Wp/dtp/Boros Sepanyol

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Spanish
Castilian
  • español
  • castellano
KopolombusanTemplate:Wp/dtp/IPA-es
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SpeakersNative: 500 million (2023)[1]
Total: 600 million[1]Template:Wp/dtp/Br100 million speakers with limited capacity (23 million students)[1]
Bontuk pogulu
Latin (Spanish alphabet)
Spanish Braille
Signed Spanish (using signs of the local language)
Status nokoimagon
Boros nokoimagon id



Titoina doAssociation of Spanish Language Academies
(Real Academia Española and 22 other national Spanish language academies)
Kod boros
ISO 639-1es
ISO 639-2spa
ISO 639-3spa
Glottologstan1288
Linguasphere51-AAA-b
  Official language
  Co-official language
  Secondary language (spoken by about 20% of the population or more)
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Boros Sepanyol nopo nga iso boros mantad Boros latin. Ogumu tulun id pomogunan timpu baino momoguno boros diti gama soboogian mantad do bagas penjelajahan om penjajahan tulun Sepanyol di laid. Nokoponuridong yolo ogumu pogun wagu om minonimpuun do kopomorintaan wagu id pogun di laid no noturidong.

Id siriba nopo nga piipiro poomitanan do kinoyonon i momoguno boros Sepanyol sabaagi boros oponsol:

Id Koibutan Amerika, Amerika Tengah, om id Kepulauan Karibia: Costa Rica, Cuba, Republik Dominika, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Puerto Rico, om El Salvador. Sundung do lobi ogumu tulun momoguno Boros Inggeris id suang pilumaagan id Amerika Syarikat, nga nosiliu o Boros Sepanyol sabaagi boros kumoduo di bobos ogumu momoguno id pogun diti.

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  3. Hammarström, Harald; Forkel, Robert; Haspelmath, Martin; Bank, Sebastian, eds. (2022). "Castilic". Glottolog 4.6. Jena, Germany: Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology. Archived from the original on 28 May 2022. Linoyog ontok 19 June 2022.