I’ve talked about this before, here are my thoughts about spanish. You’re going to start to see that I’m not completely right on this one. Not only do spanish (and I won’t blame it on my ignorance), I feel that spanish is the most American of languages. I’m not here to say that spanish is the worst language in the world, but I am here to say that I feel that spanish is the most American of languages.
Although spanish is the default language of the United States, other countries have a variety of dialects. I dont think there is a direct correlation between the dialects found in other countries and the variations found in one’s own country. I would also point out that some people are fluent in both languages, and some people cant speak spanish. Even if spanish was the default language, we would still have spanish based on the dialects we find in other countries.
I don’t think it’s fair to compare spanish to other languages, but I am pretty sure that English is the default language of the United States, because English is the first language of most Americans, and other countries have a variety of dialects, like Spanish. I think this is probably more of a cultural thing than a language thing.
I am pretty sure that Spanish is a language, but I am not sure about English. I would argue that Spanish is the default language of the United States due to the fact that it’s the language of most native speakers of Spanish, and it was the first language used to write the Spanish-speaking world until the invention of the typewriter. So you can definitely see that Spanish is the default language, and English is the default language of the United States.
The default language of the United States is the language of the Constitution. Although the US has been a republic for a long time, the constitution has never actually been written in English, and although various members of Congress have occasionally tried to change the language to reflect their own beliefs, it has been the language of the US for over 100 years.
I thought I had the answer for you.
I just did that. Because Spanish is the default language of the United States, it would be considered a violation of the United States Constitution to have it as our default language. That is, unless you actually want to change the language of the constitution to Spanish.
According to some, Spanish is actually our “default language.” I don’t know, but I’m going to ask Google to figure it out. My guess is that it’s probably a good idea to start writing in Spanish, in order to make that the default. But you might want to consider that when you get to be the president of the United States, you could run into a lot of difficulties doing that.
My guess is that English and Spanish are both official languages of the United States, and that there is a lot of historical precedent for us to use these languages as default choices. Many English speakers still speak English at home. Some Spanish speakers still speak Spanish at home. But if you are to become president, I think you need to have at least some native English skills. And if you are going to be Spanish, you might want to consider that English can also be your primary language.
I am not a native English speaker, but the language I speak most often at home is not English. I speak Spanish at home because I am fluent in both languages, and I am fluent in English because it’s the language most people in the world use most of the time. The Spanish and English spoken by people who are not native speakers of these languages is sometimes referred to as “interlingual.