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Language > Spanish status: Countries Compared

COUNTRY DESCRIPTION
Andorra Bible 1553-1979.
Argentina National language. Bible 1553-1979.
Belize Radio programs, TV. Bible 1553-1979.
Bolivia National language. Bible 1553-1979.
Chile National language. Bible 1553-1979.
Colombia National language. Bible 1553-1979.
Costa Rica National language. Bible 1553-1979.
Cuba National language. Bible 1553-1979.
Dominican Republic National language. Bible 1553-1979.
Ecuador National language. Christian. Bible 1553-1979.
El Salvador National language. Bible 1553-1979.
Equatorial Guinea Official language. Bible 1553-1979.
France Bible 1553-1979.
Gibraltar Bible 1553-1979.
Guatemala National language. Bible 1553-1979.
Honduras National language. Bible 1553-1979.
Mexico National language. Bible 1553-1979.
Morocco Bible 1553-1979.
Nicaragua National language. Bible 1553-1979.
Panama National language. Bible 1553-1979.
Paraguay Used in education and government. National language. Bible 1553-1979.
Peru National language. Bible 1553-1979.
Philippines Formerly the official language. Used by a few families as mother tongue. Christian. Bible 1553-1979.
Puerto Rico Some dialects are considered to be archaic. National language. Bible 1553-1979.
Trinidad and Tobago Users seem to be second language users only. Frequent contact with Venezuelan fishing communities that lie nine miles off the coast of Trinidad. Bible 1553-1979.
United States Population has increased 61% or more since 1970. Official language. Bible 1553-1979.
Uruguay National language. Bible 1553-1979.
Venezuela National language. Bible 1553-1979.

Citation

"Countries Compared by Language > Spanish status. International Statistics at NationMaster.com", Ethnologue. Aggregates compiled by NationMaster. Retrieved from http://www.nationmaster.com/country-info/stats/Language/Spanish-status

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