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How has the Spanish language evolved around the world?
- December 4, 2020
- Posted by: elanwp
- Category: Spanish Blogs
How has the Spanish language spread across the world?
The Spanish language is a romance language. It was originated in the Liberian Peninsula of Europe. Over the world today there are more than 483 million native speakers, mainly situated in Spain and America. A car ride. A rollercoaster. A business deal. An education. You know what all these have in common. They are a trend. They all have to start somewhere and eventually they have to end somewhere too. But you know what stays with you forever. A language. The depth of it. The meaning of it. The passion behind it. It all is a part of who you are. It’s a part that makes you unique. 1 in 10 people in the room might say they know how to speak Spanish.
The career paths provided with learning language is endless. An opportunity built with pathways of various careers that would fit you in the best way. So, to support you here are a few career options that you could pursue.
Now when thinking of a Spanish teacher don’t think of just a school. You could be a Spanish teacher at learning institutions, academy’s and more. You could also approach firms such as the National Association for Bilingual Educations job board. There are different aspects to approach and based upon your skills and talents it can be tallied out.
Interpreters and translators are those who people translate their spoken/native language in the common language that is spoken within the room. Taking the career as a translator will allow you to put your skills to the best use. In the field of being a translator you also have tons of pathways, for example you can work in the government sector, the medical sector and more.
3. Medical Professional
You might wonder why in the sector of medial professions; Spanish would come handy. The first being that as a doctor or any form, as much as you play the role of medical you also have a psychological. Having the extra advantage of Spanish will let you communicate with patients in a more efficient way.
Facts of the Spanish language
- There are 21 countries who have Spanish as their official language
- Spanish is a romance language
- Spanish has Latin origins
- Spanish is also known as castellano and Española
- Spanish is a phonetic language
- There are many regional nuances of Spanish
- Arabic influenced Spanish
- The oldest Spanish text was written over 1000 years ago
- The demand of Spanish has been increasing
- Spanish is a poetic and long sentenced language
How has the Spanish language evolved?
Spanish has become the 4th most spoken language around the world after, Chinese, English and Hindi. In todays world over 800 million people speak the Spanish language. The language is most rapidly growing in America. According to statics it is proven that by 2030 there should be over 900 million Spanish speakers.
Over 90% of the population in America speak Spanish as well as the local native speakers. You might think that Spanish is obviously highly spoken in Spain well, that’s not true the highest number lies in Mexico and Colombia. In the US there are almost 45 million of who speak Spanish. The Spanish language has been highly influenced by the Arabic as well as English and French language. Spanish has been altered and has travelled all over the world to fit the society and class. The language now has been more polished. As the language has been developing it has grown to strength of vibrancy. The vocabulary obtained from the French language gives the language a more sophisticated outlook.