How many official languages are in Argentina?

What are the top 5 languages spoken in Argentina?

Breakdown of Languages Spoken in Argentina

Rank Language Estimated Number of Speakers in Argentina
1 Spanish 40,655,093
2 English 6,577,500
3 Portuguese 3,639,550
4 Italian 1,500,000

Is English widely spoken in Argentina?

English is not very widely spoken in Argentina – the official language is Spanish, followed by Italian with around 1.5 million speakers. … A Wikipedia source places the number of high proficiency English speakers at around 6% of the population, with around 15% estimated to have very basic or low level English.

Is Catalan a language?

It is the official language of Andorra, and a co-official language of three autonomous communities in eastern Spain: Catalonia, the Valencian Community, and the Balearic Islands. … The Catalan-speaking territories are often called the Països Catalans or “Catalan Countries”.

Is Catalan and Spanish the same?

Catalan is recognised as a separate language from Spanish – i.e. NOT a dialect of Spanish. They are both Western Romance Languages but come from different branches. … Catalan is spoken by 11 million people. It is actually completely different to Spanish.

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