It might be a bit of a hard concept to grasp for Americans, but people can in fact speak more than one language fluently.
Didn't knew about Equatorial Guinea. I learn something new every day from this page.
Many Brazilians have a working knowledge of Spanish just because it's so prevalent in terms of trading partners, entertainment, etc. Portuguese is kind of a dead end on the world stage. I mean, I suppose they could always get entertainment out of New Bedford.
I trust other encyclopedia sources more, like Britannica and https://www.newworldencyclopedia.org/entry/Belize
and estimates that roughly 30% speak Spanish. In some districts it is a majority of 60%, but most places in the country it is well below 50%, again FLUENCY if we use the criteria set by the quiz.
Primary sources people. Do not just trust wikipedia at face value.
Estoy muy enojado con este examen!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
surely they are countries that speak Spanish ...
Spanish classes lol.
And is it just me or is it surprising that so few people speak Spanish in Trinidad and Tobago? It’s so incredibly close to Venezuela yet I believe less than 5% of citizens can speak it
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