, only Mexico. Unofficially, America ( USA ) has a large Spanish-speaking or Hispanic population. Canada, the third of the three countries of North America, has a very small Hispanic community of citizens.
The ten countries that speak Spanish in North and South America are Mexico, Venezuela, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia, Uruguay, Paraguay, Chile, and Argentina. Hope this helps! :)
There are three countries in North America. They are Canada, The United States of America, and the United States of Mexico. Two of the, the USA and Canada, speak English. Canada also speaks French, and Mexico speaks Spanish.
I'm sure you will find people who speak Spanish in all North American countries - but those countries where you will find the least number of Spanish speakers would be Denmark (Greenland) France (Pierre & St, Mig,) Canada United Kingdom (Bermuda) United States of America (although there are lots in California to Texas)
All countries in South and Central America speak Spanish with the exception of Brazil, Belize, Surinam, French Guyana, and the Falkland Islands.
Most countries speak Spanish
The following 4 continents have countries that speak Spanish as an official language:AfricaEuropeNorth AmericaSouth America
In Spain or in all countries in South America. In Spain or in all countries in South America.
Colombia and Chile
there are two other countries in the world that speak spanish that aren't in north America or south America 1. Spain(Europe) 2.Equatorial Guinea(Africa)
The following South American countries speak Spanish: Argentina Bolivia Chile Paraguay Peru Uruguay Venezuela
in the 15th century Spain travelled to America looking for land. that is why lots of the countries near there speak Spanish. but in south America and Brazil doesn't speak Spanish, and above Mexico. i hope this has answered your question.
The following South American countries do not speak Spanish:BrazilSurinameFrench GuianaThe Falkland IslandsThese countries do not speak spanish because they were never colonies of Spain.
All of the nations in Central America speak Spanish. Most have it as a national language. Other languages are spoken in this countries including English and indigenous tongues.
Brazil, French Guiana
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.
They were once colonies of Spain.
Outside of South America, Spanish speakers are found mainly in North and Central America. The following countries not in South America have Spanish as either an official language or a national language:Costa RicaCubaDominican RepublicEl SalvadorEquatorial GuineaGuatemalaHondurasMexicoNicaraguaPanamaSpainThe United States of America (not a national language, but a significant second language)
There are three countries in North America. Canada officially speaks French. The United States and Mexico don't.
The majority of the countries in South America were colonized by Spain., hence the dominance of Spanish in S.A