How many countries in Africa are Spanish speaking countries?

In Africa, only one country has Spanish as an official language. That country is Equatorial Guinea, where around 68% of the population of 1,3 million people speak Equatoguinean Spanish as their mother tongue, and while Portuguese and French are co-official languages in the country, these are much less current.

What two countries in Africa speak Spanish?

Equatorial Guinea

Republic of Equatorial Guinea República de Guinea Ecuatorial (Spanish) République de Guinée Équatoriale (French) República da Guiné Equatorial (Portuguese)
Largest city Bata
Official languages Spanish French Portuguese
Recognised regional languages English
Spoken languages show List

What country in Africa speaks English?

A report by the World Linguistic Society has named Uganda as the best English speaking country in Africa.

What is the biggest Spanish speaking city?

List of Latin American cities by population

City Population
1 São Paulo 11,967,825
2 Mexico City 8,918,653
3 Lima 8,894,412
4 Bogotá 7,862,277

Is Costa Rica a Spanish speaking country?

Costa Rica’s official and predominant language is Spanish. The variety spoken there, Costa Rican Spanish, is a form of Central American Spanish.

What is the world rank for the Spanish language?

Ethnologue (2019, 22nd edition)

Rank Language Percentage of world pop. (March 2019)
1 Mandarin Chinese 11.922%
2 Spanish 5.994%
3 English 4.922%
4 Hindi (sanskritised Hindustani) 4.429%
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