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Here are some interesting facts about Spanish

Spanish, or español, is the second most spoken native language on the planet, after Mandarin Chinese. It’s also the most popular second language learned in the United States.

It is a part of Romance languages, together with French, Italian, Portuguese, and Romanian. Spanish is the most common Romance language.

The two languages that have had the biggest influence on Spanish vocabulary are Latin and Arabic. Around 8% of the words used today have an Arabic origin.

Spanish is also called “Castilian”, although in English, the word is often used to mean only European Spanish, excluding the dialects spoken in the Americas or anywhere else.

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