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  2. Spanish language - Wikipedia

    The Association of Spanish Language Academies (Asociación de Academias de la Lengua Española, or ASALE) is the entity which regulates the Spanish language. It was created in Mexico in 1951 and represents the union of all the separate academies in the Spanish-speaking world.

  3. Spanish language - Simple English Wikipedia, the free ...

    0:11. Spanish spoken in Spain. Spanish (Spanish: español, pronounced "Eh-span-yole", IPA: /espaɲol/), also called Castilian, is a Romance language. It is the most spoken Romance language in the world. As of December 2021, over 489 million people in the world spoke Spanish as their first language. [1]

  4. Languages of Spain - Wikipedia

    The majority of languages of Spain belong to the Romance language family, of which Spanish is the only language which has official status for the whole country. Those also include Catalan and Galician (which enjoy official status in specific territories just like Basque, a language isolate) as a well as an additional number of languages and dialects belonging to the Romance language continuum.

  5. List of official languages by country and territory - Wikipedia

    National language: one that uniquely represents the national identity of a state, nation, and/or country and is so designated by a country's government; some are technically minority languages. (On this page a national language is followed by parentheses that identify it as a national language status.)

  6. Spanish - Wikipedia

    Espanola (disambiguation) Hispania, the Roman and Greek name for the Iberian Peninsula. Hispanic, the people, nations, and cultures that have a historical link to Spain. Hispanic (disambiguation) Hispanism. Spain (disambiguation) National and regional identity in Spain. Culture of Spain.

  7. The Most Spoken Language in Spain: A Linguistic Journey

    Galician: A Language with Portuguese Influence 4. Valencian: A Variant of Catalan. Spain, a country rich in culture, history, and diverse traditions, is renowned for its linguistic diversity. With its vibrant regions and unique identities, Spain is a fascinating linguistic tapestry and is also the most spoken language in Spain.

  8. Spanish colonization of the Americas - Simple English ...

    The Spanish colonization of the Americas began with the arrival in America of Christopher Columbus (Cristóbal Colón) in 1492. This was the first part of the European colonization of the Americas. The Spanish grew their control of land in America over the years until they owned Central America, most of South America, Mexico, the South of what ...

  9. SPANISH - UW Homepage

    Examines the correlations between language and social factors such as gender, age, and socioeconomic status. Addresses issues like attitudes toward language, bilingualism in the United States, Spanish as a heritage language, and Spanish in contact with other languages. Prerequisite: either SPAN 303 or SPAN 316; either SPAN 323, LING 200, or ...