زۊن اٛسپانیایی

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زۊن اٛسپانیایی
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هٱچایٱ بیئنی د آمریکا لاتین،اٛسپانیا
راساگٱ اٛسپانیا، آمریکا لاتین
شومارٱ هٱچایٱکون 407 میلیۊن کٱس  (ڤیرگار سیش نی)
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سامۊنٱ نیسٱنن هیل نئڤئشت لاتین
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زۊن میزۊنکاری بیٱ Real Academia Española
رارینٱیا زۊن
ISO 639-3 Either:
es – اٛسپانیایی
spa – اٛسپانیایی
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راساگٱیایی کاٛ هٱچایٱ کاریا زۊن اٛسپانیایی هان اۊچاٛ.

زۊن اٛسپانیایی یاٛ گئل د زۊنا هئن و اورۊپایی لئشک لاتینٱ کٱ هٱچایٱ کاریاش بیشتر هان د راساگٱ آمریکا هارگٱ.


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ڤولات شناسی هٱچایٱ کاری[ڤیرایشت]

The following table shows the number of Spanish speakers in some 79 countries.

Country Population[۱] Spanish as a native language speakers[۲] Native speakers or very good speakers as a second language[۳] Total number of Spanish speakers (including limited competence speakers)[۳][۴][۵]
 Mexico 124,737,789[۶] ۱۱۵٬۶۳۱٬۹۳۰ (92.7%)[۷] ۱۲۲٬۸۶۶٬۷۲۲ (98.5%)[۵]
 United States 323,127,515[۸] 40,489,813[۹] (13.3%)[۱۰] 42,926,496[۱۱] (82%[۱۲] of the 57.4 mill. Hispanics[۱۳] + 2.8 mill. non Hispanics[۱۴]) 58,008,778[۱۱] (40,5 million as a first language, 15 million as a second language,[۱۵] 7.8 million students[۴] and some of the 9 million undocumented Hispanics not accounted by the Census[۱۶])[۱۷][۱۸][۱۹][۲۰][۲۱][۲۲]
 Colombia 49,610,000[۲۳] ۴۸٬۷۶۰٬۰۰۰ (850,000 with other mother tongue)[۲۴] ۴۹٬۲۱۳٬۱۲۰ (99.2%)[۵]
 Spain 46,539,026[۲۵] ۴۲٬۸۷۹٬۰۰۴ (92,1%)[۱۱] ۴۵٬۹۹۸٬۳۲۴ (98.8%)[۵]
 Argentina 44,494,502[۲۶][۲۸] 42,062,795 (95.5%)[۲۹] ۴۳٬۷۸۰٬۵۴۲ (99.4%)[۵]
 Venezuela 31,828,110[۳۰] ۳۰٬۷۲۹٬۸۶۶ (1,098,244 with other mother tongue)[۳۱] ۳۱٬۴۶۶٬۱۷۳ (98.8%)[۵]
 Peru 32,162,184[۳۲] ۲۷٬۰۴۸٬۳۹۷ (84.1%)[۳۳][۳۴] ۲۸٬۹۴۵٬۹۶۶ (86.6%)[۵]
 Chile 18,275,530[۳۵] 17,993,930 (281,600 with other mother tongue)[۳۶] ۱۸٬۱۴۷٬۶۰۱ (99.3%)[۵]
 Ecuador 16,674,000[۳۷] 14,700,000[۳۸] ۱۶٬۳۵۷٬۱۹۴ (98.1%)[۵]
 گواتمالا 16,945,000[۱] ۱۰٬۱۶۷٬۰۰۰ (60%)[۳۹] ۱۴٬۶۴۰٬۴۸۰ (86.4%)[۵]
 Cuba 11,559,000[۱] 11,559,000[۴۰] ۱۱٬۴۸۹٬۶۴۶ (99.4%)[۵]
 کومره ولات دومینیکن 10,819,000[۱] 9,300,000[۴۱] ۱۰٬۷۷۵٬۷۲۴ (99.6%)[۵]
 Bolivia 11,145,770[۴۲] ۶٬۴۶۴٬۵۴۷ (58%)[۴۳] ۹٬۷۹۷٬۱۳۲ (87.9%)[۵]
چوٙأ:Country data Honduras 8,866,351[۴۴] 8,658,501 (207,750 with other mother tongue)[۴۵] ۸٬۷۷۷٬۶۸۷ (99.0%)[۵]
چوٙأ:Country data Paraguay 6,953,646[۴۶] 4,721,526 (67.9%)[۴۶][۴۷] ۶٬۹۵۳٬۶۴۶ (2,232,120 limited proficiency)[۴۶]
 France 65,635,000[۴۸] 477,564 (1%[۴۹] of 47,756,439[۵۰]) 1,910,258 (4%[۵۱] of 47,756,439[۵۰]) 6,685,901 (14%[۵۲] of 47,756,439[۵۰])
چوٙأ:Country data El Salvador 6,349,939[۴۶] 6,330,889 (99.7%)[۵۳] ۶٬۳۴۹٬۹۳۹ (19,050 limited proficiency)[۴۶]
چوٙأ:Country data Nicaragua 6,218,321[۴۶][۱] 6,037,990 (97.1%) (490,124 with other mother tongue)[۴۶][۵۴] ۶٬۲۱۸٬۳۲۱ (180,331 limited proficiency)[۴۶]
 Brazil 206,120,000[۵۵] 460,018[۴۶] 460,018[۴۶] 6,056,018 (460,018 native speakers + 96,000 limited proficiency + 5,500,000 can hold a conversation)
 Italy 60,795,612[۵۶] 255,459[۵۷] 1,037,248 (2%[۵۱] of 51,862,391[۵۰]) 5,704,863 (11%[۵۲] of 51,862,391[۵۰])
 Costa Rica 4,890,379[۵۸] 4,806,069 (84,310 with other mother tongue)[۵۹] ۴٬۸۵۱٬۲۵۶ (99.2%)[۵]
چوٙأ:Country data Panama 3,764,166[۶۰] 3,263,123 (501,043 with other mother tongue)[۶۱] ۳٬۵۰۴٬۴۳۹ (93.1%)[۵]
 Uruguay 3,480,222[۶۲] 3,330,022 (150,200 with other mother tongue)[۶۳] ۳٬۴۴۱٬۹۴۰ (98.9%)[۵]
چوٙأ:Country data Puerto Rico 3,474,182[۶۴] ۳٬۳۰۳٬۹۴۷ (95.1%)[۶۵] ۳٬۴۳۲٬۴۹۲ (98.8%)[۵]
 Morocco 34,378,000[۶۶] 6,586[۶۷] 6,586 3,415,000[۶۷][۶۸] (10%)[۶۹]
 United Kingdom 64 105 700[۷۰] 120,000[۷۱] 518,480 (1%[۵۱] of 51,848,010[۵۰]) 3,110,880 (6%[۵۲] of 51,848,010[۵۰])
 Philippines 101,562,305[۷۲] 438,882[۷۳] 3,016,773[۷۴][۷۵][۷۶][۷۷][۷۸][۷۹][۸۰]
 Germany 81,292,400[۸۱] 644,091 (1%[۵۱] of 64,409,146[۵۰]) 2,576,366 (4%[۵۲] of 64,409,146[۵۰])
 Equatorial Guinea 1,622,000[۸۲] 1,683[۸۳] 918,000[۵] (90.5%)[۵][۸۴]
 Romania 21,355,849[۸۵] 182,467 (1%[۵۱] of 18,246,731[۵۰]) 912,337 (5%[۵۲] of 18,246,731[۵۰])
چوٙأ:Country data Portugal 10,636,888[۸۶] 323,237 (4%[۵۱] of 8,080,915[۵۰]) 808,091 (10%[۵۲] of 8,080,915[۵۰])
 Canada 34,605,346[۸۷] 439,000[۸۸] 643,800 (87%[۸۹] of 740,000[۹۰])[۱۱] 736,653[۴]
 Netherlands 16,665,900[۹۱] 133,719 (1%[۵۱] of 13,371,980[۵۰]) 668,599 (5%[۵۲] of 13,371,980[۵۰] )
 Sweden 9,555,893[۹۲] 77,912 (1%[۴۹] of 7,791,240[۵۰]) 77,912 (1% of 7,791,240) 467,474 (6%[۵۲] of 7,791,240[۵۰])
 Australia 21,507,717[۹۳] 111,400[۹۴] 111,400 447,175[۹۵]
 Belgium 10,918,405[۹۶] 89,395 (1%[۵۱] of 8,939,546[۵۰]) 446,977 (5%[۵۲] of 8,939,546[۵۰])
 Benin 10,008,749[۹۷] 412,515 (students)[۴]
 Ivory Coast 21,359,000[۹۸] 341,073 (students)[۴]
 Poland 38,092,000 324,137 (1%[۵۱] of 32,413,735[۵۰]) 324,137 (1% of 32,413,735)
 Austria 8,205,533 70,098 (1%[۵۱] of 7,009,827[۵۰]) 280,393 (4%[۵۲] of 7,009,827[۵۰])
 Algeria 33,769,669 223,422[۶۷]
چوٙأ:Country data Belize 333,200[۹۹] 173,597[۶۷] 173,597[۶۷] 195,597[۶۷] (62.8%)[۱۰۰]
چوٙأ:Country data Senegal 12,853,259 205,000 (students)[۴]
 Denmark 5,484,723 45,613 (1%[۵۱] of 4,561,264[۵۰]) 182,450 (4%[۵۲] of 4,561,264[۵۰])
 Israel 7,112,359 130,000[۶۷] 175,231[۱۰۱]
 Japan 127,288,419 100,229[۱۰۲] 100,229 167,514 (60,000 students)[۴]
چوٙأ:Country data Gabon 1,545,255[۱۰۳] 167,410 (students)[۴]
  Switzerland 7,581,520 150,782 (2,24%)[۱۰۴][۱۰۵] 150,782 165,202 (14,420 students)[۱۰۶]
چوٙأ:Country data Ireland 4,581,269[۱۰۷] 35,220 (1%[۵۱] of 3,522,000[۵۰]) 140,880 (4%[۵۲] of 3,522,000[۵۰])
 Finland 5,244,749 133,200 (3%[۵۲] of 4,440,004[۵۰])
 Bulgaria 7,262,675 130,750 (2%[۵۱] of 6,537,510[۵۰]) 130,750 (2%[۵۲] of 6,537,510[۵۰])
چوٙأ:Country data Bonaire and چوٙأ:Country data Curaçao 223,652 10,699[۶۷] 10,699[۶۷] 125,534[۶۷]
چوٙأ:Country data Norway 5,165,800 21,187[۱۰۸] 103,309[۴]
 Czech Republic 10,513,209[۱۰۹] 90,124 (1%[۵۲] of 9,012,443[۵۰])
 Hungary 9,957,731[۱۱۰] 83,206 (1%[۵۲] of 8,320,614[۵۰])
چوٙأ:Country data Aruba 101,484[۱۱۱] 6,800[۶۷] 6,800[۶۷] 75,402[۶۷]
 Trinidad and Tobago 1,317,714[۱۱۲] 4,100[۶۷] 4,100[۶۷] 65,886[۶۷] (5%)[۱۱۳]
چوٙأ:Country data Cameroon 21,599,100[۱۱۴] 63,560 (students)[۴]
چوٙأ:Country data Andorra 84,484 33,305[۶۷] 33,305[۶۷] 54,909[۶۷]
 اسلوونی 35,194 (2%[۵۱] of 1,759,701[۵۰]) 52,791 (3%[۵۲] of 1,759,701[۵۰])
 New Zealand 21,645[۱۱۵] 21,645 47,322 (25,677 students)[۴]
 Slovakia 5,455,407 45,500 (1%[۵۲] of 4,549,955[۵۰])
 China 1,339,724,852[۱۱۶] 30,000 (students)[۱۱۷]
چوٙأ:Country data Gibraltar 29,441[۱۱۸] 22,758 (77.3%[۱۱۹])
 Lithuania 2,972,949[۱۲۰] 28,297 (1%[۵۲] of 2,829,740[۵۰])
چوٙأ:Country data Luxembourg 524,853 4,049 (1%[۴۹] of 404,907[۵۰]) 8,098 (2%[۵۱] of 404,907[۵۰]) 24,294 (6%[۵۲] of 404,907[۵۰])
 Russia 143,400,000[۱۲۱] 3,320[۶۷] 3,320[۶۷] 23,320[۶۷]
چوٙأ:Country data Western Sahara 513,000[۱۲۲] n.a.[۱۲۳] 22,000[۶۷]
چوٙأ:Country data Guam 19,092[۱۲۴]
چوٙأ:Country data United States Virgin Islands US Virgin Islands 16,788[۱۲۵] 16,788[۶۷] 16,788[۶۷]
 Latvia 2,209,000[۱۲۶] 13,943 (1%[۵۲] of 1,447,866[۵۰])
 Turkey 73,722,988[۱۲۷] 1,134[۶۷] 1,134[۶۷] 13,480[۶۷][۱۲۸]
 Cyprus 2%[۵۲] of 660,400[۵۰]
 India 1,210,193,422[۱۲۹] 9,750 (students)[۱۳۰]
 Estonia 9,457 (1%[۵۲] of 945,733[۵۰])
چوٙأ:Country data Jamaica 2,711,476[۱۳۱] 8,000[۱۳۲] 8,000[۱۳۲] 8,000[۱۳۲]
 Namibia 3,870[۱۳۳]
 مئصر 3,500[۱۳۴]
 Malta 3,354 (1%[۵۲] of 335,476[۵۰])
 European Union (excluding Spain) 460,624,488[۱۳۵] 2,397,000 (934,984 already counted)[۱۳۶]
Total 7,430,000,000 (Total World Population)[۱۳۷] ۴۶۰٬۷۱۱٬۰۶۱[۱۳۸][۱۱] (۶٫۲ %)[۱۳۹] ۴۹۷٬۰۰۲٬۳۲۹ [۱۱] (۶٫۶ % ) ۵۴۵٬۱۷۸٬۹۹۲ [۱۳۸][۱۱][۱۴۰] (۷٫۳ %)[۱۴۱]

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