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Nayarit is a province of Mexico with a population of 920,000 and 95% speak Spanish and a first language. The remaining 5%, Coras, Mexicaneros, Tepehuanos and Huicholes speak a native language as their first tongue

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There is no official language in Mexico, but Spanish is the national language, and the only one currently used for government purposes.

Spanish Is spoken as a first language by 92.7% of the population. About 5.7% are bilingual in Spanish and indigenous languages, and about 1% can only speak indigenous languages.

Here is a list of 40 indigenous languages, but theses are actually language families. So the true number of languages is much higher:

  1. Nahuatl
  2. Yucatec Maya
  3. Zapotec
  4. Mixtec
  5. Mayo
  6. Yaqui
  7. Tzeltal
  8. Tzotzil
  9. Chol
  10. Totonac
  11. Purépecha
  12. Otomi
  13. Mazahua
  14. Mazatec
  15. Chinantec
  16. Mixe
  17. Zoque
  18. Popoluca
  19. Me'phaa
  20. Wixarika
  21. Chontal
  22. Huave
  23. Pame
  24. Teenek
  25. Kickapoo
  26. Kiliwa
  27. Paipai
  28. Cucapá
  29. Amuzgo
  30. Triqui
  31. Lacandon Maya
  32. Mam Maya
  33. Jakaltek
  34. Matlatzinca
  35. Tepehua
  36. Chichimeca Jonaz
  37. Pima Bajo
  38. Ngiwa
  39. Ixcatec
  40. Ayapanec

These languages are recognized in Mexico as minority languages:

  1. Catalan
  2. Plautdietsch
  3. Chipilo Venetian dialect


These are the main sign languages used in Mexico:

  1. Mexican Sign Language
  2. Yucatan Sign Language
  3. Plains Sign Talk
  4. American Sign Language

In 2005, Mexican Sign Language was officially declared a "national language", along with Spanish and indigenous languages, to be used in the national education system for the deaf.

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Yes. In addition to Spanish, the de-facto language spoken by 92.7% of the Mexican population, 63 Amerindian languages are recognized as national languages; these include Nahuatl, YucatecMaya, Mixtec, Zapotec, Tzeltal Maya, Tzotzil Maya and Otomi. It is estimated 5.7% of the population speaks any one of these languages besides Spanish and 0.8% speaks only one of these Amerindian languages.

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Nahuatl qualifies as such. It is spoken by approximately 1.5 million people (1.3% of the population, 2010).

If you mean foreign languages, English is the largest, spoken by at least 0.5 million people due to business and tourism-related activities.

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In addition to Spanish, the de-facto language spoken by 92.7% of the Mexican population, 63 Amerindian languages are recognized as national languages; these include Nahuatl, YucatecMaya, Mixtec, Zapotec, Tzeltal Maya, Tzotzil Maya and Otomi. It is estimated 5.7% of the population speaks any one of these languages besides Spanish and 0.8% speaks only one of these Amerindian languages.

There are also many non-indigenous languages spoken in Mexico, the most important being English - spoken by English-speaking immigrants, many residents on the northern border states of Mexico and many people who use it on a daily basis for business and tourism activities.

Finally, other foreign languages include German, French, Arabic, Russian, Hebrew, Korean and Chinese, spoken by less than 0.8% of the population; most of them are spoken by first or second generation immigrants. One example of these is the rather large Orthodox Jewish community in Mexico City, keeping many of their customs intact, including their language.

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Mexico is a nation with a huge linguistic diversity. Spanish is the de-facto language (meaning Mexico does not have any official language) spoken by 92.7% of the Mexican population. 63 Amerindian languages are also recognized as national languages and can be used for official purposes; these include Nahuatl,Yucatec Maya, Mixtec, Zapotec, Tzeltal Maya, Tzotzil Maya and Otomi. It is estimated 5.7% of the population, or about 6 million people (the second largest after Peru), speaks any one of these languages besides Spanish and 0.8% speaks only one of these Amerindian languages. Nahuatl is spoken by about 1.5 million and about 800,000 to 1.2 million speak Yukatek Maya and about 700,000 more speak other Mayan languages.

There are also many non-indigenous languages spoken in Mexico, the most important being English - spoken by English-speaking immigrants, many residents on the northern border states of Mexico and many people who use it on a daily basis for business and tourism activities.

Finally, other foreign languages include German, French, Arabic, Russian, Hebrew, Korean and Chinese, spoken by less than 0.8% of the population; most of them are spoken by first or second generation immigrants. One example of these is the rather large Orthodox Jewish community in Mexico City, keeping many of their customs intact, including their language.

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Mexico is a nation with a huge linguistic diversity. Spanish is the de-facto language (meaning Mexico does not have any official language) spoken by 92.7% of the Mexican population. 63 Amerindian languages are also recognized as national languages and can be used for official purposes; these include Nahuatl, Yucatec Maya, Mixtec, Zapotec, Tzeltal Maya, Tzotzil Maya and Otomi. It is estimated 5.7% of the population, or about 6 million people (the second largest after Peru), speaks any one of these languages besides Spanish and 0.8% speaks only one of these Amerindian languages. Nahuatl is spoken by about 1.5 million and about 800,000 to 1.2 million speak Yukatek Maya and about 700,000 more speak other Mayan languages.

There are also many non-indigenous languages spoken in Mexico, the most important being English - spoken by English-speaking immigrants, many residents on the northern border states of Mexico and many people who use it on a daily basis for business and tourism activities.

Finally, other foreign languages include German, French, Arabic, Russian, Hebrew, Korean and Chinese, spoken by less than 0.8% of the population; most of them are spoken by first or second generation immigrants. One example of these is the rather large Orthodox Jewish community in Mexico City, keeping many of their customs intact, including their language.

Well, books and papers in general normally mention Spanish and Náhuatl, but undoubtedly some other indigenous (native) languages are still spoken, and maybe some groups don´t speak Spanish!

Spanish is the major language of Mexico, spoken by over 90% of the population.

Mexico is a nation with a huge linguistic diversity. Spanish is the de-facto language (meaning Mexico does not have any official language) spoken by 92.7% of the Mexican population. 63 Amerindian languages are also recognized as national languages and can be used for official purposes; these include Nahuatl,Yucatec Maya, Mixtec, Zapotec, Tzeltal Maya, Tzotzil Maya and Otomi. It is estimated 5.7% of the population, or about 6 million people (the second largest after Peru), speaks any one of these languages besides Spanish and 0.8% speaks only one of these Amerindian languages. Nahuatl is spoken by about 1.5 million and about 800,000 to 1.2 million speak Yukatek Maya and about 700,000 more speak other Mayan languages.

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There are also many non-indigenous languages spoken in Mexico, the most important being English - spoken by English-speaking immigrants, many residents on the northern border states of Mexico and many people who use it on a daily basis for business and tourism activities.

Finally, other foreign languages include German, French, Arabic, Russian, Hebrew, Korean and Chinese, spoken by less than 0.8% of the population; most of them are spoken by first or second generation immigrants. One example of these is the rather large Orthodox Jewish community in Mexico City, keeping many of their customs intact, including their language.

As an interesting fact, the least spoken languages in Mexico include either Lao (From Laos), Dhivehi (from the Maldives Islands), Kazakh (Kazakhstan) or Uzbek (Uzbekistan), spoken by less than 10 people in Mexico, all of them registered immigrants. The least spoken Amerindian, native language in Mexico would be the Opata language, spoken by 12 speakers in 1997 and considered almost extinct.

Spanish, Nahuatl, Maya, Zapotec, Mixtec, P'urhépecha, others

Spanish is the lingua franca of Mexico. Linguists have identified over 260 languages and dialects spoken in Mexico today. Many people in Mexico start life in one of these dialects. They learn Mexican Spanish as a second language when they attend school. When they come to the US and learn English, they're working on their third or fourth language. Some of the major branch languages spoken are Mixtec, Zapotec, Nahuatl, Totonac, Chinantec.

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In addition to Spanish, the de-facto language spoken by 92.7% of the Mexican population, 63 Amerindian languages are recognized as national languages; these include Nahuatl, YucatecMaya, Mixtec, Zapotec, Tzeltal Maya, Tzotzil Maya and Otomi. It is estimated 5.7% of the population speaks any one of these languages besides Spanish and 0.8% speaks only one of these Amerindian languages.

There are also many non-indigenous languages spoken in Mexico, the most important being English - spoken by English-speaking immigrants, many residents on the northern border states of Mexico and many people who use it on a daily basis for business and tourism activities.

Finally, other foreign languages include German, French, Arabic, Russian, Hebrew, Korean and Chinese, spoken by less than 0.8% of the population; most of them are spoken by first or second generation immigrants. One example of these is the rather large Orthodox Jewish community in Mexico City, keeping many of their customs intact, including their language.

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Spanish is the main language spoken in Mexico.

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Mexico is a nation with a huge linguistic diversity. In addition to Spanish, the de-facto language spoken by 92.7% of the Mexican population, 63 Amerindian languages are recognized as national languages; these include Nahuatl, Yucatec Maya, Mixtec, Zapotec, Tzeltal Maya, Tzotzil Maya and Otomi. It is estimated 5.7% of the population, about 6 million people (the second largest after Peru), speaks any one of these languages besides Spanish and 0.8% speaks only one of these Amerindian languages. Nahuatl is spoken by about 1.5 million and about 800,000 to 1.2 million speak Yucatec Maya and about 700,000 more speak other Mayan languages.

There are also many non-indigenous languages spoken in Mexico, the most important being English - spoken by English-speaking immigrants, many residents on the northern border states of Mexico and many people who use it on a daily basis for business and tourism activities.

Finally, other foreign languages include German, French, Arabic, Russian, Hebrew, Korean and Chinese, spoken by less than 0.8% of the population; most of them are spoken by first or second generation immigrants. One example of these is the rather large Orthodox Jewish community in Mexico City, keeping many of their customs intact, including their language.

As an interesting fact, the least spoken languages in Mexico include either Lao (From Laos), Dhivehi (from the Maldives Islands), Kazakh (Kazakhstan) or Uzbek(Uzbekistan), spoken by less than 10 people in Mexico, all of them registered immigrants. The least spoken Amerindian, native language in Mexico would be the Opata language, spoken by 15 speakers in 1993 and considered almost extinct.
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Spanish is the most widely spoken language in Mexico.
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Nahuatl qualifies as such. It is spoken by approximately 1.5 million people (1.3% of the population, 2010).

If you mean foreign languages, English is the largest, spoken by at least 0.5 million people due to business and tourism-related activities.
Spanish is the most spoken language in Mexico and is the de facto national language. The second most spoken language is English. Other minor languages include French, German, Russian, Arabic, and Basque. Major indigenous languages include Nahuatl, Yucatec Maya, and Mixtec.

62 indigenous languages. Spanish makes 63.
Mexico does not have any official languages (just like the U.S.). But the most commonly spoken language is Spanish.
Yes. In addition to Spanish, the de-facto language spoken by 92.7% of the Mexican population, 63 Amerindian languages are recognized as national languages; these include Nahuatl, YucatecMaya, Mixtec, Zapotec, Tzeltal Maya, Tzotzil Maya and Otomi. It is estimated 5.7% of the population speaks any one of these languages besides Spanish and 0.8% speaks only one of these Amerindian languages.
In addition to Spanish, the de-facto language spoken by 92.7% of the Mexican population, 63 Amerindian languages are recognized as national languages; these include Nahuatl, Yucatec Maya, Mixtec, Zapotec, Tzeltal Maya, Tzotzil Maya and Otomi. It is estimated 5.7% of the population speaks any one of these languages besides Spanish and 0.8% speaks only one of these Amerindian languages.
Indian Native American Languages are spoken in South Mexia by 14 mio people

Spanish is Spoken in the North mostly around the Mexican American Border
Spanish, the official language, is spoken by nearly the entire population, thus giving Mexico the world's largest Spanish-speaking community; more Mexicans speak Spanish than Spaniards. Only a small number of inhabitants, about 1% of the population according to last estimate, speak only indigenous Amerindian languages or dialects. A larger percentage, some7.5% at last estimate, speak some Amerindian language. There are at least 31 different Amerindian language groups, the principal languages being Nahuatl, Maya, Zapotec, Otomi, and Mixtec.


the Mexicans speak a mixture of spanish, Aztec, Mayan, and many others
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Here is a list of all 299 languages spoken in Mexico:

1. Afro-Seminole Creole

2. Amuzgo, Guerrero

3. Amuzgo, Ipalapa

4. Amuzgo, San Pedro Amuzgos

5. Chatino, Eastern Highland

6. Chatino, Nopala

7. Chatino, Tataltepec

8. Chatino, Western Highland

9. Chatino, Zacatepec

10. Chatino, Zenzontepec

11. Chiapanec

12. Chichimeca-Jonaz

13. Chicomuceltec

14. Chinantec, Chiltepec

15. Chinantec, Comaltepec

16. Chinantec, Lalana

17. Chinantec, Lealao

18. Chinantec, Ojitlán

19. Chinantec, Ozumacín

20. Chinantec, Palantla

21. Chinantec, Quiotepec

22. Chinantec, Sochiapam

23. Chinantec, Tepetotutla

24. Chinantec, Tepinapa

25. Chinantec, Tlacoatzintepec

26. Chinantec, Usila

27. Chinantec, Valle Nacional

28. Chocholtec

29. Chol, Tila

30. Chol, Tumbalá

31. Chontal, Highland Oaxaca

32. Chontal, Lowland Oaxaca

33. Chontal, Tabasco

34. Chuj, Ixtatán

35. Cochimi

36. Cocopa

37. Cora, El Nayar

38. Cora, Santa Teresa

39. Cuicatec, Tepeuxila

40. Cuicatec, Teutila

41. Huarijío

42. Huastec, San Luís Potosí

43. Huastec, Southeastern

44. Huastec, Veracruz

45. Huave, San Dionisio del Mar

46. Huave, San Francisco del Mar

47. Huave, San Mateo del Mar

48. Huave, Santa María del Mar

49. Huichol

50. Ixcatec

51. Jacaltec, Western

52. Kanjobal, Western

53. Kickapoo

54. Kiliwa

55. Kumiai

56. Lacandon

57. Mam, Northern

58. Mam, Todos Santos

59. Matlatzinca, Atzingo

60. Matlatzinca, San Francisco

61. Maya, Chan Santa Cruz

62. Maya, Yucatán

63. Mayo

64. Mazahua, Central

65. Mazahua, Michoacán

66. Mazatec, Ayautla

67. Mazatec, Chiquihuitlán

68. Mazatec, Huautla

69. Mazatec, Ixcatlán

70. Mazatec, Jalapa de Díaz

71. Mazatec, Mazatlán

72. Mazatec, San Jerónimo Tecóatl

73. Mazatec, Soyaltepec

74. Me'phaa, Acatepec

75. Me'phaa, Azoyú

76. Me'phaa, Malinaltepec

77. Me'phaa, Tlacoapa

78. Mexican Sign Language

79. Mixe, Coatlán

80. Mixe, Isthmus

81. Mixe, Juquila

82. Mixe, Mazatlán

83. Mixe, North Central

84. Mixe, Quetzaltepec

85. Mixe, Tlahuitoltepec

86. Mixe, Totontepec

87. Mixtec, Alacatlatzala

88. Mixtec, Alcozauca

89. Mixtec, Amoltepec

90. Mixtec, Apasco-Apoala

91. Mixtec, Atatláhuca

92. Mixtec, Ayutla

93. Mixtec, Cacaloxtepec

94. Mixtec, Chayuco

95. Mixtec, Chazumba

96. Mixtec, Chigmecatitlán

97. Mixtec, Coatzospan

98. Mixtec, Cuyamecalco

99. Mixtec, Diuxi-Tilantongo

100. Mixtec, Huitepec

101. Mixtec, Itundujia

102. Mixtec, Ixtayutla

103. Mixtec, Jamiltepec

104. Mixtec, Juxtlahuaca

105. Mixtec, Magdalena Peñasco

106. Mixtec, Metlatónoc

107. Mixtec, Mitlatongo

108. Mixtec, Mixtepec

109. Mixtec, Northern Tlaxiaco

110. Mixtec, Northwest Oaxaca

111. Mixtec, Ocotepec

112. Mixtec, Peñoles

113. Mixtec, Pinotepa Nacional

114. Mixtec, San Juan Colorado

115. Mixtec, San Juan Teita

116. Mixtec, San Miguel el Grande

117. Mixtec, San Miguel Piedras

118. Mixtec, Santa Lucía Monteverde

119. Mixtec, Santa María Zacatepec

120. Mixtec, Silacayoapan

121. Mixtec, Sindihui

122. Mixtec, Sinicahua

123. Mixtec, Southeastern Nochixtlán

124. Mixtec, Southern Puebla

125. Mixtec, Southwestern Tlaxiaco

126. Mixtec, Soyaltepec

127. Mixtec, Tacahua

128. Mixtec, Tamazola

129. Mixtec, Tezoatlán

130. Mixtec, Tidaá

131. Mixtec, Tijaltepec

132. Mixtec, Tlazoyaltepec

133. Mixtec, Tututepec

134. Mixtec, Western Juxtlahuaca

135. Mixtec, Yoloxóchitl

136. Mixtec, Yosondúa

137. Mixtec, Yucuañe

138. Mixtec, Yutanduchi

139. Mocho

140. Nahuatl, Central

141. Nahuatl, Central Huasteca

142. Nahuatl, Central Puebla

143. Nahuatl, Classical

144. Nahuatl, Coatepec

145. Nahuatl, Durango

146. Nahuatl, Eastern Huasteca

147. Nahuatl, Guerrero

148. Nahuatl, Highland Puebla

149. Nahuatl, Huaxcaleca

150. Nahuatl, Isthmus-Cosoleacaque

151. Nahuatl, Isthmus-Mecayapan

152. Nahuatl, Isthmus-Pajapan

153. Nahuatl, Michoacán

154. Nahuatl, Morelos

155. Nahuatl, Northern Oaxaca

156. Nahuatl, Northern Puebla

157. Nahuatl, Ometepec

158. Nahuatl, Orizaba

159. Nahuatl, Santa María la Alta

160. Nahuatl, Sierra Negra

161. Nahuatl, Southeastern Puebla

162. Nahuatl, Tabasco

163. Nahuatl, Temascaltepec

164. Nahuatl, Tetelcingo

165. Nahuatl, Tlamacazapa

166. Nahuatl, Western Huasteca

167. Nahuatl, Zacatlán-Ahuacatlán-Tepetzintla

168. Opata

169. Otomi, Eastern Highland

170. Otomi, Estado de México

171. Otomi, Ixtenco

172. Otomi, Mezquital

173. Otomi, Querétaro

174. Otomi, Temoaya

175. Otomi, Tenango

176. Otomi, Texcatepec

177. Otomi, Tilapa

178. Paipai

179. Pame, Central

180. Pame, Northern

181. Pame, Southern

182. Pima Bajo

183. Plautdietsch

184. Popoloca, Coyotepec

185. Popoloca, Mezontla

186. Popoloca, San Felipe Otlaltepec

187. Popoloca, San Juan Atzingo

188. Popoloca, San Luís Temalacayuca

189. Popoloca, San Marcos Tlalcoyalco

190. Popoloca, Santa Inés Ahuatempan

191. Popoluca, Highland

192. Popoluca, Oluta

193. Popoluca, Sayula

194. Popoluca, Texistepec

195. Purepecha

196. Purepecha, Western Highland

197. Seri

198. Spanish

199. Tacanec

200. Tarahumara, Central

201. Tarahumara, Northern

202. Tarahumara, Southeastern

203. Tarahumara, Southwestern

204. Tarahumara, Western

205. Tectitec

206. Tepecano

207. Tepehua, Huehuetla

208. Tepehua, Pisaflores

209. Tepehua, Tlachichilco

210. Tepehuan, Northern

211. Tepehuan, Southeastern

212. Tepehuan, Southwestern

213. Tojolabal

214. Totonac, Coyutla

215. Totonac, Filomena Mata-Coahuitlán

216. Totonac, Highland

217. Totonac, Papantla

218. Totonac, Tecpatlán

219. Totonac, Upper Necaxa

220. Totonac, Ozumatlán

221. Totonac, Xicotepec de Juárez

222. Totonac, Yecuatla

223. Triqui, Chicahuaxtla

224. Triqui, Copala

225. Triqui, San Martín Itunyoso

226. Tubar

227. Tzeltal, Bachajón

228. Tzeltal, Oxchuc

229. Tzotzil, Chamula

230. Tzotzil, Chenalhó

231. Tzotzil, Huixtán

232. Tzotzil, San Andrés Larrainzar

233. Tzotzil, Venustiano Carranza

234. Tzotzil, Zinacantán

235. Yaqui

236. Yucatec Maya Sign Language

237. Zapotec

238. Zapotec, Aloápam

239. Zapotec, Amatlán

240. Zapotec, Asunción Mixtepec

241. Zapotec, Ayoquesco

242. Zapotec, Cajonos

243. Zapotec, Chichicapan

244. Zapotec, Choapan

245. Zapotec, Coatecas Altas

246. Zapotec, Coatlán

247. Zapotec, El Alto

248. Zapotec, Elotepec

249. Zapotec, Guevea de Humboldt

250. Zapotec, Güilá

251. Zapotec, Isthmus

252. Zapotec, Lachiguiri

253. Zapotec, Lachixío

254. Zapotec, Lapaguía-Guivini

255. Zapotec, Loxicha

256. Zapotec, Mazaltepec

257. Zapotec, Miahuatlán

258. Zapotec, Mitla

259. Zapotec, Mixtepec

260. Zapotec, Ocotlán

261. Zapotec, Ozolotepec

262. Zapotec, Petapa

263. Zapotec, Quiavicuzas

264. Zapotec, Quioquitani-Quierí

265. Zapotec, Rincón

266. Zapotec, San Agustín Mixtepec

267. Zapotec, San Baltazar Loxicha

268. Zapotec, San Juan Guelavía

269. Zapotec, San Pedro Quiatoni

270. Zapotec, San Vicente Coatlán

271. Zapotec, Santa Catarina Albarradas

272. Zapotec, Santa Inés Yatzechi

273. Zapotec, Santa María Quiegolani

274. Zapotec, Santiago Xanica

275. Zapotec, Santo Domingo Albarradas

276. Zapotec, Sierra de Juárez

277. Zapotec, Southeastern Ixtlán

278. Zapotec, Southern Rincon

279. Zapotec, Tabaa

280. Zapotec, Tejalapan

281. Zapotec, Texmelucan

282. Zapotec, Tilquiapan

283. Zapotec, Tlacolulita

284. Zapotec, Totomachapan

285. Zapotec, Xadani

286. Zapotec, Xanaguía

287. Zapotec, Yalálag

288. Zapotec, Yareni

289. Zapotec, Yatee

290. Zapotec, Yatzachi

291. Zapotec, Yautepec

292. Zapotec, Zaachila

293. Zapotec, Zaniza

294. Zapotec, Zoogocho

295. Zoque, Chimalapa

296. Zoque, Copainalá

297. Zoque, Francisco León

298. Zoque, Rayón

299. Zoque, Tabasco
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Mexico is a nation with a huge linguistic diversity. In addition to Spanish, the de-facto language spoken by 92.7% of the Mexican population, 63 Amerindian languages are recognized as national languages; these include Nahuatl, Yucatec Maya, Mixtec, Zapotec, Tzeltal Maya, Tzotzil Maya and Otomi. It is estimated 5.7% of the population speaks any one of these languages besides Spanish and 0.8% speaks only one of these Amerindian languages.

There are also many non-indigenous languages spoken in Mexico, the most important being English - spoken by English-speaking immigrants, many residents on the northern border states of Mexico and many people who use it on a daily basis for business and tourism activities.

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In addition to Spanish, the de-facto language spoken by 92.7% of the Mexican population, 63 Amerindian languages are recognized as national languages; these include Nahuatl, Yucatec Maya, Mixtec, Zapotec, Tzeltal Maya, Tzotzil Maya and Otomi. It is estimated 5.7% of the population speaks any one of these languages besides Spanish and 0.8% speaks only one of these Amerindian languages.

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