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Why is spanish spoken so much through out the world?


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Answered 2011-09-13 15:29:58
because if u went to Spain and u haden't leart it u would find it very hard to commintait wiv spanish peoplebecause if u went to Spain and u haden't leart it u would find it very hard to commintait wiv spanish peopleits just like us

why is English spoken? spanish is spoken because it is their modern language like ours is English! we come from different cultures that's why spanish is spoken so much throughout the word because of the culture we come from.

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