Spanish at the FSZ
There are an estimated 400 to 450 million native Spanish speakers in 23 countries, including Spain and Mexico, as well as in the USA and Philippines. After Chinese (Mandarin) and English, Spanish is the world’s third most spoken native language and is ranked second for international communicational purposes. In addition, after English, Spanish is the most popular language among foreign language learners, ranked third as the language most used on the internet. According to experts, it is estimated that 10 percent of the world’s population will speak Spanish by 2050.
Are those sufficient reasons to be able to speak Spanish?