What countries actually speak Spanish?
Spanish is the official or co-language of the following countries: Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Puerto Rico, Uruguay, Venezuela and Spain.
Why does Indonesia not speak Dutch?
The short answer is because the Dutch themselves didn’t want them to in the first place. They wanted to keep the natives of the Dutch East Indies in their place and not get ideas above their station, which would have threatened Dutch colonial rule.
What does Indonesian sound like to foreigners?
I have been told by my American friends that Indonesian sounds like a train of short syllables uttered in a rapid way, like Chinese language but with fewer nasal sounds and no tones. I’ve also read somewhere that to foreigners we sound staccato-ish. Another friend said to him I sound like somebody hammering a nail.
Why do Indonesians know so many languages?
Why Indonesia has so many languages
This means that Indonesia consists of many islands that separated from one another. One island and island have different races or tribes. Each tribe has its own unique language. As Indonesia has so many tribes, this leads to Indonesia also has so many languages.
What is the biggest Spanish speaking city?
List of Latin American cities by population