Saturday, November 23, 2002

Should Spanish be the official language for both Americas?

Spanish is growing increasingly popular as a second or third language in a number of countries due to logistical, economic, and touristic interest towards the many nations which chiefly use Spanish as the primary language. This phenomenon is most notable in Brazil, the United States, Italy, France, Portugal, and much of the Anglosphere in general.

Answer on Should Spanish be the official language for both Americas?

Basicamente es un problema de economia. Si quieres acceder a un mercado de mas de 600 millones de consumidores, mas te valdra poder comunicarte con ellos. Por tanto, debido a este hecho y a que el Espanol es la lengua creciente mas importante de todo el continente americano, no dudes si un dia nos llegamos a preguntar si un dia se llego a hablar ingles en norteamerica.

Vivan Las Espanas.


neXo
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Caddy,

The funny thing is that your translation of my passage is quite good, thus I should assume that you have a wide base of my language. Cheers. (Translate this into Spanish now! LMAO)