Equatorial Guinea or Guinea Equatorial. They speak both Spanish and French, but the official is Spanish.
No, there isn't.
the country speaks spanish
The count in South America that speaks Spanish is Uruguay. It is also the second smallest country in South America.
It is Mexico
An official language is determined when there are at least half a million people that speak the language. The only country in Africa that speaks Spanish officially is Equatorial Guinea.
There is no Spanish countries in Africa.
The Philippines speak Spanish although it is not the official language.
by going to a country that speaks spanish or go to a school where you can learn spanish.
i believe. i think so becasue the country speaks spanish
None of those is a country.
That is a matter of opinion, it depends on what accent you like better, what slang you like better, etc. It is like asking which English country speaks the best English
Equatorial Guinea is the only Spanish-speaking country in Africa.
ALL of the countries in Southern Africa do not speak Spanish as their primary language. The only Spanish-speaking country in Africa is Equatorial Guinea, which is in Central Africa.
No, Algeria speaks french and Arabic
Brazil speaks Portages Also: Guyana speaks English Suriname speaks Dutch French Guiana speaks French
The country is Equatorial Guinea.
Portugal, oh, & Brazil !
There is no continent of Mexico. Mexico is just a country.