What are the two smallest Spanish speaking countries in South America?

What is the smallest Spanish speaking country in South America?

The largest Spanish-speaking country in the world, referring to population size, is Mexico with over 118 million people (2013). The smallest country is Equatorial Guinea with around 740,000 (2013).

What percentage of the US speaks Spanish 2021?

In the U.S., 13 percent of the population speaks Spanish at home, earning it the title of the most common non-English language spoken. The U.S. also has the 2nd largest population of Spanish speakers in the world (Mexico has the largest).

Which is the poorest country in South America?

As of October 2019, the countries that have the highest rates of poverty per population in South America are Suriname, Bolivia, Guyana, and Venezuela.

What is the strongest country in South America?

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Rank Name Description
1 Brazil The country with the highest ..
2 Colombia In South America, Colombia h ..
3 Venezuela Second-highest per-capita mi ..

What 2 countries are landlocked by only 2 countries?

There are only two such nations in the world that are classified as double landlocked. The first is Liechtenstein in Europe. Liechtenstein is landlocked and is also surrounded by the landlocked countries of Austria and Switzerland. The second nation is Uzbekistan in Asia.

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