Spanish in the world
The Spanish language is undoubtedly one of the most important today because of the high percentage of the world population that speaks it, especially in areas such as Latin America and Spain.
It is estimated that future projections will make the Spanish the official language spoken by more than 10 percent of the population in 2050 and ranking among the most important along with English or Chinese languages.
One of the elements that make it so popular is Spanish that is spoken in most of Latin America
Although there is a widespread belief that Spanish is spoken mostly in America and Europe , the truth is that it is an official language in countries across 5 continents (the world's second most spoken language as well ) . Specifically in Morocco and Equatorial Guinea for the part of Africa , the Philippines as a representative of Asia and, most surprising of all , in Easter Island (Oceania)
Spanish currently has 88,000 words ( at least that collects the RAE dictionary). Some very strange. And though it may seem like a very big number (and indeed it is), it dwarfs when compared to the 350,000 English. That's nothing!
It is the faster language. Yes , it is strange to say that a language can be the fastest of all , but it is. The speed of a language is based on the number of syllables that an average speaker can pronounce per second. And in this respect our language takes the cake : the Castilian tongue is the fastest in the world.
EAOLS . What do these acronyms sound ? Of course not , because they are not! Only letters are most used Spanish in our day to day. The letter E the gold medal ( 16.78 %) , followed by O ( 11.96 % ) is carried , the L ( 8.69% ) and S ( 7.88 %). Conversely , the least used is W ( 0.01 % ) . Poor thing!
The first letter in Spanish from the year 959. THE author, a monk of the monastery of San Justo and San Pastor, La Rozuela . And if you expect a text of great ideological , religious or literary loads more 'd better go forgetting . The good man scribbled the first words written in spanish are known to target your list of groceries and supplies of cheese (!) . No wonder this paper is known as the ' Nodicia of Kesos '