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Why is spanish spoken so much through out the world?
September 13, 2011 3:29PM
because if u went to Spain and u haden't leart it u would find it very hard to commintait wiv spanish people
because 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.
Asked in Spanish Language and Culture
Where around the world is spanish spoken?
Why is spanish spoken in south and north American so much?
What are the languages that are spoken in the world?
Asked in Spanish Language and Culture
Why is Spanish a most spoken language?
Why did the spanish language become so widely spoken?
Spanish is so widely spoken because the Spanish had such a wide empire, reaching from much of the Caribbean, South and Central America and parts of North America to Asia and Africa beginning in 1492 and lasting for centuries. In the Spanish colonies speaking Spanish was a requirement imposed on the native peoples and in addition there were many Spanish colonists living in these colonies. Spanish is now the second most widely used language in the world after English, having recently displaced French from that statistic.
Asked in Iran, Middle East
What is the best language to learn after English in different countries of the world?
Based upon likely economic importance and influence, Mandarin Chinese. If you don't have a pretty acute sense of pitch, try Hindi If you are thinking European languages... then Either French, which is still a staple in much of South East Asia as well as Europe... Or Spanish- which is spoken all over the New World, and which gets you pretty much able to understand Italian and other latin languages.
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Which languages are the most popular in the world?
Asked in Languages and Cultures, Spain
What languages are spoken in Asturias Spain?
They speak Castellano(Spanish)but people of the territory speak among themselves in the dialect 'Asturian' which is intelligible to others and is not that much different than the nationally spoken Castellano. Asturias is a region of northwest Spain that is considered autonomous. The capital is Oviedo and the primary language spoken in this region is Spanish.
Asked in English to Spanish, English to French
Which is more useful french or spanish?
Answer: Spanish is spoken in all of Latin America (excluding Brasil and Belize), much of the Carribean, by a growing Hispanic community in the United States, and in Spain. French is spoken in Québec, New Brunswick, northern Maine, Louisiana, much of the Carribean, many Pacific islands, France, Belgium, Switzerland, dozens of countries in Africa, southwest Asia, and in Lebanon and Syria. French was the lingua franca of the world before English and some believe Spanish will be the next lingua franca. Bot languages are probably the most useful languages in the world after English so you can't go wrong with either of them.
Asked in Colonial America
Which best describes how the English and spanish colonies compared as of 1600?
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What best describes how the English and Spanish colonies compared as of 1600?
Asked in History of Spain
When did Andorrans become Spanish speaking?
Asked in Spain, English to Spanish
Why should people speak Spanish in the US.?
Note that Spanish is the most widley spoken romance language in the world. It is spoken by hundreds of millions of people. They speak it because their anscestors adopted it and passed it down. Spanish spread very widely because, at one time, the Spanish empire was very powerful. Ask yourself why so many people in the world speak English. Very much of it has to do with the US being a superpower and the Brittish Empire None of the above answers the question. They should speak Spanish because they can speak Spanish. It is better to speak 2 languages than 1, and it is better to speak 3 languages than 2. For this very same reason, however, instead of insisting that the US cater to them and adopt a second language, they slould learn English. Push 1 for English, push 2 for Spanish is not a suitable sustitute.
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What gave the spanish the authority to coloinize much of the new world?
Asked in Languages and Cultures, Panama
What languages are spoken in Panama?
Spanish is the official language of Panama, much the same as it is in all of Central America. A large number of Panamanians speak both Spanish and English. The offical language of Panama is Spanish Spanish Spanish, English, and seven more indigenous languages The main and official Panama language is Spanish, which is widely spoken by most of the people in the country. This Panama language is loved and respected by every citizen and gives them a unique and separate identity. However apart from Spanish, another popular Panama language is English, which is fluently spoken by ~ 15% of the population. English is also one of the chosen mediums of instruction and education in numerous good schools in Panama. Answer spanish Spanish Spanish. Spanish Spanish is the most common language. Spanish Spanish
Asked in History of Spain, Conquistadors
Why was Spain able to control so much of the New World?
Spain was the first European country to explore the Americas. Spanish conquistadors were sent to the New World with much better military technology than that which was available to the local inhabitants. Colonists were drawn to the Americas by the promise of vast riches and the prospect of winning new souls for God. The Spanish Monarchy was able to control the Spanish settlers through a system of viceroyalties and audencias (royal courts of appeals).
Why is Spanish spoken in Peru?
Spanish is spoken in Peru as a result of the Spanish colonisation of Peru in, and since, 1533. People in Peru speak Spanish due to Spanish conquistadors conquered the Incas. This group was led to Tumbes by Francisco Pizarro in 1532. Spain ravaged and colonised much of South America in the wake of the Columbian discoveries. Peru was part of the Spanish Empire since 1532 to 1821, when the republic was established. Most South American countries speak Spanish except Brazil who was a colony of Portugal so they speak Portuguese. Latin America speaks Spanish mostly because of the same reason. Spain inherited the language (Spanish) and the religion (Catholicism/Christianity) to this countries. Actually I'm Peruvian, so I am 100% sure about my answer. It is because Spain ravaged and colonised much of South America (Peru) in the wake of the Colombian discoveries. Spanish was inherited in the country when the conquistadors invaded. The original language was Quechua. When the Spanish Empire conquered Peru in the 16th century, they established and spoke the Spanish language in the country. Today, Spanish is still the main spoken language in Peru. It is because Spain conquered Peru a long time back. because Peru is a Spanish-speaking country. because Peru is a Spanish-speaking country.