Chileans do speak Spanish; it is the official language of Chile.
Si we speak spanish in Chile
Chile isn't a language. They speak Spanish in Chile.
In Chile the official language is Spanish
Chile was once a Spanish colony. Their language is not Spanish, but Chilenisimo, a combination of Spanish and Mapudungun, the native language.
They don't really speak English in Chile but they may speak Spanish. My overall percentage for speaking English in Chile is about 10%.
they speak spanish
Because Chile was once a colony of Spain.
yes they do i chilean and I do speak spanish
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no she doesnt but she knows how to speak spanish
In Chile they speak Spanish. "Number four" can be translated as "nÃºmero cuatro".
CHILE was the given name that Spaniards choose for those territories. Therefore, spanish was the language of Chile. Before Spaniards there were several languages spoken by naturals.
Colombia and Chile
chile, or spanish?
four of the five countries bordering Peru speak Spanish:EcuadorColombiaBoliviaChile
Mexico, Argentina, Colombia, Chile, and the United States.
The following South American countries speak Spanish: Argentina Bolivia Chile Paraguay Peru Uruguay Venezuela
Most people in Santiago speak Spanish.
Spanish'Castellano' is the official language of Chile. It is a spanish dialect. In Santiago and the whole central region of Chile people speak very fast and cut word endings, making the language hard to understand even for native spanish speakers
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no he doesnt he speaks whatever type of language that his type of indian speak
In Chile they mostly speak Spanish and Quechua but also speak English, Aymara, central, Chilean sign language, Huilliche, Kakauhua, y'amana and much more languages frequently talked.
Argentina is its own separate nation, although it's people do speak Spanish like the equally independent nations of Chile and Mexico. The people of the country of Brazil speak Portuguese.