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Interesting Facts about Spanish Language (español)
Spanish is the official language of Equatorial Guinea and Spain
This language constitutes almost 570 million total speakers
Spanish is also the native language of 19 countries in the Americas, where it is widely spoken by around 418 million people
The United States consider Spanish as the most popular second language to be learned
Spanish is termed as castellano as well as español in Spain
Spanish is composed of five vowels and 17 to 19 consonants
The Spanish alphabet contains Ch (che) and Ll (elle). However, the Royal Spanish Academy, in the year 1994, adjudged that the letters Ch (che) and Ll (elle) would not be used as separate letters.
Where is Spanish Spoken
Trinidad and Tobago
Mexico and the United States: Spoken in New Mexico, Caló
Rioplatense: Spoken in Paraguay, Argentina and Uruguay
Central American: Spoken in Central America, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Guatemala, El Salvador and Honduras
Andean-Pacific: Spoken in western Bolivia, Peru, Colombia, Ecuador and Andean Venezuela
Chilean: Spoken in Cuyo province and Chiloé
Caribbean: Spoken in Dominican Republic, Cuba, Panama, Puerto Rico, Venezuela, Caribbean Colombia and Caribbean Mexico
Old varieties are:
Canarian: Spoken in Canary Islands
Philippine Spanish: Spoken in Philippine
Central-Southern Peninsular: Spoken in Madrid, La Mancha and Toledo
Southern Peninsular: Spoken in Extremadura, Andalusia and Murcia
Northern Peninsular: Spoken in Cantabria, Asturias, Rioja, Navarre, Basque country, Castilla y León, Aragón, Provinces of Guadalajara and Cuenca
Basic Info about Spanish Native Country
Population: 46.77 million (2014)
GDP (per capita): 29,863.18 USD (2013)
King: Felipe VI
Prime Minister: Mariano Rajoy Brey
Government Type: Constitutional Monarchy
Ease of Doing Business Rank: 33rd
Unemployment Rate: 22.7%
Major Industries: Chemicals, machinery, automobiles, machine tools, pharmaceuticals, tourism, food and beverages, metals and metal manufactures, textiles and apparel, shipbuilding and footwear
✓ Ratoncito Pérez is a popular figure in Spain which is known as a tooth mouse. ✓ Bullfighting is very famous, but also very controversial tradition followed in Spain. It is a bloodsport, where the bull is slaughtered by a matador. Thus, it has been banned in some regions in Spain. ✓ Another popular sport in Spain is soccer. ✓ A traditional style of gathering for meals is called as Tapas in Spain. ✓ Spain gave the first known stapler, mop and bucket astronaut’s space suit and the modern cigarette.
Spanish is one of the most spoken romance languages and is also known as Castilian. The standardization of Castilian took place in the 13th century, when King Alfonso X of Castile assembled scribes at his court. When Isabella I of Castile and Ferdinand II of Aragon got married in 1469, the two regions came together and were able to fund or support the voyages of Christopher Columbus financially. In 1492, the first Spanish grammar was written and presented to the Queen Isabella. In the same year, the Spanish Jews were expelled from Spain. This helped the Spanish to spread their language and culture. Also, when Spanish patronage led to the discovery of the Americas, Spanish was allowed to be spoken in new lands.
Due to Spanish colonization, the language became popular in various American and also in some Pacific island groups, viz. Micronesia, Guam, Palau, the Marianas and the Philippines. But, as the 17th century came to an end, the Spanish empire started losing its power. Some of the major reasons were wars with France, European colonialism and the expansion of several other kingdoms.
Spanish Language Academies association was established in the year 1951 and today each country with Spanish natives owns a Spanish language academy.
In the late 1800s, there were some countries and colonies (Spanish-speaking) in the Americas, where adopting the Spanish language became necessary as part of their immigration process. These colonies and countries included Panama, Argentina, Venezuela, Chile, Mexico, Colombia, Uruguay and Cuba.
Further, during the 20th century, Spanish was declared to be the only official language of Spain. This declaration was made by Francisco Franco, who was the Caudillo of Spain at that time. However, the Spanish parliament in 1960-1970s allowed the provinces to add Catalan, Basque and Galician as the official languages. But, the most widely used language in Spanish government, culture, business, education, media and work. Additionally, the language was chosen as one of the official languages of the United Nations.
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